Annapolis: Carpaccio

I love taking a quick trip to Annapolis. Not only is it beautiful, but every restaurant I’ve been to has seriously been delicious. Most recently, I visited Carpaccio and was completely blown away by all the Italian offerings. Each dish also had its own beautiful presentation which I loved.



Everything on the menu sounded amazing, so my girlfriend decided to share a few bites. We started with the Bruschetta Al Pomodorino. The grilled bread was topped with fresh tomatoes, arugula, shaved parmesan cheese, and a balsamic drizzle. It was an incredible bite and a fantastic way to kick off our meal.


Bruschetta Al Pomodorino

We also started with an order of the Carpaccio Di Manzo Parma. With three carpaccio options on the menu, we knew it would be a good idea to try one. The thinly sliced filet was topped with capers, fresh parmesan cheese, and a drizzle of dijon mustard aioli. I’m drooling just thinking about this bite.


Carpaccio Di Manzo Parma

My favorite dish of the night was the Penne Vodka Carpaccio Style. The noodles were coated in a creamy tomato vodka sauce with mushrooms, peas, and crispy prosciutto. The salty prosciutto paired so nicely with the creamy sauce. Each bite was better than the last.


Penne Vodka Carpaccio Style


Penne Vodka Carpaccio Style

We also shared the Grandma Pizza. The crust was on the thinner side and slightly doughy. It was a great bite and I was super pleased with the garlicky flavor that came through. Another great dish by the team at Carpaccio.


Grandma Pizza

Lastly, we split the Napoleon. The flaky layers of puff pastry were filled with custard and topped with a chocolate vanilla swirl. A napoleon is one of my favorite desserts so I was thrilled to see it on the menu here.



Carpaccio is located at 1 Park Place, in Annapolis.

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While this meal was paid for Carpaccio, all opinions stated here are my own.


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