One of our favorite places to stop and eat! You feel like you're stepping back in time, at least for a little bit. All the food is great and the prices can't be beat! They bring everything out to your car, but you can go inside too. The waffle cones are handmade and rolled right in front of you! But remember to bring CASH (they don't accept anything else.)
We ate here one last time before it closed in October 2016. The food is always pretty decent, but it is worth a stop just for its uniqueness! The restaurant is located ON the bridge and has a nicely attached wine and gift shop. The views are stunning and while in the parking lot you can also take a jaunt down the pier. Highly recommend it! Hoping they will re-open once construction on the bridge is finished, but haven't heard of any plans yet.
All the food was so good! We ordered way too much and ended up with several leftovers. We tried the homemade pop-tarts and recommend them. The restaurant is located right by the water and there is much to see right by it.
My husband and I had a lovely visit at Reynolds Tavern. It was in easy walking distance from our hotel and just about everything. I had afternoon tea which was delicious. They had a large menu of several different teas and we're happy to answer any questions. My husband had regular lunch and enjoyed it. We will definitely visit again, whenever in Annapolis.
We got to experience the Gettysburg Hotel for a friend's wedding, and it was amazing! Such a beautiful and fun place. There is a great little pub inside the hotel if you don't feel like leaving, and the food is delicious. It's always located in the perfect part of town, just a few seconds walk from several shops and restaurants.
There are wings and then there are wings! Oh my goodness, these were absolutely to die for and I'm not even a huge wing fan. The restaurant has a great atmosphere and everyone was super nice. In you want some fantastic wings, Anchor Bar is well worth a detour.
If you're in Cleveland, you have to stop at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame! It is filled with every bit of music history you could possibly want to see, and then some. The ticket prices are a little on the high side, but worth every penny. You could easily spend an entire day here. And according to "1001 Places to See Before You Die", it is a must! (In fact, it is the only place listed in the book for all of Ohio!)
This is for sure the BIGGEST grilled cheese sandwich I have ever had/seen! They have so many options and while it was all very good, it didn't really blow my mind either. However, you could probably eat one sandwich for at least two meals if not more and the pricing was very fair. Also the wait was on the long side, but still worth a try!
Wrigley is an absolutely beautiful baseball park with such a romantic feel, old school feel. The people were beyond nice and we had a great time enjoying a game with some friends. Highly recommend and would absolutely go again.
One of my favorite stops on our trip. Marblehead Lighthouse is absolutely worth the stop. I highly recommend bringing some food with you and having a little picnic before you move on. It only costs $2 to climb the lighthouse and all of the volunteers and staff were so nice and very knowledgeable. The views were beautiful and relaxing, and we were able to get some great pictures! Definitely stop, or take a little detour to get here.