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Annebeth’s Relocates on Maryland Avenue

Annapolis, MD (10-25-13) Annapolis Mayor Joshua J. Cohen and Annapolis Economic Development Corporation (AEDC) President and CEO Lara Fritts announce that Annebeth’s has relocated to a larger store on Maryland Avenue.

Owner Annebeth Bunker Santin relocated the business from 75 Maryland Avenue, where she served the community for 15 years, and moved to 46 Maryland Avenue to create more room for the eclectic array of wine, beer and food.  The new 1,400 square foot shop also offers a great selection of chocolates from Dolfin (Belgium) to Gearharts (Virginia) and a wide variety of Jelly Belly candy and confections.

“Annebeth’s is a one-stop-shop for all your entertaining needs,” Mayor Cohen said. “I’m so glad this little treasure stayed on Maryland Avenue and remains a specialty store that caters to our town’s creative personalities.”

Annebeth's stocks everything for entertaining. Customers can stop in for a movie rental, fantastic wine, and a bag of delicious, organic chips and salsa.

Hours of operation are Monday – Thursday from noon to 10 p.m., Friday and Saturday from noon to 11 p.m., and Sunday from noon to 8 p.m.

“Annebeth’s decision to stay on Maryland Avenue is good for customers and good for Annapolis,” Lara Fritts said. “This specialty shop has ties with the community and was able to expand in order to serve their current customer’s needs.”

Annebeth's is a staple for Annapolis locals, stocking specialty foods, beer and wine, gifts and gift baskets of all shapes and sizes, for all occasions.   For more information, go to http://www.annebeths.com or call (410) 990-9700.  

A ribbon cutting took place on October 18 to celebrate the relocation.