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You may know D.L. Hughley from NBC's, Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip, but after seeing his comedy show you will see the talent he has in making people laugh.
The Baltimore Maritime Museum includes the U.S.S. Torsk submarine, which sank the last two Japanese warships lost in World War II. The Chesapeake lightship was anchored at the mouth of the Chesapeake Bay and served as a floating light-house to guide ships into the bay. The Cutter Taney is the last survivor of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. You can also visit the Seven Foot Knoll Lighthouse.
This neighbor pub/sports bar offers a nice sized food menu of seafood and traditional pub grub along with sports memorabilia covering the walls.
A classic steakhouse with perfectly turned out food in impressive portions. What distinguishes Capital Grille from competitors is lunch, including scaled-down versions of its evening fare, sandwiches, and salad entrees.
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.
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.
Large menu, big dishes. Salads and burgers, appetizers, entrees, and desserts built for two. Work off your dinner upstairs at one of many video games.
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!!"
Raising the bar for Inner Harbor Dining, Morton's The Steakhouse will spoil you. Featuring USDA Prime Beef, the Freshest Seafood, Award Winning Crab Cakes and a Wine Spectator Award Winning Wine List, Morton's is the perfect place for business or pleasure. Rich Mahogany Walls and etched glass with polished brass sets the right tone for any evening. The private boardrooms offer the same fabulous food and seamless service in a setting that will make any meeting or celebration simply perfect.
A little old Maryland seafood joint upscaled into a regional chain and a massive Inner Harbor location divided into a "menu" restaurant, a buffest, and a carryout. Any which way, Phillip's still serves up crab cakes and crab soup.
If you're looking for house-brewed beers in the heart of the Pratt Street corridor, the Ale House has you covered, along with an expansive menu of pub grub.
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
The warm breezes, friendly smiles and laid back charm of Polynesia, added some great music, a unique drink menu and finally topped it off with a tsunami size helping of dancing and fun.
Winchester's Comedy Club in the Inner Harbor features Friday and Saturday night, with an occasional Thursday night, comedy shows that include an opening act and an MC.
812 Park Ave.
Baltimore, MD 21201
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