After a tiring day of sightseeing, a visit to the Power Plant is exactly what you need. The multiplex offers an array of dining and entertainment options. For dinner, choose from steak, Italian, Cuban and more. Several bars line the venue, tempting you to hop in and out. Some clubs hold stand up comedy shows too. Parties and concerts featuring popular bands are held on sunny summer evenings. Most of them have free entry! Come and experience the energy at this entertainment powerhouse.
With a seasonal menu with options like savory peach tarts, pork belly banh mi, cherry tomato and watermelon salad and steamed mussels, it's easy to see why this tavern is a local favorite. However one item that never leaves the menu is their famed crosstown burger, with add-on options like a fried egg and bacon. Located in the Hamilton neighborhood of Baltimore, this aptly named establishment features the dim lighting, exposed brick and elbow-touching, close knit wooden tables associated with taverns. The beer selection is on the smaller side, but is filled with quality brews.
Rated one of the top restaurants in Baltimore, Peter's Inn is located in the historic waterfront neighborhood of Fells Point. The decidedly American menu changes almost nightly due to the kitchens use of the freshest ingredients possible. Locals know to arrive early to grab seats since they don't accept reservations, and that the best ones are outside. Their half price wine Wednesday nights are a huge hit.
This gastropub located in the Canton area of Baltimore is known for its creative cocktails and excellent brew list. Sparse on decor, Of Love and Regret pub features exposed brick walls and duct work in a typical Baltimore row house. The black chalkboard displays the pubs rotating list of drafts, while the menu offers patrons upscale tavern fare with small plates perfect for sharing, hearty entrees and a bevy of appetizers, sandwiches and burgers.
Nestled in the Canton area of Baltimore, Annabel Lee Tavern is a local favorite named after a well known poem by the city's own Edgar Allen Poe. The cuisine is a level above the usual tavern fare, with mouth-watering dishes like the goat cheese fruit plate, pan seared duck breast, rosemary beef tenderloin gyro and a select number of gourmet desserts. According to some, the best part of their menu is the Poe themed cocktail list and variety of local brews. Whether you're coming here for a date with that special someone or just to grab a bite to eat with friends, Annabel Lee Tavern is sure to hit the spot.
Being a casual diner doesn't mean being mediocre, and Frank & Nic's West End Grille sets high standards as a friendly eatery. Adding a sports bar scene, the vibe of this spacious restaurant is cozy, best for enjoying the match on the television. Unwind with friends over some drinks and classic American bar food. Have some sliders, burgers, mac and cheese, some entrees that make for a delicious meal. A good vegetarian selection attracts the vegetarian crowd around the neighborhood as well. The drink menu includes cocktails, beer and wine. Frank & Nic's West End Grille is a great venue for private parties. Get in touch with the management for more information.
Luna Del Sea is an ideal venue for casual dining with family or friends. Choose to sit indoors amidst the chirpy pink-and-white setting—the outdoor seating is a good option on warm days under the bright umbrellas, and for people-watching at night. The varied menu features an array of tasty preparations—sandwiches, soups, salads, beef dishes and seafood are all available. Kids have a separate menu, and students can avail a 10 percent discount on producing an ID card. Enjoy to the fullest during the Happy hours! The occasional live entertainment enlivens this place!
Located just minutes away from Camden Yards, if you are looking for wine instead of beer before the game, then Corner Bistro has your poison. It's actually located in the quaint neighborhood named Ridgely's Delight and since the restaurant's entrance does not look very different from the residential homes that flank it, visitors oftentimes walk right past it. Inside, the space has intimate tables, dim lighting and a menu that highlights local Baltimore favorites like crab cakes or chowder. The bistro is known for its sandwiches, try the Baltimorean, it consists of two giant crab cakes stuffed between some crusty bread, then topped with lettuce, tomato and a lemon-herb tartar. It is excellent, all you need is the right white wine from Spain, Portugal or California to enhance your meal.
There are so many things to do and places to see in Federal Hill, from dancing to dining, there is a locale for everyone. If you want to taste some tapas and sit with friends around a hookah, then Zeeba Lounge is the spot. The menu features soups, salads and Mediterranean 'Mahzeh' like hummus, dolma, curried meatballs and Spanikopita. The beverage selection includes teas, Zeeba's signature sour cherry cocktail and some potent Turkish coffee. Additionally, you can bring your own beverage for a nominal corkage fee.
When dining in Federal Hill you have your choice of restaurants, from Mexican food at Blue Agave to traditional Chesapeake Bay fare at Ryleigh's, in this neighborhood you are bound to find something. When a hankering for Japanese food strikes, try the carefully prepared meals at Brothers Sushi. Here, the menu is extensive, where you can start with traditional appetizers like gyoza and tempura then move on to entrees like Teriyaki chicken, Udon noodles, Tonkatsu (pork cutlet) and more. The specialty sushi rolls are spectacular, the Jade Roll with Tuna, Salmon and White Tuna is massive while the Tokyo Roll fuses mango and spicy salmon perfectly.