For an introduction to Baltimore’s food scene, there’s no better place to start than Clavel. This Mexican spot is the city’s buzziest restaurant and Maryland’s first mezcaleria.
October 18, 2023
The best place to eat oysters in Baltimore is at Dylan’s, a Hampden neighborhood seafood joint.
Le Comptoir du Vin serves small seasonal plates in an intimate and cozy lofted space.
Upper Fell's La Barrita is a meat, pasta, and Argentinian soccer paradise.
The Tavern at Woodberry Kitchen is a revamp of a farm-to-table Woodberry institution.
JBGB's is a standout Remington pizzeria attached to a classic Baltimore butcher shop.
Foraged in Station North is an intimate and hyper-seasonal vegan restaurant good for special occasions.
The jumbo lump crab cakes at Faidley's Seafood are a Downtown Baltimore institution, and for good reason.
Ash—Bar is a seasonal American restaurant and lounge located in Mount Vernon's Hotel Ulysses.
Come to The Helmand, an Aghan spot in Mount Vernon, after a visit to the Walters Art Museum, when everybody wants their a big plate of rice and meat.
Little Donna's is a Fell's Point pizzeria with a notable Yugoslavian influence and a slate of delicious cocktails.
Alma Cocina Latina is a Venezuelan Happy Hour haven in Station North.
Chaps Pit Beef is an East Baltimore institution where you should have a quick-but-satisfying lunch.
Hampden's Ekiben has a roundup of casual Asian-fusion dishes that we'd like to eat for every meal.
Petit Louis Bistro is a French bistro in Roland Park that works for any situation.
Blacksauce Kitchen is a Remington breakfast destination, serving fresh-baked biscuit sandwiches and smoky BBQ platters.