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Culinary

There is so much to see and do . . . and eat . . . in Baltimore. From homestyle casual to pinkie-in-the-air proper, the culinary scene in Baltimore is tremendous - as seen in that Zagat named Baltimore #2 in their Top Food Cities of 2015.

Foodies'll find that what's on offer will vary greatly from one neighborhood to another. If you don't know where to start on your food exploration of the city, start here: our official restaurant guide.

A couple of suggestions to experience Charm City’s cuisine: Baltimore Restaurant Week, and Charm City Food tours. During Restaurant Week, participating establishments offer a three-course, fixed-price menu at an affordable price so you can sample their best dishes. Charm City Food Tours offer multiple ways to enjoy the city’s diverse food scene, including tours of several historic neighborhoods, pub crawls and public market tours.

Featured Places to Visit

Diamond Tavern
Diamond Tavern
Camden Yards
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Diamond Tavern
Camden Yards
401 W. Pratt St. Baltimore, MD 21201
(443) 573-8777
Acqua Restaurant
Acqua Restaurant
BWI Airport
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Acqua Restaurant
BWI Airport
(443) 577-2500
The Point in Fells
The Point in Fells
Fell's Point
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The Point in Fells
Fell's Point
1738 Thames St. Baltimore, MD 21231
(410) 327-7264
Loch Bar
Harbor East
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Loch Bar
Harbor East
Four Seasons Hotel Baltimore, MD 21202
(443) 961-8949

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Charm City Cakes

Founded by proud Baltimorean Duff Goldman, Charm City Cakes is one of the most famous businesses in Baltimore, and …

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Public Markets in Baltimore

Take a tour of the city's public markets to sample house-made delicacies and some of the best seafood to be found in the mid-Atlantic.

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Best Places to Eat In Hampden

Baltimore is known as a city of neighborhoods – more than 200 of them, all with a unique history and feel.…

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Explore Baltimore’s Craft Beer Scene

It’s no secret that Baltimore takes its beer seriously. One of the city’s first manufacturing industries was the brewing of National Bohemian beer, lovingly called "Natty Boh" by the locals.…

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