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A Baltimore Food Guide

A Baltimore Food Guide

We had such a fun 48 hours in Baltimore last week eating our way through the city. Of course, we have to share all of the spots we hit. It had been years since the last time we visited so we didn’t know what to expect. Wow were we blown away! This is a food tour worth making the trip for.

Ouzo Bay – Phew was this good! The lobster soup was unreal along with tuna and scallops. The lobster soup was NEXT LEVEL and we cannot stop dreaming about it.

Maximón – The mini crab cakes were next level, plus the tuna tacos and spicy margs! The interiors were beautifully decorated, major home inspiration. If you go on a sunny day, definitely eat outside, it looks absolutely beautiful.

Azumi – The sushi here was next level, a must! In the words of jas, “fresh never frozen”

Tagliata – Quite possibly the best pasta AND sauce we’ve ever had! Dreaming of the lobster ravioli and rigatoni alla vodka. If you’re allergic to gluten, they have you covered too! The GF pasta was delish.

The Bygone – Incredible views at the top of the Four Seasons Baltimore. Delicious bites, and perfect drinks. This was another spot that invigorated our love for interiors – very modern with a classic twist.

Monarque – We were lucky enough to experience an incredible drag show while enjoying great food and drinks. Mike even tried Wagyu for the first time in ten years!

Loch Bar – Absolutely next-level food! Seafood tower, lobster rolls, crab soup, all unreal! We have a secret to tell you…. Loch Bar is coming to Philly!!!

The Elk Room – Major speakeasy vibes. The perfect spot to end the night. No photos allowed, shhhhh

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