A neighborhood joint with a rustic feel, using locally produced ingredients whenever possible. A great, reasonable wine list, extensive craft beer selection and craft cocktails.
2. Hamilton Tavern
In search of the next BEST BURGER? For now, Hamilton Tavern takes this prestigious title with the Crosstown Burger. Enjoy a down-to-earth, welcoming
atmosphere at Hamilton Tavern. Calling all imbibers: Get thyselves to Harford Road…the Hamilton Tavern bodes well for Hamilton’s renaissance stirrings.
3. Koco’s Pub
A Local Family Owned and Operated Pub for over 27 Years. Serving Baltimore’s Best Crab Cakes and lots of other great Pub Food including Burgers, Ribs, Wings and Marcella’s Margaritas. Friendly Staff & Clientele.
4. The Brewer’s Art
Enjoy a unique dining experience in the opulent dining rooms of The Brewer’s Art. Voted Best Local Beer and Best Upscale Bar from the readers and Best Local Bottled Beer and Best First-date Bar from the editors in the 2009 City Paper Best of issue. For the past couple years we have been mentioned by The New York Times and The Washington Post as a worthy destination when spending time in Baltimore!
5. B&O American Brasserie
Welcome, travelers, to the gilded days of the American railroad. A time when service was sincere. Quality was never in question. And those who journeyed by rail enjoyed an uncomplicated elegance.
Welcome to B&O American Brasserie in the heart of downtown Baltimore.
An approachable American Brasserie focusing on fine quality meats, outstanding seafood preparations, and produce influenced by the best ingredients from local farmers as well as outstanding cocktails.
6. Rusty Scupper
Rusty Scupper is a seafood lover’s dream that accommodates all tastes and offers guests the best views of Baltimore’s Inner Harbor and city skyline.
Located above the Inner Harbor Marina, the Rusty Scupper rises three levels above the water and boasts a beautiful views from every table. This full service, contemporary seafood restaurant and bar serves lunch, dinner, and Sunday Live-Jazz brunch. Located on the Inner Harbor in a dramatic, free-standing building with superb private function spaces, the Rusty Scupper offers exceptional waterfront views.
The Rusty Scupper’s large 270-seat, open dining room, 75-seat bar lounge, and 142-seat upper deck with outdoor patio afford guests dramatic, sweeping views of Harborplace, the Inner Harbor, and Fells Point. Guests can relax and enjoy live piano entertainment, the region’s highest quality fresh seafood, seasonal cuisine, and attentive service at this distinctive waterfront restaurant.
7. Sotto Sopra
Sotto Sopra Restaurant is located a short walk from Baltimore’s Inner Harbor at the archway to Baltimore’s cultural district in the Mt. Vernon neighborhood. Executive chef/owner Riccardo Bosio has been top toque since the beginning in 1996, offering his native Northern Italian cuisine and blending it deliciously with local ingredients to keep true to how Italians dine. When guests describe the food, words that come to the forefront are fresh, handcrafted, innovative, quality and simple yet bold flavors.
Sotto Sopra is housed in a grand 19th century building with high ceilings and mosaic tile floors. The broad stroke bold colors, the famous mural, gilded mirrors and modern art make you feel you could be dining in any major metropolis in the world. The cosmopolitan feel is extended with gracious, attentive service that is never intrusive or stuffy.
8. b – A Bolton Hill Bistro
Come see what all the excitement’s about. Sample fresh and imaginative b bistro cuisine with a range of daily specials and an eclectic, non-fussy, and reasonably-priced wine list. Enjoy dining in Bolton Hill, one of Baltimore’s most stately and historic neighborhoods.
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