Birthplace of Natty Boh beer and epicenter of blue crab drenched in Old Bay seasoning, Baltimore has a unique food culture: a little Southern, a little urban, and a little artsy. Get recommendations from our community for the best restaurants for pizza, farm-to-table cuisine, and views of the Inner Harbor.

Not All Guinness Is Made in Ireland: 5 Surprising Facts About the Official Suds of St. Patrick’s Day

Having left behind the green face paint and “Kiss Me I’m Irish” buttons of morally dubious St. Patrick’s Days past, perhaps this year you’re thinking of simply settling in for a quiet pint of Guinness...

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Lithuanian Sausage in Baltimore?

by JB 16 years ago

Does anyone sell Lithuanian Sausage in Baltimore? When I was a kid we would have it at holidays. It was called dashiti - although I'm not confident about the spelling.

Help with a Baltimore favorite - the shrimp cheesesteak

by scotdc 8 years ago

People of Baltimore, I need your help. Looking around for my upcoming trip to Charm City, I came across something I had never heard of - the shrimp cheesesteak. I see this on various sandwich sh...

Trader Joe’s-YAY/MEH/NAY Thread May 2018 [Old]

by fldhkybnva 2 years ago

From April showers come May flowers. A new Fearless Flyer is out and as they say "at Trader Joe’s, shopping is a picnic, every day." What items have you tried recently and would you rate them a ...

Brunch Recommendations near Johns Hopkins Hospital

by Indy 67 1 year ago

Several people are coming from different cities for a 1:30 PM meeting at Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center (Johns Hopkins Hospital). Specifically, that building is on N. Broadway and near O...

Sicilian Tuna Salad from Donna's

by BaltimoreCooks 1 year ago

What's in Donna's Sicilian tuna salad? I don't want to copy their recipe but I'd like to make something similar. It's been 15 years since I had that tuna salad and I'm still thinking about it! (...

Need Baltimore style kidney stew recipe

by AlLipscomb 10 years ago

Kidney stew and waffles were a staple for breakfast during the late 40's and early 50's, at least in my neighborhood. My mother use to make it ever so often, along with brains and eggs. I have been...

Looking for a great Baltimore Restaurant for 30-35

by larspeart 2 years ago

Greetings to all my wonderful Chowhounders! I host a dinner at an annual conference (that takes place in a different city every year) and it is in Baltimore this year. This is for my firm's top-t...

Trader Joe’s YAY/MEH/NAY - February 2018 [Old]

by fldhkybnva 2 years ago

Happy February, we're moving right along through 2018! Punxsutawney Phil will soon let us know whether we should prepare for more of this insane weather or look forward to warmer weather. It may be...

Where to get banh mi bread? (vietnamese bread rolls) in Baltimore

by zubindu 2 years ago

I am at sixes and sevens on this. I have looking, been to two hmarts and did a bunch of internet searches? Anyone have any good ideas? Thanks for the help.

Berger Cookies may be victim of trans-fat ban

by Just Visiting 6 years ago

Personally, I've never liked Berger Cookies or understood their appeal, but for those who love them - beware. If the FDA goes ahead with the transfat ban, Berger Cookies as you know and love them m...

Padded oysters in Baltimore

by ko1 12 years ago

St. Francis on Harford Rd. is offering padded oysters for the end of Lent for pick-up March 14th, ready to be fried up at home. The price is $12 a dozen approximately and they must be ordered in a...

Baltimorians! Restaurant reccos

by GoudaGruyere 2 years ago

Coming into town for a 3 day weekend in February. Where should we eat? Maybe a fine dining recco and a couple general awesome food reccos? What should we not miss? (Also, cocktails.) Thank you Than...

Chowhound Locations Matching World Map Structure

The Chowhound Team
by The Chowhound Team 2 years ago

Last week, we launched a feature that allows you to add places to your Chowhound discussions—new and old—posted on Restaurants & Bars and Chain Restaurants worldwide on Desktop https://www.chowhoun...

Fresh Sardines?

by emmiesix 2 years ago

Very simple: I love grilled fresh sardines. I eat them every day whenever I go to Greece in the summer. I know I'm not going to get fresh-fresh sardines here (I don't think), but the only place ...

Points south remains an astonishing revelation in Baltimore for spicy south of the border food.

John Talbott
by John Talbott 2 years ago

I cannot find a recent thread, so they told me to start another one. Bryson's Points South is an astonishing presentation of products, spices, cooking and variety. People ask me why I don't e...

post-engagement dinner in Baltimore

by do_e_decimal 9 years ago

I'm planning to take my girlfriend to a nice dinner in Baltimore after I propose to her. I read great things about Woodberry Kitchen. Was also considering Charleston (but that might be too expensi...

Fresh haddock and a good fish market in Baltimore

by ConsApi 2 years ago

We're up in Maine right now enjoying haddock -- baked and fried -- Mmm, some fried haddock sandwiches we got at a little seafood shack in Rye Beach New Hampshire on the way up, and a really grea...

Weekend anniversary getaway from Baltimore

by stevehollx 2 years ago

Looking for a place for two foodies celebrating our first anniversary to get away for a 3-day weekend on Labor Day. We were eyeing going to Alinea in Chicago, but didn't time the reservation pro...

Baltimore hot dog

by chuck98 3 years ago

Hi there, I'll be in Baltimore for a couple of days and want to pick up whatever hot dog is the local specialty. I've been looking for a half-smoke without much luck (I had a great one in DC an...

Chow around Goucher?

by lemons 3 years ago

Coming in the last weekend in July for a graduation. Is there anything particularly remarkable near Towson? Compounding my problem is that I'm leading a pack that includes a couple of vegetarians. ...