From hand crafted street eats, to James Beard Award-winning chefs, Downtown’s restaurateurs are torchbearers for creative and diverse cuisine from all around the world.
Downtown Partnership of Baltimore and Visit Baltimore are organizing entities behind Baltimore Restaurant Week? Learn more here.
Chic decor, picturesque surroundings, and a lively atmosphere can go a long way in contributing to unforgettable dining experiences that keep us coming back for more. Explore our list of the vibiest establishments participating in Baltimore Restaurant Week.Continue Reading
520 Park Ave
A revamped city space and Baltimore’s finest foodie destination! Creating a vibrant new place for community and small businesses to thrive and grow, this space was created to protect the heritage of the Mount Vernon community, while still creating something modern and fun.
1065 S. Charles St
Located in the heart of Federal Hill and open daily, offering indoor dining, carryout and delivery. One of the USA's oldest public markets, built in 1846 to serve the growing area of South Baltimore and recently renovated in 2018/2019.
400 W Lexington St
Currently undergoing major renovations, Historic Lexington Market is a taste of Baltimore you can’t find anywhere else. It’s local people making local food, incorporating local favorites with flavors from all around the world. It’s diverse, it’s unique, it’s Baltimore.
1640 Aliceanna St
One of the first public markets in Baltimore, dating back to 1786. Renovated in recent years, today, you'll find dishes like chicken and waffles from Connie's, local ice cream from Taharka, and much more.
101 W Lexington St
A new concept for healthy, handmade, Peruvian food. Now serving the best empanadas and Peruvian bowls in Baltimore.
333 N Charles St
Leveling up the hotdog game and making food fun again! Sporty Dog Creations is a mom and daughter team with a passion for food and sports. Putting these two things together, they launched their build-your-own hotdog concept earlier this year.
44 South St
Crafty Crab offers fresh seafood and authentic Cajun recipes. They pride themselves in their Southern charm and friendly, welcoming atmosphere.
1701 N Charles St
Alma has a new home in Station North. The Alma concept is about culture. At Alma’s heart is an open arepa bar, along with a superb menu inspired by Venezuelan culinary roots using contemporary techniques.
109 Market Place
A small, independent restaurant specializing in sandwiches and bread that takes a purist’s approach to food, but remains inclusive and unpretentious. Owner Gerald Koh believes “Bread matters.”
800 St Paul St
San Pablo Street Tacos is a hip little taco spot serving Baltimore’s iconic Mount Vernon neighborhood. Serving delicious Mexican bites and drinks at an affordable price.
1302 Fleet St
Curated by Award-winning Executive Chef, Saon Brice, Blk Swan offers a uniquely crafted, “New American” menu, which features exciting, tasty, and comfortable food options presented in a creative culinary approach.
2400 Boston St
The HalfSmoke project features a unique and complex foodservice design, combining elements of a quick-service restaurant, café, and gastro pub. Explore
2 E Wells St #116
New Latin-Caribbean Fusion Restaurant located in South Baltimore, near Riverside Park.