Although Baltimore is known for its fresh seafood, thanks to Chesapeake Bay, there are restaurants to satisfy nearly every craving from gourmet continental to ethnic. Here is a list of favorites frequented by discerning locals and visitors alike.
Bertha's at 734 South Broadway (410-327-5795) known for its plump, tender and steamed mussels, served with various sauces, and fresh seafood entrees. Enjoy afternoon tea (by reservation only) served with baked goodies.
The Black Olive at 814 S. Bond Street (410-276-7141) serves whole grilled seafood, Mediterranean style, filleted at the table. Other Greek specialties include Village Pie, grilled Octopus Salad, Grilled Sardines in Grape Leaves, Mussels in Ouzo, and Makaronada. Located in Old Fells Point.
Fleming's Prime Steakhouse and Wine Bar at 720 Aliceanna Street (410-332-1666) where you can feast on a 20 oz. Bone-In New York Strip, Australian Lamb Chops, or seafood. The wine bar boasts more than 100 wines by the glass.
Ikaros Restaurant at 4805 Eastern Avenue (410-633-3750) serves authentic Greek dishes in generous portions. Dishes include braised meats and Ikaros Seafood In Phyllo. This restaurant has been in business since 1969.
Marconi's Restaurant at 106 W. Saratoga Street (410-727-9522) serves continental cuisine. The menu includes three types of sweetbreads and Lobster Cardinale.
Rusty Scupper - Baltimore at 402 Key Highway (410-727-3678) where you can enjoy a Jazz Brunch every Sunday from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. Dinner entrees include fresh seafood, beef and pasta. Bar and pool tables upstairs.
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