A wave of restaurants has brought food from around the globe to Charles Center and the Bromo Arts District -- Baltimore's two fastest-growing neighborhoods. Travel to Ethiopia at Tabor, India at Memsahib, France at Chez Hugo, or Mexico at La Calle and R&R Taqueria. Let your appetite lead you to Argentina, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, or Vietnam. And enjoy fusion cuisines with pan-Asian influences and the polyglot flavors of the American South. We can help you find just the right menu, whether you're planning a lunch meeting, happy hour, or night on the town. If you're looking for more dining suggestions, including reviews and chef's recipes, scroll down a bit for some insider tips. And for Downtown Food news brought straight to your in-box, sign up to receive the Dine Baltimore monthly email blast by clicking here.
Gangster Vegan was created to provide real organic integral unprocessed food to every community. The Federal Hill location offers organic, raw, vegan, juices, smoothies, and food. 100% Organic, no compromise.
Cajou Creamery, a plant-based ice cream company, is planning to debut its first-ever storefront in the Bromo District at 411 Howard St. in September. Can't wait that long? You don't have too. They offer Porch Drops of Cajou ice cream in Baltimore City, Towson and Catonsville.
Enjoy freshly baked and frosted cupcakes and cookies from Midnite Confection. On a daily basis, enjoy 12 feature cupcake flavors and 7 cookie flavors to choose from. Also available through orders are pull apart cakes, small cakes, mini cupcakes and custom decorations including fondant logo’s and special celebration cakes.
Wake up everyday and enjoy the delights of Saturday Morning Cafe. Order up a breakfast skillet. This one had sausage, egg, cheese, mushrooms, onions, grits and more. So much deliciousness in each bite.
Farmer's Markets across the city are back for the Summer season but might look a little different. Click the link below to learn what to expect while shopping at Farmers Markets in 2020.
There are many ways to support minority owned business in Baltimore. Consider ordering your next meal from local favorites like Connie's Chicken & Waffles, Ekiben, Gangster Vegan and more. Click "More" for the full list Black owned restaurants in Baltimore.
Magdalena, a seasonally inspired fine-dining restaurant, is both informal and thrilling, a culinary jewel of Baltimore. The cross-cultural menu is built upon the finest local ingredients, and changes with the seasons and the inspiration of the chef.
Craving a pizza boat and a side order of fries? Us too. Order delivery or #CurbsideBaltimore from the Mt. Vernon location call 443-501-4000 .
Connie's Chicken & Waffles waffles are so good, they noe have multiple locations in Downtown. Grab a bite at the Charles Street location, Lexington Market, and Broadway Market.
Lumbini's Indian & Nepalese cuisine is available for delivery and #curbsideBaltimore. Call 410-244-5556 for menu options.
Cinghiale (ching-GYAH-lay) - "Wild Boar" in Italian - celebrates the richness and style of the Italian table. The restaurant is designed
Lumbini Restaurant, located at 322 North Charles Street, Baltimore serves authentic Nepalese & Indian Cuisine on classic copper utensils. Lumbini offers
If you’ve ever wished you could re-create a dish you experienced at a local restaurant, you’re in luck. Baltimore Chefs sent us their favorite recipes on and off the menu and we are happy to share-just promise to save some for us.