August 2nd, 2019
If you’re tired of what’s in the pantry, you’re
in luck because Maryland’s food scene is one of the best yet. Last year, Thrillist
named Baltimore as a part of “The Best Food City in Every State.” From the
Inner Harbor to Fells Point, there is delicious food around every corner.
With that in mind, August 2nd through 11th is restaurant week, so it’s the perfect time to start your dining adventure. For the entire week, enjoy lunch menus from $12-20 and dinner menus from $20-35 at all participating restaurants. Almost 100 dining destinations are excited to participate, so you can expand your plate and try something new—right in our city! It’s all brought to you by Downtown Partnership, Visit Baltimore, and Open Table.
Here are some participating restaurants that you
can’t miss, right around the corner from Spinnaker Bay.
Bar Vaquez, 1425 Aliceanna St.
If you’re looking for a place to start, with $35
dinners, Bar Vasquez is serving up Latin American cuisine. With their entrées
of Dorado a la Plancha and Bucatini Pasta, it’s the perfect opportunity to
enjoy a fancy dinner at a not-so-fancy price.
Cinghiale, 822 Lancaster St.
If you’re looking for something more
traditionally Italian, Cinghiale is the place for you. They have perfectly
chosen wine pairings in an all-Italian atmosphere. While you are trying their
Pan Roasted Icelandic Cod or Pollo alla Matonne, sip some wine and have your
car parked with complementary valet.
The Oceanaire Seafood Room, 801 Aliceanna St.
In the mood for some seafood? The Oceanaire
Seafood Room might be your next stop. Their three-course dinner is only $35 and
includes Seafood Cioppnio and Maryland’s favorite Chesapeake Bay-style crab
cakes. This restaurant has even won Wine Spectator’s Award of Excellence, so
grab your favorite wine pairing while you are there.
Tried everything in Harbor East? Here are some
other restaurant options around the city.
Twist Fells Point, 723 S. Broadway
Twist Fells Point has something for all Mediterranean food lovers. From Beet and Goat-cheese salad to a Fells Lamb Burger, enjoy their $15 lunch and $33 dinners during restaurant week.
La Calle, 10 South St.
Finally, if you are searching for some traditional Mexican food, La Calle is serving up some of its freshest Mexican favorites. Their menu includes Ceviche de Pescado, Coho Salmon and La Calle Flan to finish it all off. Lunches are $15 and dinners are $35 and include on complementary Margarita.
These are only a few of the many places participating in restaurant week. For more information on what restaurants are participating and what they are serving, visit the Baltimore Restaurant Week website.