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Each week, Hard Rock customers can enjoy classic and modern rock from some of the best local bands and groups in Baltimore. This week, the Cafe welcomes the Goodman Guilliams Duo.
Large book store with wide variety of genres.
"Big Kahuna Cantina colors the senses with a fusion of Mexican cuisine, drink and culture, meshed carefully with the dishes, spices and traditions of Polynesia and brings it all to Baltimore’s Inner Harbor. Here you are welcomed by our lively music, enormous flaming torches, giant tiki’s, vintage surfboards, our massive, looming, mounted shark, and glossy photographs of Luchadors in full wrestling action! So much to see and to try… Shark Bite’s Nacho Bar, Coconut Shrimp Skewers, Plum Bar-B-Que Glazed Mini Ribs, Surfajitas and our Tubular Enchiladas. Don’t forget to leave room for dessert, our Key Lime Tart and Tres Leches Cake can’t be beat! Plus, we have a plentiful tequila selection featuring over 100 unique and revered varieties. Traditional Tiki cocktails, beer and wine are also prominent at our fully stocked bar. Join in the fun for lunch or dinner. Big Kahuna Cantina – Surf the Harbor!"
"Our Cafe has a broad menu which starts with cappucinos, great coffee and pastries, includes scrumptious egg sandwiches, and bagels with cream cheese. Then for lunch you will discover fabulous homemade soups, vegetarian and organic items (from One Straw Farm). We also serve catered platters delivered as early at 7 a.m. We are locally owned and operated, and proud to be part of Baltimores' eclectic cityscape."
This neighbor pub/sports bar offers a nice sized food menu of seafood and traditional pub grub along with sports memorabilia covering the walls.
From Tony Foreman and Cindy Wolf, Norther Italian fare with small smoky and cheesy things in the big, brassy wine bar (Enoteca) and bigger meatier things in the somber dining wings (Osteria). Fritto misto for everybody.
"Diamond Tavern boasts new American cuisine, Charm-City style, featuring 20 high definition televisions ideal for taking in game day at Camden Yards or catching your favorite sporting events around the globe. Whether dining in the tavern or enjoying a cocktail in our lounge, relax and undwind in the most dynamic atmosphere downtown Baltimore has to offer."
Conveniently located in the Inner Harbor and near Camden Yards and Ravens Stadium.
Inner Harbor location of local chain Edo Sushi. Classic and inventive sushi, Japanese entrées and appetizers with modern, American twists.
This Brazilian-style steakhouse offers 15 kinds of fire-roasted meat carved right at your table. It's all you can eat brought to you until you either burst or cry uncle.
Dueling pianos on a low stage and large drinks ala New Orleans. Howl doesn't serve food but you can bring your own from any number of restaurants close by.
This chain offers an expansive menu of small plates amid the big-food mecca that is the Inner Harbor.
This seafood restaurant is a great place to take visitors--they get to see both the Inner Harbor and eat crab cakes at the same time. And if the thought of braving the Inner Harbor makes you develop a migraine, console yourself with the knowledge that this place is good. Fresh fish are flown in every day, and the menu offers an extensive selection of all things from the sea. It's pricey, of course, but if you're there you're probably not the one paying. There's also a bar where you can have a more casual dinner or grab a stiff drink to prepare yourself for the inevitable tour of the U.S.S. Constitution.
"Baltimore's Only true Party Bar!!"
Known for its waterfront view, crab cakes, and fresh seafood. Outdoor dining, hot steamed crabs (in season), accomodations for large groups and parties, weekly $3 happy hours, and nightly entertainment.
Part of the Rams Head family of restaurants, this full-service live music venue and tavern serves lunch, dinner and Sunday brunch 365 days a year.
Happy Hour: Monday-Friday
4-7 p.m.: $1.95 Fordham drafts, $2.50 House Wines & Rail Drinks, 5-7 p.m.: Free Food
Orioles themed restaurant/bar/club features an a la carte menu and multiple big screen televisions.
This new Harborplace pub adds some contemporary twists to Irish favorites, like the kohlrabi remoulade that accompanies oak-smoked salmon, or the chanterelle sauce that glazes a platter of pan-roasted sausages. A lot of this cheers--spicy Thai calamari arrives cleanly, unbreaded, with peppery oil. The lamest things, oddly, are the traditional favorites, like an herb-heavy and flaccid shepherd's pie and soggy fish and chips. The décor, much of it reportedly authentic, commits the silly mistake of disturbing the bright harbor views.
Baltimore City Paper, 501 N. Calvert Street, P.O. Box 1377, Baltimore, MD 21278
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