Top Favorites: Quick Picks To Try

| July 16, 2012
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Fish Tacos from Greene Turtle

There are so many restaurants to choose from in Annapolis!  Paul and I are still making our way around by patronizing our favorites as well as trying new places. We always look for healthy options and moderate prices!

Here are a few of my current top menu picks:

  • Greene Turtle – This item is on the new menu – Three fish tacos with lots more tasty blackened tilapia than expected. You’ll probably have to take one home! It comes with a nice side salad, too.
  • Chipotle- Have a burrito bowl ‘your way’.  Choose white or brown rice, black or pinto beans, steak, chicken, or veggies; then add salsa, cheese, corn, or lettuce.   Leave off or stay light on the caloric stuff like guac and sour cream!
  • Chris’ Charcoal Pit – Athenian Delight – Yummy, soft pita filled with grilled marinated chicken breast, cukes, feta cheese, onions and tomato.  I like the Tzatziki sauce on the side.
  • Main Ingredient – Bruschetta Chicken Sandwich – Take off the top of the grilled Ciabatta bread and eat it open-face with knife and fork.  Love that grilled chicken, fresh mozzarella, chopped tomatoes, basil and balsamic drizzle!   Have a garden salad the side with choice of dressing.
  • Italian Market & Restaurant – Isabella Salad – Fresh crispy romaine and mixed greens, craisins, feta, tomatoes, hearts of palm, walnuts, sweet corn and more!  For extra, add chicken or salmon.
  • Bagels And…- Egg and Cheese Bagel – Melted American cheese on both sides of a fluffy scrambled egg.  Must have it on a toasted black forest bagel!  Hurry, that type of bagel runs out quickly!
  • Plazuelas – Soft Chicken Tacos – These come warm, wrapped in foil with lots of yummy, tender chicken and soft cheese.  Add the house salsa for a kick.

Feedback welcome, and let us know your favorites!

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Lois Villemaire, originally from the Philadelphia area, has resided in Annapolis for 40 years. She retired from the AA County Office of Planning and Zoning in 2007, and subsequently worked for several years for the Montgomery County Planning Department. Now that she and her husband are retired, they both enjoy their children and grandchildren, golfing, biking, yoga, reading and exploring around Annapolis. Lois currently serves on the City of Annapolis Planning Commission.

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