Locally Sourced Restaurants


Baltimore’s restaurant renaissance is marked by chefs and restauranteurs creating innovative dining experiences. While this transformation is taking place, many of the city’s best restaurants are committed to keeping one practice as simple as possible—highlighting quality local ingredients. The bounty of Maryland farms and Chesapeake specialties make menus with fresh, seasonal ingredients the norm in Baltimore. Check out a handful of area chefs and restaurant owners’ take on their relationships with local purveyors.

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Alma Cocina Latina 
2400 Boston St Suite 108, Baltimore, MD 21224

Located in the Canton neighborhood, Alma Cocina Latino is a Venezuelan restaurant dedicated to sourcing ingredients from responsible farms and highlighting them with care.
Gunther & Co. 
3650 Toone St, Baltimore, MD 21224

Gunther & Co. has emerged as one of the hottest new spots for one of Baltimore’s oldest traditions—oyster happy hour. The team works with local oystermen who collect and harvest directly from the source.
Modern Cook Shop 
Modern Cook Shop—a Fell’s Point restaurant, market, bar and cafe—knows that a good latte begins with great milk. That’s why the shop uses Trickling Springs Creamery, renowned for its discerning taste and wholesome products.
Wit & Wisdom 
Wit & Wisdom, an elevated tavern located inside Four Seasons Hotel Baltimore in Harbor East, seasonally sources meats from Catoctin Mountain Farms, which is dedicated to a “beyond-organic” approach for their woodland and pastured animals.
Woodberry Kitchen 
2010 Clipper Park Rd, Baltimore, MD 21211

Local pioneers of the farm-to-table movement, Woodberry Kitchen always has ingredients from Moon Valley Farm on their ever-evolving menu. Moon Valley Farms is a small scale, woman-owned farm and CSA in Baltimore County Maryland growing a wide variety of vegetables, herbs, flowers and native fruits using biological and organically-approved growing methods.