Nestled by the serene waters of the Middle Branch Patapsco River, Nick's Fish House is a relaxed spot to devour succulent seafood in a convivial setting. The waterfront eatery is a popular Federal Hill spot, also famous as the city's only pier bar that overlooks the beautiful Hanover Street Bridge. Nicks's offers an expansive menu of coastal preparations, letting its guests choose from traditional dishes like fish and chips or sample more exotic favorites such as Pan-Seared Rockfish or San Francisco Style Cioppino. Stop in for a memorable family dinner, or walk in early evening to enjoy their happy hours, as you soak in some composed vistas over the river dock. With such an unbeatable location and delectable seafood, it comes as no surprise that Nick's is honored as one of Maryland's top 5 eateries to devour crab specialties.
The Rusty Scupper is a casual, yet lively seafood restaurant located on the waterfront, where the breathtaking views of the harbor are sure to leave you impressed. On the menu, the usual Chesapeake Bay favorites can all be found, from crabs to scallops, it doesn't scream Baltimore any more than this. On certain nights, there is live piano entertainment to add a little romance to this exquisite eatery. Open for lunch, dinner, and Sunday brunch, it is one of the best seafood spots in Fells Point.
Combining beautiful views of Inner Harbor with the best of contemporary American cuisine, Watertable is a fantastic restaurant pick for a special occasion. The cuisine is mostly seafood, including some of the best fish and chips you'll find in the city. The lemon ricotta gnocchi, served with fresh seasonal vegetables, is a luscious vegetarian option. There is an tasty selection of desserts and the cocktails are known for their inventiveness. Reservations are recommended.
Kona Grill is a family restaurant located at a close proximity to the Baltimore Convention center. Besides the usual lunch and dinner menu, the place is famous for a variety of traditional sushi rolls and craft cocktails available on happy hours. The outdoor patio area is beautifully maintained giving a comfortable dining experience to the guests all year round. Full service catering orders are accepted. Visit the website for a detailed menu.
Opened in 2015, Abbey Burger Fells Point is the third outpost of the popular Federal Hill eatery. If you have a hankering for burgers, this is the go-to place. Spread across two levels, catch the latest in sports at any of their 26 television screens. Done up in wood and bricks, the massive wrought iron chandelier is an eye catcher. Build your own burger or dig into their creative ones. Start off with appetizers like Waffle Fry Nachos, Alligator Bites and Crab Tots. Nosh on their burgers such as Southwest Bison Burger, Blackened Shrimp Burger, Baltimore Burger and Spicy Korean Duck Burger. They even have options for vegans and vegetarians. The bar has 40 craft beers on tap that keeps on rotating. Tipple on your favorite brew during happy hours.
Soak in some picturesque views of the Bear Creek docks with an epicurean meal at the Hard Yacht Cafe. A Dundalk tradition since the year 2006, the cozy spot is nestled by the serene waters of Bear Creek and features a relaxed vibe, complete with comfy deck chairs and dining tables. Its scenic vistas aside, Hard Yacht Cafe offers an exhaustive menu of lunch, dinner and breakfast specialties. Hop in for a scrumptious morning meal of mellow pancakes, omelets and the classic French toasts, or walk in for a relaxed lunch comprising some piquant crab soups, shrimp steamers, steak platters and more.
If you are in the mood for traditional Cajun and Creole style seafood dishes, Bubba Gump Shrimp Co. is the place to come to. Part of a countrywide chain of seafood restaurants, the place serves dishes based on lobster and shrimp although the clam chowder, the seafood gumbo and several other traditional Southern style dishes make use of other fish and seafood ingredients as well. The interior is welcoming and cozy with bright red and blue chairs, framed signs and photos on the walls and a view of the inner harbor from the patio. The location of the restaurant makes it equally popular with tourists and locals.
Nestled in the confines of the Four Seasons Hotel, Azumi offers scintillating seafood dishes crafted with precision. While the tall windows of this chic space offer splendid harbor views, the seafood is nothing less than exemplary. Chef Eiji Takase selects his fish from Tokyo fish markets before infusing them with his culinary genius. Meanwhile another native from Japan, Akis, sculpts delectable pastries to fill sweet voids. All this paired with a curated collection of sake and Japanese whiskey is certain to make your night an eventful one.
With locations all over America, The Oceanaire Seafood Room is known for its fantastic cuisine. The upscale restaurant is reminiscent of a vintage transatlantic ocean liner. The beautiful Oyster bar and glamorous dining area, transport to you a sophisticated era gone by. The restaurant is known for the amazing fact that it has fresh fish flown in from all over the world each day! Try the seasonal specialties like the Stuffed Gray Sole or the yummy Jumbo Lump Crab Cakes. Share the mammoth sized side dishes like the Sour Cream and Onion Mashed Potatoes. Loosen your belt if you have to but try the delicious desserts. The meal may be heavy on your wallet but it's said that it is worth shelling out for this delicious meal!