Harbor East
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Habor East is one of Baltimore's newest neighborhoods. Where industrial warehouses once stood you'll now find upscale hotels, high-end stores and locally-owned boutiques.

Harbor East

Award-Winning Restaurants and International Cuisine

Within a few blocks are dozens of restaurants from quick bites to fine dining. Must-trys include Charleston, Cinghiale, The Bygone, Tagliata, The Elk Room, Loch Bar, Wit & Wisdom, Azumi, Ouzo Bay, James Joyce Irish Pub, Roy’s Hawaiian Fusion, Apropoe’s, Lebanese Taverna and The Oceanaire.

Shop Till You Drop

Habor East offers shopping from high end to local boutiques. You’ll find the latest styles in clothing, shoes, accessories, homeware and more at stores such as Curiosity, Sassanova, Arhaus, Bin 604, the Under Armour Brand House, Madewell, J. Crew, South Moon Under and Anthropologie. Once you’re done shopping, treat yourself even further with a blowout at Haute Blow Dry Bar, a massage at The Spa at the Four Seasons, or a cupcake at Charm City Cakes.

Explore the Civil War Museum at President Street Station

President Street Station, the oldest surviving railroad station in an urban setting, is home to The Civil War Museum which explores the city’s connections to the Civil War and Underground Railroad, as well as the significance of President Abraham Lincoln’s train stop in Baltimore.

Did You Know?

Right next to Harbor East is an even newer neighborhood called Harbor Point. It’s home to Sandlot, a temporary beach oasis open during the summer. Here you’ll be transported to a tropical island with fruity drinks, live music, volleyball and bocce ball.

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