O’Callaghan Hotel Takes Part in Annapolis Restaurant Week
As both local and national economies continue to recover and businesses everywhere think of ways to attract customers and generate revenue, the Annapolis Business Association has announced the return of its Annapolis Restaurant Week.
The event and will take place from Monday, February 21st to Sunday February 27th this year and will include over 30 restaurants across Annapolis, a full list of which can be found here.
The deals that these restaurants will offer include three-course meal selections at fixed prices, with lunch costing $15.95 and dinner costing $29.95 per person. These wallet friendly deals are being offered at a time of the year when restaurant traffic is traditionally lower than usual, so area restaurants aim to buck the trend and entice both residents and travelers to visit their locations in order to take advantage of the savings.
Now in its third year, Annapolis Restaurant Week has always proven successful for the participants involved, as evidenced by the fact that the number of restaurants that participate in the yearly promotion has steadily grown since its inception.
With the number of establishments participating this year, people interested in taking part of the promotion have even more dining options open to them over the course of the week, presenting them with the opportunity to enjoy a wide variety of food at a fraction of its normal costs.
Diners can visit places like Tsunami if they want to enjoy sushi and other types of seafood, The Melting Pot for a unique dining experience that centers on fondue or the John Barry Restaurant and Bar at the O’Callaghan hotel, which offers a unique blend of local flavors as well as food from the parent company’s native Ireland.
Having first been established in 2002, the O’Callaghan Hotel in Annapolis is the first of its brand in the United States and sits in the heart of historical Annapolis, just a few minutes from the city’s docks.
Besides the hotel’s restaurant offering people participating in Annapolis Restaurant Week a chance to save on good meals, it also offers daily happy hour specials, 24 hour in-room dining and a full menu available to its guests from 6:30 in the morning until 10:00pm.
In keeping with the theme of “Irish Hospitality” that the hotel builds its philosophy of customer service around, O’Callaghan hotel boasts of 120 uniquely styled rooms with European furniture, marble bathrooms and free high speed internet access for its guests as well as 24 hour business and fitness centers.
Guests at the O’Callaghan hotel who choose to take place in Annapolis Restaurant Week can also benefit from the hotel’s close proximity to many of the city’s other restaurants and attractions such as the Naval Academy, boutique shopping on Maryland Avenue and Main Street or the cruises that take tourists onto the Chesapeake Bay.
Hotel staff can help guests make the most of their visit to the area and the hotel even goes so far as to offer a complimentary shuttle to its guests so that those who are taking part in Annapolis Restaurant Week can take in other attractions around Annapolis such as the thriving community theater scene, the Maryland State House and the various museums and historical sites that make up the state capital’s personality.
With a pleasant atmosphere and Guinness on tap, the John A. Barry restaurant at the O’Callaghan hotel is just one of many area businesses that thrive by giving its customers everything that they want and providing a memorable experience.
The success that the restaurant has seen in the past and the certain increase in foot traffic that it will see once Annapolis Restaurant Week starts later in the month are definite indicators that Maryland area businesses like the O’Callaghan Hotel, Under Armour and WebMechanix SEO are a sure sign of the fact that an economically prosperous 2011 is ahead.