Thursday, November 15, 2018

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We've asked for recommendations from our own small stable of Marylanders (Marylandites?) and collected them for your trip planning.

Joan's Favs

Joan Carl, FCLB staff member and former Marylander (Marylandian?), recommends Lexington Market.  She tells us the two must-visit places there are Faidley Seafood (for the lump crab cakes) and Berger's Bakery (for the cookies).


Dr. Marc Gamerman is a past president of the Maryland Board and the FCLB District III Alternate Director.  Below is his list of restaurants to try.  You may want to plan a few extra days and bring your elastic-waisted pants.

Cafe Hon

When Dr. Gamerman recommended this place, we looked it up online.  We saw a flamingo with a beehive hairdo and looked no further.


1002 W. 36th St

Attman's Authentic New York Delicatessen
  Voted Baltimore's Best, Attman's is famous for its corned beef and real Jewish hot pastrami.
  410-563-2666 1019 Lombard St
Akbar Restaurant
  Fine Indian cuisine in a cozy, exotic atmosphere.
  410-539-0944 823 N. Charles St
Edo Sushi Inner Harbor
  Authentic Japanese food served fresh from the sushi bar and kitchen.


201 E. Pratt St #2075

Charleston Restaurant

Improvisational dining rooted in French fundamentals with a South Carolina influence. 


1000 Lancaster St.

Mt. Washington Tavern
  (off the light rail)  A comfortable neighborhood eatery with unique Baltimore ambience.


5700 Newbury St
Obrycki's Crab House & Seafood Restaurant

The Web site has detailed instructions (complete with pictures and a video demonstration) for how to eat a crab.  Might want to brush up now.

 410-732-6399     1727 E. Pratt St

Rusty Scupper
  Dr. Gamerman Reports a fabulous view of the harbor
  410-727-3678 402 Key Highway
Fogo De Chao
  Authentic Brazilian steakhouse
  410-528-9292 600 E. Pratt St.
Howl at the Moon

The famous dueling pianos bar in Baltimore


22 Market Place

Fells Point
  Take a water taxi to get there.  Enjoy cobbled stone streets and waterfront location.  An eclectic collection of stores and boutiques, charming pubs and restaurants.
Camden Yards
  Once a train station.  Now home to the Baltimore Orioles
Little Italy
  (Dr. Gamerman recommends that you take a taxi instead of driving as there is no parking)
  Fresh Italian-American cuisine in a "Very" Casual Eatery. 
  410-528-1096 231 S. High St
   Local seafood specials, delicious veal, and homemade specialties. 
  410-837-0309 237 S. High St
Da Mimmo's
  "Original family recipes handed down from generations past and creations gathered from chefs all over the world"   Also, check out their online store where you can purchase the owner's wife for $35 plus tax and shipping.
  410-727-6876 217 S. High St
  Specializing in homemade pastas and specialty dishes. 
  410-727-2667 901 Fawn St.


Julie's Favs

Julie Finn, FCLB staffer and native Marylander (Marylandan?), leads the cheer for Maryland Blue crab from Obrycki's and for Berger's famous cookies.

When in Baltimore, she likes to visit the Hard Rock Cafe, Sabatino's in Little Italy, and anywhere Cal Ripken, Jr. is rumored to have been spotted.

Julie also advises that you make time to check out the Hippodrome (AKA France-Merrick Performing Arts Center) which will be playing a run of the Phantom of the Opera during our visit.

Finally, when Julie returns home for a visit, she always makes a special trip down to the Inner Harbor to try on crab hats.


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