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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

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Ma Petite Shoe Cafe'
Hampden
830 W. 36th St. Baltimore, MD 21211
410.375.0409
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Mo's Crab and Pasta Factory
Little Italy
502 S. Albemarle St. Baltimore, MD 21202
(410) 837-1600
Dotties
Dotties
Inner Harbor/City Center
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Dotties
Inner Harbor/City Center
301 W. Lombard St. Baltimore, MD 21201
(410) 685-3500
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P.F. Changs China Bistro
Inner Harbor
600 E. Pratt St. Baltimore, MD 21202
(410) 649-2750

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