Classic rock, country and ’80s tunes play from the jukebox while you make fast friends talking about Maryland sports (note the Terrapins and Johns Hopkins lacrosse gloves hanging from the exposed rafters), your most recent date, current events, boats, whatever — the bartenders have a gift for getting every person involved in a conversation.
New logo and merchandise for Davis’ Pub in Annapolis, MD. Davis’ Pub is a local joint in Eastport, Annapolis, MD with a long history. In the 1920’s on the corner of 4th and Chester Ave, George Washington Davis opened a confections and general store, which turned into Davis’ Lounge by the 1940s for the local watermen in the neighborhood. In 1986, the corner building became Davis’ Pub as we know it today. True to its founder, Davis’ Pub has stayed a local, neighborhood joint with good, affordable food. Settle in on a bar stool, chat with the gregarious bartenders and the regulars sitting next to you, grab a draft beer (Otter Creek, Flying Dog, Heavy Seas) or a can of Natty Boh or Bud, check out the TV schedule to see what’s playing on the flat screens — Orioles and Nationals games play in separate corners of the bar — and order a basket of crab balls, delightful meatball-size crab cakes that arrive with saltines and creamy dipping sauce.