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Inner Harbor report (part 1of 3) - average spots.

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Inner Harbor report (part 1of 3) - average spots.

Ace Mclean | Mar 15, 2004 09:20 AM

Thanks again for all the suggestions. We ate out 4 times (just had fruit for breakfast), and were able to squeeze in 2 of the recent suggestions, and checked out some others with plans to return later. Not sure what the word limit is here, so I'll just break it up into 3 steps. Future visits will include stops at the Wharf Rat, Soigne, Joy America, and some of the "neighborhoods" that we just could't get to this time.

McKenna's:
We arrived late Friday night, it was dark, we were unfamiliar, this place was in our Holiday Inn. Overall, it was passable for a hotel rest, but I wouldn't make any extra effort to go there. Staff was friendly, but the kitchen was slow and the menu small.

Johnny Rocket's:
50's style burger joint located in the Harborplace mall. Nothing earth shattering, but I suppose it's worth 14 bucks for a tasty burger, beefy chili dog, onion rings, and 2 sodas.

Now on to the real fun...

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