Ouzo Bay is one of the newer kids on the restaurant block in Harbor East but its seats have been filled ever since it opened its doors. Serving up fine Greek cuisine, energy and character, the restaurant attracts scores of famished diners and has quickly become a favorite spot for locals looking for hearty Greek food, a fun social atmosphere, and a chic setting. Ouzo Bay is a seafood lover's dream, offering all the treasures of the ocean with accented with fresh Mediterranean herbs and spices. You'll find the traditional dishes like flaky spanakopita and rich dolmades but you'll also be pleasantly surprised by more exotic dishes like ortyki, a charcoal grilled quail over a zucchini pancake.
When you're in the mood for good times and great cuisine, be sure to checkout Grille 700 at Baltimore Marriott Waterfront. The restaurant is located in one of the area's mostpleasant settings and is known for its delightful staff and superb cuisine.The menu at Grille 700 at Baltimore Marriott Waterfront features a wide array of great selections, madefrom only the freshest and highest quality ingredients, with something sureto please every member of your group. Grille 700 at Baltimore Marriott Waterfront has establisheditself as one of the area's favorite culinary destinations and is sure tooffer you a pleasant and unique dining experience every time you visit.Please stop in soon!
Wit and Wisdom is one of two premiere restaurants at the Four Seasons Baltimore. Owned by restaurateur, Michael Mina, this establishment serves delicious food in an elegant setting with a beautifully designed lay out. Long, wide windows offer great views of Harbor East, an oval bar makes for a perfect happy hour hangout, lounge chairs and a fireplace set the mood for sophisticated relaxation. The semi-open kitchen is a playful way to "invite" patrons in to the food preparation process. This chic restaurant serves American tavern food with a bit of panache. Honoring the farm-to-table movement, the restaurant aims to put a spin on local Chesapeake favorites.
Roy's Hawaiian Fusion presents its guests with a trifecta of flavors. This top-notch kitchen produces an unique fusion cuisine using fresh locally sourced ingredients, European sauces, and Asian spices. Creative starters might include the Canoe appetizer with shrimp sticks, Szechuan baby back ribs, edamame, seafood pot sticker and more. Roasted macadamia nut mahi mahi and charbroiled beef short ribs are among the promising mains. A heavenly melting chocolate souffle highlights the final course. Choose the prix fixe menu of an appetizer, main course and dessert, and experience the Islands for an unbelievably low price. Roy's wine list is award-winning and is designed to enhance every dish and palate.
This Baltimore outpost of the Washington, DC - based chain is an open and modern dining space, popular amongst locals and visitors. With great views of the water, and a warm, welcoming environment, Lebanese Taverna makes a great destination for both dates and business. Family-style dining is encouraged as a part of the experience and prices are very affordable. Start with hommos and fresh, warm pita, then prepare yourself for flavorful and flaky Mediterranean Sea bass (the whole fish is served) with a side of fragrant Lebanese rice. Don't sell yourself short by skipping dessert - few things beat warm honey drenched donuts.
The Oceanaire Seafood Room shakes things up in the Harbor East restaurant scene with its retro Supper club decor. Located in the heart of Harbor East on Aliceanna street, the Oceanaire's name gives it away. This hot spot specializes in all things from the sea, serving up fresh fish flown in daily from around the world. One of Baltimore's best happy hour menus, the Oceanaire offers up a healthy selection of fish offerings, ranging from $5-$7. That coupled with $6 and $7 specialty martinis and drinks, and it will be hard for you to stop by the Oceanaire outside of happy hour.
Cinghiale, coining itself as the Modern Italian kitchen, does its best to create a healthy mix of elegant but authentic classic Italian cooking. The brain child of restaurateur Tony Foreman, Cinghiale offers pastas that are either hand-cut, house made or hand formed and prepared with love. Chef Julian Marucci prepares authentic regional Italian food from Northern and Central Italy, combining both classic Italian recipes and modern Italian cooking. The menu is split with offerings from either Grandma's Kitchen or fixed-price three-course meals. Your options don't end there - you can also choose to dine how you want. Enjoy Cinghiale in the elegant setting of the Osteria or dine in the more casual surroundings of the Enoteca, where you can raid the cellar every Tuesday for half-off bottles of wine.
Charleston is arguably Baltimore's number one restaurant. A Michelin starred establishment, the menu offers refined Southern-inspired dishes with a French flair. Fresh ingredients from local farmers help to deliver the best seasonal creations. Located in trendy and energetic Harbor East, the price tag for dinner at Charleston is not for the budget conscious. Portions are small and attention is paid to quality over quantity. Exquisite and original seafood and beef entrees are available as small plates for diners to enjoy 3, 4, 5 or 6 course meals, ranging from $76 to $111, not including wine. Charleston's offers a 600-bottle wine list and suggested pairings for each dish.