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The collection of Sesame Street illustrations explores the history of favorite characters such as Cookie Monster, Elmo, Big Bird, Grover, Oscar, Bert, and Ernie.
To be honest we are not quite sure how Burke's has remained in operation since 1934. The food is hard-core old school--meat and potatoes with gravy and fried seafood baskets--while the quality is simply OK. But we like that Burke's lost-in-time menu shows Baltimore's German roots; it's one of the last places in town you can still find sour beef or calves liver, plus what's not to love about a place where potato pancakes are offered as a vegetable. It's also a reasonably priced and locally owned eatery amid the downtown sea of corporate chain restaurants, and serves a full menu until 2 a.m. OK, now we get it.
Catoctin Popcorn Co. is a family-owned popcorn business based in Frederick, Md., that evolved from selling kettle corn at local fairs and events. They have a stall in the Lexington Market.
A group of 15 artists put this space together given to them by the Downtown Partnership.
Arguably downtown's most popular walk-up lunch spot. The perfect falafel pita, outfitted with two--count 'em--chickpea fritters sustains many thankful vegetarians. Others begin there and move on to the meat pitas, the melty grilled panini, the generous rotisserie chicken, and fresh salads. The only discouraging words can be uttered about the prices, which are a dollar more than you'd like to spend on what is basically street food, even really good street food. The constantly filled outdoor tables offer unparalleled perches for watching people dressed in business attire.
Inner Harbor location of local chain Edo Sushi. Classic and inventive sushi, Japanese entrées and appetizers with modern, American twists.
A turn of the century Dining saloon featuring house smoked barbecue, fresh seafood, Jumbo Lump Crab Cakes, big salads and great burgers. A menu designed to please any group!
Joss is just the kind of mod, hip sushi bar Baltimore has been lacking. Fish is fresher than fresh, and the selection goes beyond spicy tuna or California roll. If the wasabi shumai are any indication, cooked food here is no afterthought.
Casual fare affordably priced is Maisy's raison-d'etre. All entees, except the crab cakes, are under $20, including generously-sized pizzas from the restaurant's wood-burning oven.
Food cart serving Halal.
While you won't have much trouble finding places to eat along Power Plant Live!'s restaurant row, Mondo Bondo's colorful front and casual inviting setup is sure to lure in the indecisive. The appeal doesn't stop at the door, either. Once inside, you are tempted to choose from a wide array of tasty treats such as the ever-messy (but still worth the napkins it requires) pastrami Reuben, a delicious, almost gourmet chicken cheese steak, and of course plenty of Italian-inspired meals perfect for anyone craving the stick-to-your-ribs variety of entrée. And the real kicker? They deliver.
"The Oasis is a classy & discreet gentlemans club. Come see the Inner Harbor area's hottest dancers. You will receive top notch service and entertainment with an ambiance second to none. Come visit our girls, spend some time with them and get to know them personally. You will find them friendly & fun to be with. Let the Oasis be your sanctuary from the stresses of the world."
An evening at Ruth's Chris is pure, luxurious indulgence: incredible steaks (seafood too), a 30,000-bottle wine cellar, and opulent atomosphere. Your only worry is waddling to the table and operating the utensils.
Happy hour type place until the punk rock starts practically every night.
This small eatery decorated in a soothing celadon undersea motif serves straight-up versions of noodle dishes from Korea, Japan, Vietnam, and beyond--no fusion faux pho here, just the real thing done very well. The newer downtown location, in the Munsey Building, is dramatic and Zenic--the thought of having the spicy tuna tartare in halved avocado is incentive for showing up for work.
Deli stall inside Lexinton Market
501 N. Calvert St.
Baltimore, MD 21278
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