10 Best Seafood Restaurants in Baltimore: Something to Write Home About
It's difficult to truly experience the food culture of Baltimore without indulging in its seafood. Known widely for its crab cakes, blue crabs, Old Bay-seasoned steamed crabs, and crab soup (cream or vegetable), this is where you'd want to start your tasting journey - if crab is what you want. If you're looking for a wider range of seafood options, from oysters to rock fish, there's a plethora of restaurants to choose from all around the city and tucked away in Baltimore's neighboring suburbs.
If you're staying in the Inner Harbor, you're fortunate to have more than enough restaurants to choose... Read more »
Local Expert Tip: "Thames Street Oyster House doesn't offer a formal kids' menu but there are items like burgers and fries you could order."
Local Expert Tip: "Be sure to try the raw bar."
Local Expert Tip: "Although Henninger's is a neighborhood spot, some of its entrees have Inner Harbor prices."
- Cuisine: Seafood
- Neighborhood: Locust Point
Local Expert Tip: "If you ask, they will give you a 'receipt' of what size crabs they have available and the quantity left in their inventory."
Local Expert Tip: "Don't short-change yourself by ordering anything less than the jumbo lump crab cake. This is Faidley's work-of-art."
Local Expert Tip: "Call ahead to find out the schedule for live jazz evenings. Bertha's is also a good option for Sunday brunch."
Local Expert Tip: "The restaurant will pick you up and drop you off at your hotel if you are staying in the Inner Harbor area. "
Local Expert Tip: "No steamed crabs until after 5pm."
Local Expert Tip: "Crab cakes are the big draw here."
Local Expert Tip: "If you like big breakfasts, try the all-you-can-eat buffet in the morning."