The 1747 Pub
The 1747 Pub is in the original kitchen and ‘Hat Shop’ of William Reynolds. It has stone and brick walls, walk-in fireplace, low ceilings, brick floors, and the original stairwell from the 1737 construction. In the 1950s, the cellar was the Childrens’ Library for the Anne Arundel Public Library System. A cozy spot for lunch, dinner, happy hour, or a drink with friends where guests get a glimpse into history.
In the Spring, Summer and early Fall join us in the Beer Garden featuring daily lunch, Happy Hour (Sun-Fri) Live Music, Outdoor Movie Screenings on Sunday Nights, and the Annapolis Shakespeare Company performs every Tuesday evening. See our complete Events Calendar
The Beer Garden is located directly behind Reynolds Tavern, and has an entrance on Franklin Street. The space was originally housed stables kept by William Reynolds for his traveling guests. Make sure you take a look at the old Smoke House behind the outdoor bar (circa 1737) and the Old Magnolia tree that sits in the corner of the property.
The indoor Pub and the Beer Garden are great locations to consider to host your next ‘Historic Annapolis’ event!
Craft Beer On Tap
We feature American and Import Craft Beers on tap, and we love to feature Maryland Beers! Our draft list changes often, so you are almost sure to see something different each visit. We keep our website updated via Beer Menus, so you can always check to see what we have on tap, and on deck.