The charming neighborhood of Eastport plays host to Vin 909, a popular wine bar and restaurant located in a remodeled home, not far from the apartments at Mariner Bay. Diners love that this Annapolis restaurant is totally committed to using sustainable, local, and organic products wherever possible without compromising flavor and quality. In addition, Vin 909 also recycles over 75% of its waste, including all of their oyster shells. The menu is a study in carefully-crafted food and beverage, with regulars raving about the exceptional pizzas. Made in the classic Italian thin crust style, they’re topped with combinations like cured Virginia speck, fontina, goat cheese, apples, and cracked Tellicherry peppercorns — the flavor profile is out of this world! Other favorites include the clams cooked in apple cider with butter and bacon, the zucchini carpaccio, and the awesome shrimp cassoulet, made in the traditional French fashion with white beans, foie gras butter, and cured pork. And, save room for dessert — you need to get the pot de crème — this rich, decadent crème brulee is out of this world.