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DanielleOGorman
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« on: January 14, 2014, 11:29:45 AM »

http://www.usna.org/images/usna-i-day-map.jpg  Map of campus available at this link.  Printed copies also available at registration.  The tournament will be located in Nimitz, Michelson, and Maury (toward the top center of the map, 3 sides of the Rickover Terrace "quad").  The public debate will be in Mahan Auditorium (just underneath Maury).  There is ample parking behind Nimitz and all the buildings are connected at the ground floor level.


Food:

First things first: there are a TON of chain restaurants near the hotel area—a  Chilis, Buffalo Wild Wings, Red Robin, and a variety of fast food and fast-casual dining is nearby.  But if you’re looking for some Annapolis charm, we recommend the following: 

1.  Buddy’s Crabs and Ribs:  If you're looking for an Annapolis classic then look no further!  located in the heart of downtown Annapolis, Buddies offers both a standard menu and a seafood buffet.  Their crabs and crab cakes are must haves. 
100 Main Street, 410-626-1100

2.  The Federal House:  Whether you're looking for a bar or a moderately priced sit-down restaurant, the Federal House is the place for you!  Famous for its $2 Natural Bohemians, crab dip, and its clam chowder, the Federal House will be sure to please. 
22 Market Space, 410-268-3576

3.  Ram's Head:  If you're looking for some fine Maryland micro-brews, then Ram's Head should be your destination.  Inside you will find a variety of rooms to eat in from a dining room, to a micro-brewery, and even a basement pub.  Ram's Head serves Fredrick, Maryland's finest brew from the Fordham Brew Co. and just about everything on their menu is delicious.
33 West Street, 410-268-4545 

4. Galway Bay: Located right outside Gate 3 on Maryland Avenue, the menu features predominantly Irish pub food with a smattering of American classics.  Good beer.  Reasonable prices. 
63 Maryland Ave, 410-263-8333

5. Harry Browne’s: An Annapolis classic.  Prices are fairly high but worth it.  Get the cream of crab soup, you won’t regret it.  Will likely be good people watching this weekend as the MD legislature is back in session.  Get a reservation to ensure seating.  There is an upstairs bar area with more pub-style offerings as well. 
66 State Circle, 410-263-4332

6. Lewnes’ Steak House: Tom O’Gorman says this is the best steak he has ever eaten, and that is saying something.  Pricey but also worth it.  Reservations are a must. 
401 Fourth Street, 410-263-1617

7. Bella Italia: the best pizza in town, great pasta, salads, and sandwiches too.  Ask us for a takeout menu, we’ve got one floating around.  If you’re lucky they’ll call you Principessa, just like Danielle. 
609 Taylor Ave, 410-216-6061
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