Night out in Downtown Annapolis.

If you don't know this about me already, I am a huge foodie who is always willing to try new restaurants and food in the area. I heard about

Level

for awhile now so I had to make a trip downtown to try it out for myself. What originally drew my attention was that they locally source their ingredients. As an avid farmers market shopper myself, I am a  true supporter of local farms and businesses. I also really like how its a tapas restaurant so you can order a bunch of small plates and share. And what's even better is that they change up their menu every couple of weeks, so each experience can be a different one.

I am a go-to wine girl, but I recommend trying their cocktails. Each cocktail is used with fresh ingredients, so you're not getting anything out of a can and yes, you can taste the difference. I recommend the gimlet- the freshly squeeze lime juice, sugar cane and foam on top is on point. 

For my meal, I got the chorizo dip that came with warm naan bread, brussels sprouts- perfectly seasoned and crispy on the outside, fried duck confit- tasted like fried chicken and a bit too salty for my liking, and the squid ink pasta on special- pasta noodles were perfectly chewy and the sauce is delish! 

Word on the street is that they were voted top fries in Maryland, although I didn't get to try them, I definitely recommend you do and let me know how they are! 

As always, outfit details below :). Happy weekend to all! 

[Outfit Details]: Vest and Jeans: Topshop, Blouse: Zara, Cami: Banana Republic, Heels: Aldo, Purse: 

COACH

[Photos]:

 Lindsay Solomon

*This post was sponsored by 

COACH

, but the opinions are my own.*

XOXO <3

-Margaret