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St Michael's and Annapolis: Where to go for reasonably cheap eats that are veg. and picky eater friendly?

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Laura D. Sep 27, 2006 04:05 PM

Hi all,

I'm heading down to the Annapolis area next week for a sailboat show, and am looking to investigate some reasonably priced breakfast/lunch spots in the area that are both vegetarian and picky eater friendly. Though we are flexible about location it sounds like the show will be in Annapolis but that we'll likely stay in St. Michael's, so anything reasonably close by would be great.

Anyway, I'm the picky vegetarian, but my dining companion will eat virtually anything. While we aren't completely poor, I think it would be great if we could find something that is reasonably priced (say under $60 total for dinner and under $30 total for lunch)that is just plain old good food. One quick thing I should mention, though I know seafood is obviously huge in that area, I am a vegetarian who doesn't eat seafood. However, I'm fine with simply having a single salad, sandwich, pasta, etc. entree to choose from, so if you know of a place that is awesome but doesn't have a lot of veggie options, I'm up for that too. I'm trying to impress this person and definitely am more concerned with pleasing his tummy then mine. Also, anyone know of any good bakeries in the area? My passion is sweets, and I am always looking to try bakeries when I am in a new place. Thanks in advance!

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  1. spyturtle008 RE: Laura D. Sep 27, 2006 09:06 PM

    If you like mexican (and aren't on a diet), I'd suggest Mexican Cafe in Annapolis:

    http://www.mexicancafe.com/

    They have a number of vegetarian (and vegan) dishes, and you must get their fried avocado. It's a tiny place and gets crowded and loud, so I don't know if the atmosphere would suit you, but it's a fun, kitschy, and inexpensive veg-friendly spot.

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