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Most romantic Sat dinner spot in Baltimore

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jhnryall May 13, 2008 08:38 AM

Looking to celebrate an anniversary a short cab ride or so away from inner harbor. Need a very romantic setting (and good food of course!)

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  1. bawlmeroryuls RE: jhnryall May 13, 2008 08:48 AM

    Bicycle, Cinghiale, Henninger's, Salt, Pazo for a drink, or maybe one of the Kali's places because they allow for a stroll by the water in Fells Point before or after.

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      laura d RE: bawlmeroryuls May 13, 2008 09:41 AM

      2nd Kali's Court. Sit outside on the terrace, its really cute out there and romantic!

    2. MBlair RE: jhnryall May 13, 2008 11:16 AM

      Pazo for the food and NYC atmosphere, but I wouldn't call it "very romantic." I would recommend heading to Mt. Vernon to Sotto Sopra or Ixia.

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        rudmansjmu RE: jhnryall May 13, 2008 11:18 AM

        If you like Indian food, the Ambassador is a beautiful setting. Ask to sit outside..the gardens are magical!
        http://www.ambassadordiningroom.com/m...

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          venera RE: jhnryall May 14, 2008 07:44 AM

          I have always found Abacrombie very romantic. The smooth service and divine food don't hurt. :)

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            SGI RE: venera May 14, 2008 09:18 AM

            I agree with venera - Abacrombie is romantic and it is veeery quiet which I prefer for a romantic evening. Also consider Charleston and request the wine room. I wouldn't scratch Watertable off the list as the views and food are incredible - especially since it sounds like you're lodging in the Inner Harbor area. If you go to Bicycle, definitely ask to sit outside on the back porch/terrace. For Italian, skip Boccacio's and head to Aldo - the wine list is great.

            And, lastly, please let us know where you decide to go! I always like to hear back.

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            maddogg280 RE: jhnryall May 14, 2008 09:31 AM

            I completely agree with Bicycle. The back patio is magical.
            No one has mentioned Corks in Federal Hill. I like that place- good food, good wine, though I might be partial because I've had unplanned romantic times there.
            If you are willing to ride north a bit, I also recommend Brasserie Tatin near the Homewood campus of JHU. Ask for a banquet seat when you make the reservation- you can hold hands through dinner! LOVE THAT!

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