The city has a unique allure to it, and some things, like feeling the breeze on your face as you stroll along the Inner Harbor and stocking up on crab cakes like it’s the end of the world, are essential experiences to have here. Whatever you’re into, we have compiled a list of attractions and restaurants in the area.
Baltimore’s culinary scene is a must-visit for food lovers destination, nationally recognized by definitive culinary travel outlets. While the city will always be known for its fresh crabs and Chesapeake specialties, a melting pot of cultural flavors has emerged alongside a growing craft beer and cocktail scene. Dining spots range from casual pubs to lavish waterfront restaurants offering five-course meals – and everything in between. If you are the more adventurous type, sink your teeth in the Mac + Cheese + Chocolate at Jack’s Bistro, sip the Japanese iced coffee at Artifact, or chomp on the pumpkin appetizer at the Helmand.
Baltimore offers something for everyone; stroll around the Inner Harbor, get out to the ballgame in the Oriole Park at Camden Yards, tour a craft brewery like the Heavy Seas, throw back the harder stuff like Sagamore Spirit Distillery in Port Convington, listen to live music at Rams Head Live, or trace America’s story at Fort McHenry, the site of the battle that inspired Maryland-born Francis Scott Key to write the “Star-Spangled Banner”.
Summer in Baltimore can be delightful with the ocean breezes helping keep the humid temps in control. Evening temperatures can be cool and may require a light sweater. Summers average in June are mid 80s F and overnight are mid 60s F.