(Closed) Baltimore for the Weekend….

posted 7 years ago in Baltimore
Post # 3
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: March 2012

If you want to stay indoors, check out the aquarium or the science center.  How much do you want to spend on dinner?  A famous place downtown is Phillips.  It just recently moved to near the Hard Rock Cafe.  My favorite place down there is the Cheesecake Factory, but idk how you feel about chains.  It’s not going to be too cold this weekend, so a stroll around the Inner Harbor would be nice.  Hope you have a good trip!

Post # 4
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Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: October 2012

@Seaside: Love the aquarium.  =)  FI took me there for my 22nd birthday.  It was awesome.

Post # 5
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: May 2011

Inner Harbor is nice to walk around, as long as the weather is ok.  If you walk around the harbor, you’ll get to pass a lot of cool places, like the Constellation (an old military ship that’s docked at the harbor and gives tours), the Science Center, the aquarium (which has some outdoor exhibits), Hard Rock Cafe, and lots of little gift stores.

There’s a huge variety of good food downtown.  For a fancy/expensive meal, we like The Capital Grille and Roy’s, for cheap but tasty sushi, Asahi sushi in Fell’s Point is wonderful, and for tapas and sangria, La Tasca is right on the harbor and has a great happy hour.  There’s also some decent chains, like Cheesecake Factory and Five Guys, right on the water.  Have fun!

Post # 6
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Busy Beekeeper
  • Wedding: October 2011 - Bed & Breakfast

Do you have Fogo de Chao in your area? If not, and you eat meat, you should go to the Baltimore location. Om nom nom. If you like good Spanish tapas and don’t mind a short cab ride, Adela in the Fells Point neighborhood is amazing. For mediterranean tapas,  Mezze, also in Fells Point, is super yummy. If you like Italian pastries, go to Vaccaros in the Little Italy neighborhood. If a French bakery is more your thing, Patisserie Poupon is a good bet.

Funky museum must see- the American Visionary Arts museum

Traditional art museums with worthwhile collections- Baltimore Museum of Art and the Walters Art Gallery

The Mt, Vernon neighborhood has some gorgeous old buildings. So if you like architecture, that’s a nice area for a stroll.

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