As the food fun progresses (we know it will never end), I was able to check out another new place the other night (it’s been my true week of fun!). After DC and Pizza Pi, I went to downtown Annapolis and per a friend’s suggestion checked out Red Red Wine Bar. Hmmm, the name had me sold and when I knew what I was about to write, I had to pour myself a glass of such liquid to set the recap scene.
You walk in and see both beer AND WINE on tap…that’s one you don’t spot all that often. Happy hour runs until 7 and includes a tap wine, ‘regular’ white & red (as in from bottles with corks or screws tops), beer and a unique sangria. The atmosphere and decor are very nice and there are wine bottles for sale.
Wine menu-wise, you can get wine by the glass, flight or bottle. They also have a full bar.
I sampled the sangria — super sweet, they had to add soda water to make it drinkable, had a flight of Pinot (CA, OR and NZ tastes) then had a wine on tap — interesting — a little too chilled, but worth the taste.
We had dinner and the food was good — I opted for seared scallops with couscous as did another at the table, while another opted for shrimp creole. We then had a cheese plate for dessert. Did you know even lactards (or those who are lactose intolerant) can eat, or should be able to eat, Manchego? It’s from sheep milk! I found this out last year…happiness. Amazing Manchego plate with apples, dried cranberries, pecans and honey.
In the end, great overall evening, would definitely go back. This is a great place to go when you have a variety of palettes, from drinkers to eaters.