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Nov 15, 2008 07:06 PM


I had never gone to Chadwick's in Annapolis before but I decided to go today to try to get some British food for my grandfather. However, when I went to the address listed on the website I found that it didn't exist anymore. Does anyone know what happened and/or can suggest somewhere where I might find a place to get British food products. I know that there is a great place in Lancaster which stocks lots of Brit foods but I wanted something closer to Baltimore/Annapolis.

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  1. I live in the Annapolis area and was planning on going to Chadwicks next week. I called the number on-line and it has been disconnected. The Welsh Dragon on Main Street also closed. Giant stores in Maryland have started carrying some British Foods, Heinz baked beans, Salad Cream, Hob Nobs, Branston Pickle, pickled onions, mushy peas and more so that holds me over for a while. in Lewes, Delaware used to sell some foods including bangers but I would call ahead to make sure they still do. There is also a store in Frederick that sells some stuff too.

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    1. re: DJR

      There's a place in Arlington near the Claredon Metro that sell some British food/products.

      1. re: Jacey

        the british goods place that was near the hard times cafe is no longer there, as that portion of the building complex was razed for redevelopment.

        1. re: alkapal

 I believe its the same folks (same name at least) in Fredrick, Md

          1. re: alkapal

            they moved up the street, east a few blocks

            1. re: kneelconqueso

              on wilson? cross street, if you know?

              1. re: alkapal

                That British goodies store is on Wilson Boulevard a couple of blocks toward Rosslyn in the same block as Boulevard Woodgrill, Facia Luna, Mexicali Blues. Maybe Garfield Street.

                1. re: MikeR

                  ok, so just a stone's throw, really, from its old spot. thanks. it was always interesting to look around there. mr. alka likes cadbury flake. i wonder if they have cumberland sausages?

      2. While not in Annapolis, World Market and Rodman's are a couple of good sources if you come across one.