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Miss Shirley's Cafe
Breakfast Restaurant$$
Today 7:00 am – 3:00 pm
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1 Park Pl Annapolis, MD 21401
1 Park PlaceUSMarylandAnnapolis21401
(410) 268-5171missshirleyscafe.com
$$Breakfast Restaurant, Southern Restaurant (US)
Breakfast Restaurant
Southern Restaurant (US)
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Today 7:00 am – 3:00 pm
Monday 7:00 am – 3:00 pmTuesday 7:00 am – 3:00 pmWednesday 7:00 am – 3:00 pmThursday 7:00 am – 3:00 pmFriday 7:00 am – 3:00 pmSaturday 7:30 am – 3:30 pmSunday 7:30 am – 3:30 pm
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Branch of homey chain dishing up creative American fare with a regional twist for breakfast & lunch.- Google
"...Fried Green Tomato Eggs Benedict and Coconut Cream Stuffed French Toast."
"OMG! We arrived on a beautiful Sunday around 12:30 expecting a rather long wait."
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Heaz Kissinger
in the last week
This place was truly superb. They gave us a menu to peruse while we waited, which was very helpful because there were a lot of options to choose from. I was also very impressed that if you order a drink while waiting for your table, they allowed you to take it outside. Most places won't let you do that. Two people in our party have Celiac's disease, and the place was very thorough about informing you of what is and is not gluten free. They understand the difference between a gluten-free preference and a gluten-free allergy and can/will customize accordingly. They confirmed that they have a separate preparation area for gluten free foods, minimizing contamination for Celiac's folks and the particularly sensitive. (Their fryer is not separate, though. FYI if you had your eye on the sweet potato fries.) When we ordered, the manager came out and let us know exactly what in each dish was and was not gluten free, and was prepared with substitution suggestions. This is probably the most impressive thing I have seen in a restaurant. They were very flexible. It's clear that they take food allergies incredibly seriously here, and will take great care to ensure that your needs are met. THEN, on top of it all, the food was outstanding! Some of the dishes can admittedly be a bit pricey, particularly the market priced ones, but others are very reasonably priced. One should not have too much difficulty finding something within one's budget. Also I experienced a paradigm shift of what 'grits' mean, as I used to view them as watery gruel, but here they are akin to a lightly-flavored, creamy mashed-potatoes-style side. The gluten free pancakes also deserve a shoutout for being thick, fluffy, and slightly sweet so you don't need as much syrup. Excellence is the standard here, and the waitstaff was wonderful as well. I highly recommend stopping here for breakfast or brunch. You won't be sorry.
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James Green
4 months ago
This was the best breakfast I've had in a long long long time! Everything was fresh and delicious. The staff was incredibly hospitable. The manager even stopped by and gave us a quick history of the place... at my request of course. My only regret is I didn't snap a pict of my meal before I devoured it.
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Liz Rubin
7 months ago
Beware if the price is not posted on the menu -- I was shocked to find a $27.50 charge for an over-dressed caesar salad with a couple pieces of overcooked seafood on it when I finally got the check. The 3 fried oysters were so dark brown and overcooked that the manager's assistance was necessary to get properly cooked ones (they only delivered 2). This lunch was terribly overpriced for both the quality and the service. Then, when I brought the uneaten salad home in their eco-friendly box, a couple hours later I discovered to my dismay that their box leaked (through its bottom, not its sides) a huge puddle of salad dressing all over my property.
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Mike Fitzgerald
11 months ago
OMG! We arrived on a beautiful Sunday around 12:30 expecting a rather long wait. We were told 30-40 minutes and 40 minutes later we were at the table. Not too shabby for a busy Sunday and it was outside seating. Had the Monkey bread and Chicken and Waffles. While the rest of my party had Crab Cake & Fried Green Tomato Eggs Benedict and Coconut Cream Stuffed French Toast. All were fantastic. Bring an extra stomach because you will wish you did.
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T L Muhammad
in the last week
Very unique breakfast menu, I had the banana split...yogurt, granola, and banana with pineapple on top yum. We enjoyed the Memorial Day Parade from our seats. Nice spot in the heart of Annapolis.
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William Scott
4 months ago
I heard about this place. But after viewing the reviews here I would have walked out even after I had placed my order if my serving had not been serving me and my quess in a way that I deem exceptable! From what I see and read a $100 dollars for a breakfast? No in deed!!!!! I will not be going to this out ragious place ever.
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Christen McCluney
11 months ago
This is one of my favorite places to go for breakfast. Everything I have tried on the menu has been awesome and the service is usually quick and friendly. Just to share some of my favorites, my number one choice there is Shirley's Affair With Oscar. It's one of the most indulgent breakfast items I've had. a filet topped with asparagus, lump crab and hollandaise on a fried green tomato with grits. The Crab Cake & Fried Green Tomato Eggs Benedict is my second runner up. The pancakes there are also good. The blueberry ones are extra delish. There are so many options on the menus and whenever I go with friends we are sampling each others dish. It does get crowded on the weekend so go extra early are closer to closing. During the week is great as well for in and out.
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Brenda Dixon
11 months ago
Lunched at Miss Shirley's in Annapolis. First and last visit. Service was mediocre, food was just okay, and price was outrageous. My husband and I each ordered "market price" sandwiches and failed to ask the price. One was a "Chesapeake Po Boy" and the other was a "Surfin' the Bay Club, no bacon". They were listed with the other lunch sandwiches, which hovered around $15 each. When we got our bill, we found that the price was $24.99 for the Po Boy, $26.99 for the Club. One of them had a crabcake in it -- can't remember which, the other had fish. (Less incredible but still high were the cup of crab soup for 4.99 and the sweet potato fries for 6.99) We were stunned -- lunch for two (no drinks besides water) was $67.80. This in addition to the fact that the waitress questioned why we didn't want bacon: "Do you have an allergy? Or don't you like it?" And then she disappeared after our food had been delivered -- we were on the point of looking for a manager to track her down for the bill when she reappeared. Food itself: way too many competing sauces on the sandwiches. Will not be back. My first restaurant review ever: I couldn't let it go without letting other people know what to expect.
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