You can get just about anything you want for lunch in Baltimore that you can get for dinner, whether it be a sit-down meal, buffet, or grab-n-go. Places like Lexington Market house counter-stops like Faidley's, famous for their crab cakes - good to eat just about anytime of the day - and sandwich shops like Mary Mervis' deli, fixing up over-sized sandwiches worthy of a "To Be Continued" sign. With over 23 carry out shops and 11 delis, on top of the seafood, fried chicken and international fare food vendors, Lexington Market has dozens of options for you to grab a quick bite to eat, depending on your lunch time fancy.
If time permits and you're looking for something more mid-scale you have several choices in the Harbor ranging from Spanish tapas at La Tasca Restaurant to seafood at Phillips Harbor Place Restaurant or Rusty Scupper to American fare at the Cheesecake Factory.
More upscale options for the business or special occasion lunches can be had at formal restaurant and locations like Brightons Orangerie in the Harbor Court Hotel or just about any other hotel in the Harbor with an onsite restaurant. And don't rule out the food trucks - they're mobile, cheap, fast and just about anywhere in the city. Baltimore has your mid-day nourishment needs covered whether you're looking to eat a little or a lot.
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