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Foodie

Being a big city with lots of history, Baltimore has plenty of dining variety to offer. Let's begin with Baltimore’s favorite food: the Maryland Blue Crab. Whether it’s a crab cake or a crab sandwich, at a casual crab feast or an upscale seafood restaurant, you just have to try this delicious crustacean. After you savor Chesapeake cuisine, head to Little Italy for an authentic Italian dinner or Greektown for Mediterranean delicacies. Federal Hill and Fell’s Point are replete with cool restaurants and bars, while the Inner Harbor area offers familiar brands along with dozens of local, unique treats.

Die-hard foodie travelers should schedule a trip to Baltimore during Restaurant Week. Twice a year, participating restaurants offer a three-course, fixed-price menu highlighting the best dishes that downtown Baltimore has to offer.

With so many great dining options and places to eat in Baltimore, where do you start? With the Visit Baltimore Restaurant guide, a helpful, easy-to-use guide containing more than 150 listings of Visit Baltimore members that represent the finest and most iconic dining establishments in and around the city. View the digital version of the Official Visit Baltimore Restaurant Guide.

Featured Places to Visit

Mt. Washington Tavern
Mt. Washington Tavern
Mt. Washington
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Mt. Washington Tavern
Mt. Washington
5700 Newbury St. Baltimore, MD 21209
(410) 367-6903
M & S Grill
M & S Grill
Inner Harbor
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M & S Grill
Inner Harbor
201 E. Pratt St. Baltimore, MD 21202
(410) 547-9333
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Germano's Piattini and Cabaret at Germano's
Little Italy
300 S. High St. Baltimore, MD 21202
(410) 752-4515
Dooby's
Dooby's
Mount Vernon
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Dooby's
Mount Vernon
802 N. Charles St. Baltimore, MD 21201
(410) 702-5144

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