Baltimore is known for its seafood, but the city is also home to a variety of ethnic and regional cuisines. There are plenty of good restaurants in the main tourist areas, with excellent choices in Little Italy, Fell's Point, Harbor East, and Mount Ve...  Read more >

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Icon_dollar3 Sotto Sopra Contemporary Italian Mount Vernon
Icon_dollar3 Aldo's Ristorante Italiano Italian Little Italy
Icon_dollar1 Amicci's Italian Little Italy
Icon_dollar2 Bo Brooks Seafood Canton
Icon_dollar3 Charleston Southern Harbor East
Icon_dollar2 Johnny's Comfort Food Roland Park
Icon_dollar2 Langermann’s Fresh Kitchen Low Country Canton
Icon_dollar1 Miss Shirley’s Cafe Comfort Food Inner Harbor or Roland Park
Icon_dollar1 Nick's Fish House Baltimore Seafood South Baltimore, adjacent to the Hanover Street Bridge (over the Patapsco River)
Icon_dollar1 Papermoon Diner American Comfort Food Remington
Icon_dollar2 Phillips Maryland Seafood Inner Harbor, Pier 4
Icon_dollar2 Sascha’s 527 Café American Mount Vernon
Icon_dollar2 The Black Olive Greek Fells Point
Icon_dollar2 The Mount Washington Tavern American Pub Food Mount Washington
Icon_dollar3 The Prime Rib Steak Mount Vernon, between Biddle and Chase streets
Icon_dollar3 Tío Pepe Spanish Mount Vernon, off Charles Street
Icon_dollar2 Wine Market Bistro Wine Bar South Baltimore
Icon_dollar3 Woodberry Kitchen American farm-to-table Hampden