Seafood: If you've ever watched any of Anthony Bourdain's travel shows after he's gone on a bender, you'll always see him wrap the night up with simple, but substantial food to prevent hangovers. What might be considered street fare/food truck food in Asia – salty, laden with fats and proteins – is supposed to sop up the ill effects of alcohol. For about $13, you can get a massive pizza-sized seafood pancake that's huge enough for several people to share, even starving people. Laden with fat Asian scallions and chunks of seafood, these fried pancakes are the secret foodie find of Baltimore. While you can order them after your favorite bar closes, they're available for brunch-time, too.
Barbecue: Who says barbecue is just an American thing? People have been embracing and enjoying Korean barbecue more and more in cities across the country as communities grow internationally. Nak Won serves up the meats to you like traditional Korean barbecue with grills in the table for cooking right in front of you. "Free" appetizers accompany your meal and don't be alarmed to see them refilled at no extra cost. Try their noodle bowls if you love noodles and their scallion pancakes are also a winner. Don't forget the dumplings either. After an evening of partying or hanging out in Baltimore, Nak Won is a great late night dining option when everywhere else is closed and everyone else is asleep.
- Insider Tips
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