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Located on the shore of the Chesapeake Bay, Annapolis, MD, is one of America’s hidden gems. Better known as the home of the US Naval Academy, Annapolis is a quaint coastal town with a rich history that stretches back to Colonial America. In fact, Annapolis was the capital of the United States for a short time in the 1700s. And while the ever-growing suburbs have turned the capital of Maryland into a modern mini-city, the heart of Annapolis has never lost its Colonial charm. READ MORE
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Head to Baltimore’s historic Inner Harbor to experience Dolphin Discovery and Shark Alley at the National Aquarium. For more kid-friendly fun, families should visit attractions like the USS Tork submarine, Lightship Chesapeake and paddleboats.
Tonight at 9|8c, Andrew Zimmern goes crabbing and fishing for eels on the Chesapeake Bay. On land, he visits Baltimore’s historic Lexington Market that’s reported to have some of the best crab cakes in Maryland. But what Andrew is really searching for here is Mary Mervis Deli to sample their famous beef tongue sandwich. While in Baltimore, Andrew also discovers that the city is home to a large Korean immigrant population, and he finds some of the most authentic Korean foods at Lotte Plaza Grocery.
Go behind the scenes of tonight’s episode with our Baltimore and Chesapeake Bay slideshow. Plus, get even more news from Andrew Zimmern — read his 5 Restaurant Trends Around the World.
Watch a sneak peek of tonight’s episode: Crabbing on the Chesapeake Bay