Since the restaurant discussion has engendered many comments and
suggestions, and my taste runs more toward the many ethnic restaurants in
Baltimore (I can recommend some of them if anyone is interested), I posted
a note to my neighborhood's Google discussion group (with a few hundred
subscribers) and they came up with some favorite restaurants (not
necessarily seafood oriented) I have not mentioned. The ones that were
recommended by many are:
- Charleston, 1000 Lancaster St in Harbor East
- The Prime Rib, 1101 N. Calvert St.
- Woodberry Kitchen, 2010 Clipper Park Rd - very well-liked and
difficult to get a table. Note that one person warned of over use of salt
in many dishes there.
- Tio Pepe, 10 East Franklin St.
- Magdalena in the Ivy Hotel, 205 East Biddle St.
Hope this helps - thanks.
On Sun, Apr 1, 2018 at 1:18 PM, Dr Rainer E. Lotz <[log in to unmask]>
> Thank you Brenda,
> I mentioned seafood mainly because I assumed that would be a natural
> choice for a port city.
> "I am flexible"...
> Am 01.04.2018 um 18:32 schrieb Nelson-Strauss, Brenda:
>> I know this is primarily about seafood, but I recommend Maisy's as one of
>> the best options closest to the hotel: https://www.maisysbaltimore.com/
>> I've only eaten brunch there, but it was fantastic.
>> Also within two blocks, the B&O: http://www.bandorestaurant.com
>> And we had a very nice meal at Brio - a few blocks south on the
>> waterfront: https://www.brioitalian.com/index.html
>> For fine dining in East Harbor there are at least 3 seafood oriented
>> Charleston, is one of the top rated downtown restaurants:
>> Oceanaire Seafood Room: http://menus.theoceanaire.com/OABA_dinn.pdf
>> Loch Bar with live music every night (check out the seafood towers):
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Association for Recorded Sound Discussion List <
>> [log in to unmask]> On Behalf Of Dennis Rooney
>> Sent: Sunday, April 1, 2018 11:46 AM
>> To: [log in to unmask]
>> Subject: Re: Seafood in Baltimore - Gene's list
>> Faidley's looked like the best choice close to the hotel. G & M is famous
>> for crabs but their Lithicum Heights location is probably an Uber ride too
>> far. Thanks, Steve, for the tip about the fish sandwich in the General
>> Market. That's my lunch destination every day!
>> On Sat, Mar 31, 2018 at 11:53 AM, Steve Ramm <
>> [log in to unmask]> wrote:
>> Phillips is now too commerical, Rusty Scupper and Bubba's are national
>>> chains and are all "cookie cutter"
>>> The Board had good fairly priced seafood in October at Nick's Fish
>>> House - a $10 uber ride if I remember. VERY popular place.
>>> The most popular place for fresh seafood is in the Lexington Market -
>>> 3 blocks from hotel. Rest of market is dingy (though you can get a
>>> HUGE fried fish sandwich for $2.00 (that's right) in the general
>>> market. But for raw seafood (oysters) the place is Faidley.
>>> Faidley's Seafood
>>> In a message dated 3/20/2018 2:55:16 PM Eastern Standard Time,
>>> [log in to unmask] writes:
>>> - Phillips - 601 East Pratt St, Inner Harbor
>>> - Oceanaire - 801 Aliceanna St, Harbor East
>>> - Rusty Scupper - 402 Key Highway, Inner Harbor
>>> - Bertha's (famous for mussels - they even have a song about them!) -
>>> 734 S. Broadway, Fells Point. Also has live jazz som
>>> <https://maps.google.com/?q=ive+jazz+som&entry=gmail&source=g>e nights.
>>> - Ouzo Bay - 1000 Lancaster St, Harbor East
>>> - Bubba Gump Shrimp Co - 301 Light St, Harborplace
>>> - Thames St Oyster House - 1728 Thames St, Fells Point
>>> Hope this is helpful. Thanks.
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