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Baltimore restaurants

The best-known restaurants in Baltimore may be in Little Italy, but that neighborhood is only the starting point for exploring the city's excellent ethnic and regional cooking. These days, the Baltimore dining scene is concentrated in Fells Point and adjacent Harbor East, where the emphasis is on Mediterranean cuisines, seafood (of course), and sinful Southern cooking. But nearly every self-respecting chef in Baltimore offers a special crab cake; the delicacy is even part of the ballpark-food lineup at Camden Yards. Much of the fun is in discovering fabulous food in unlikely locations, such as Gertrude's Restaurant at the Baltimore Museum of Art or the city's best crab cakes at a nondescript suburban intersection. Dinner reaches a peak at 8 pm, and since the best places can be very busy, even on weeknights, reservations a day or so in advance are suggested.

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Pitango Gelato, Baltimore

There is gourmet ice cream, and then there is Noah Dan's rich, organic gelato. Made on the premises of this stylish Fells Point storefront, the frozen treats...more

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Pazo, Baltimore

In a city noted for its ethnic restaurants, this Fells Point place is the sweet spot for tapas. With the help of architect Patrick Sutton, restaurateurs Cindy...more

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Kali's Court Restaurant, Baltimore

Grilling next to Saints & Sinners tattoo parlor in Fells Point, upscale Kali's is the seafood option of choice for special-occasion couples, business...more

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Gertrude's Restaurant, Baltimore

Institutional cooking rarely gets raves, unless that institution is the Baltimore Museum of Art, where chef and cookbook author John Shields has run this...more

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G & M Restaurant & Lounge, Linthicum Heights

While several old-line Baltimore crab houses pack in the out-of-towners, locals make a 15-minute drive from downtown to an unlikely suburban spot two miles...more

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Charleston Restaurant, Baltimore

Charleston is the anchor of chef Cindy Wolf and husband Tony Foreman's restaurant empire, which also includes the nouveau Spanish Pazo. Located between the...more

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