As a transplant to the Baltimore area I have traveled near and far exploring the region. Here are some photos of my favorite areas and places from my travels around this city by the Chesapeake Bay.
When in search of good food in Baltimore one does not have to travel far. Chicken Rico does Peruvian chicken as good-as-it-gets. The beans and rice are stellar too.
Downtown Baltimore is immensely pedestrian friendly. I’ve walked this area many times and love this view.
On a Inner Harbor cruise I shot this bridge photo. It was a fine day for a 3 hour cruise to the Key Bridge and back.
Being married to a Japanese wife helps me know good sushi and Japanese food. Azumi has the best of both in Baltimore plus a great happy hour. Pier Six Pavillion is just across Falls Creek. On concert nights book a table at Azumi and you can hear the music from their outdoor patio, plus have parking taken care of!
Thames St. has several decent restaurants. My favorite seafood place is Thames St. Oyster House where their 5 pound stuffed lobster is the ultimate seafood dish in the city.
Little Italy has a concentration of good Italian restaurants, but my go-to place for pasta etc is Cinghiale just a few blocks away near the water in East Harbor. In 7 years of eating there we have never had a bad meal and chef Julian Marucci cooks up some of the best mushroom dishes in the city.
Like any city there is good and bad. I chose to show off the good and let others yak about the bad. Life is too short to complain!