110 South Eutaw Street Baltimore Marriott Inner Harbor at Camden Yards Baltimore, MD 21201
Baltimore Marriott Inner Harbor is a delight for the locals, as it offers great Maryland Chesapeake Bay cuisine. You can settle in the Cafe Promenade, at one of the window-side tables and enjoy favorites like Lacquered Honey-Roasted Half-Chicken and Wild Mushroom Pasta while taking in the lovely view. Drop in at the restaurant on Friday and you'll find a delicious seafood buffet laid out before you. The bright and cheerful interiors make sure that the atmosphere is always light-hearted and refreshing. One visit here and you'll be looking forward to your next meal at Cafe Promenade!
This eatery at Pier 4 redefines the age-old codes that people associate with Asian restaurants. Serving a range of delectable dishes from various cuisines including Thai, Japanese, and Chinese, it is a delight for diners. A Mongolian stir-fry bar and a sushi bar are its other features, which combined with the bright green and wooden interiors have made the restaurant a success. The over-head lamps add an Asian charm and go well with the rest of the decor. The best part of dining here is the fact that the prices, are as reasonable as ever!
The Cheesecake Factory is surely the place to go when craving a rich and delectable slice of the mouth-watering dessert, but this restaurant offers much more. Serving appetizers, lunch, dinner, late night dining, Sunday brunch and a full bar, the Factory is a great choice for a casual dining experience. Everyone will find something to their liking with over 200 menu selections of pizza, pasta, seafood, steaks, salads, sandwiches, burgers and more. Be sure to save room for one of the 50 delicious cheesecakes and desserts.
Roy Yamaguchi's eatery serves delicious seafood that is the result of fresh ingredients blended sinfully with Hawaiian recipes. Try some of the classic items like Roy's canoe appetizer, Big Island Poketini and original Hawaiian blackened island ahi. While relishing your food, do yourself a favor and remember to leave room for the melting hot chocolate soufflé-it's simply divine! The wine list is equally impressive, with a huge variety of sparkling wines, white wines, chardonnays and Merlot to choose from.
550 Light Street Harbor Court Hotel Baltimore, MD 21202
All the floral designs on the frescoed walls are not lost on the diners when savoring the Chesapeake swayed cuisine. The Victorian feel of the Orangerie almost makes one dress up in corsets and ball gowns! The afternoon tea service is highly recommended. Revel in the old Baltimore tradition of laid-back afternoons laced with smooth conversation. Call for opening hours.
For the best seafood in Baltimore, go to McCormick and Schmick's Seafood Restaurant located on Pier 5, for the richest and finest seafood specialties. It offers almost every type of fresh fish served daily such as Maine lobster, California king salmon and Rhode Island squid. Guests can order non-seafood items for appetizers, soups and salads. The cream of chicken and caesar salad are among the favorites. M&S is open for both lunch and dinner. Reservations are advisable.
An award-winning restaurant and wine bar with locations throughout the country, Fleming's brings sophisticated and contemporary dining to the Harbor East area of Baltimore. The menu offers choices from prime beef and fresh seafood to a variety of salads, sides, appetizers and desserts. Start off your meal with stuffed field artichoke, wicked cajun barbecue shrimp or tenderloin carpaccio. For the meat lovers, choose from the finest in USDA Prime beef with entrees including filet mignon, beef flemington and Australian lamb chops. Fleming's also has a list of 100 wines, all available by the glass to complement the perfect steak or seafood dish.
300 South Charles Street Sheraton Inner Harbor Hotel Baltimore, MD 21201
A relaxed atmosphere in the Sheraton Inner Harbor Hotel, the Orioles Grille celebrates Baltimore's beloved baseball team. Walls are filled with artwork and autographed jerseys from all of the Hall of Fame Oriole players. While checking out the sports memorabilia, enjoy a filling breakfast, lunch or dinner after watching the chef prepare your meal in an exhibition kitchen. Choose from a variety of traditional local and regional cuisine. To get in on the real sporting action, hop over to Orioles Grille Bar and watch your favorite sporting event on the wall-to-wall television.
The Rusty Scupper is a dynamic seafood restaurant located on the waterfront providing a breathtaking view of the Harborplace and Fells Point. There is live piano entertainment to add a little romance to this exquisite eatery. The Rusty Scupper offers lunch, dinner, and Sunday brunch.
Coming here is much more than just a dining experience. Located in a transformed warehouse, Pazo provides an excellent setting to eat all that your heart desires of, Mediterranean cuisine, including peasant dishes from Sicily, Sardenia, Campania and Catalonia. The decor is mostly rustic with a dash of panache in the form of plush seating booths. All together, it's a very chic place to eat.
A long home run's distance from Oriole Park at Camden
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