Baltimore Dining and Nightlife

Baltimore is a must-visit destination for food lovers. The city’s hip, historic neighborhoods feature an array of dining spots, from casual pubs to lavish waterfront restaurants offering full five-course meals – and everything in between. If you’re wondering where to start your food adventure in Baltimore, start here with these selections from Visit Baltimore before your visit and attendance at the 104th ICMA Annual Conference

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Beyond the Crab Cake: Culinary Classics Worth a

Bite in Baltimore

A look at some of the biggest hot spots in Baltimore for food and drinks.



Beer Experiences You Should Have in Baltimore

The city’s beer scene is thriving with craft beer offered by breweries big and small.



10 Places to Get Non-Basic Ice Cream

Visit one of these 10 places, and each will have a creative spin, with delicious results.



Crabs: A Baltimore Specialty

Gather your friends & pick your way through buckets of steamed Maryland blue crabs.



As Seen on TV Dining Experiences

With Baltimore’s quickly growing reputation as a top culinary destination, it is no surprise that a number of its restaurants have been featured on top television shows.



Locally Sourced Restaurants

The bounty of Maryland farms and Chesapeake specialties make menus with fresh, seasonal ingredients the norm in Baltimore.



Baltimore Nightlife and Bars

The bars and nightclubs in Baltimore include everything from hot dance spots and live music joints to cozy local taverns and craft beer pubs.

See Also: Baltimore History and Heritage | Baltimore Neighborhoods | Baltimore Attractions

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