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First Trip to Baltimore, what to see and do? What restaurant is good fine dining to celebrate our 35th anniversary?

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Husband and I are planning our first visit to Baltimore this weekend, to celebrate our 35th anniv. We want to go to a nice romantic restaurant that has great food on Monday night, where should we go?? We are staying in Fells point and will be there for 3 days. What sightseeing should we do during the day and where to eat for lunch and dinner, especially for seafood... Thanks

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  1. We just celebrated our 30th at Charlestons and it was wonderful

    1. Yes, you 100% should celebrate your anniversary at Charleston. It is the best our city has to offer. As for a great seafood dinner, check out the Black Olive, which is in Fell's Point. You will not be dissapointed!

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      Black Olive
      814 S. Bond Street, Baltimore, MD 21231

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      1. re: stephanieg

        Third for Charleston. Here's a review I wrote of it back in March: http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/695626

        I went to Kali's Court a few months ago and wasn't overly impressed. It wasn't bad, but there was nothing particularly interesting about it either.

        Duda's is a charming little corner bar with a good crabcake.

        1. re: JonParker

          Charleston is wonderful. Heard good things about saomeplace, I think called Woodberry Kitchen?

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          Woodberry Kitchen
          2010 Clipper Park Rd # 126, Baltimore, MD

      2. make sure you check to see if restaurants are open. many close on Mondays
        other choices other than Charleston and Black Olive include Chingale and Tio Pepe

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        Black Olive
        814 S. Bond Street, Baltimore, MD 21231

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        1. re: dining with doc

          I also recommend Cinghiale for an anniversary. I celebrated mine at a table in the corner of the Osteria, with windows on both sides. Very romantic.

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          Cinghiale
          822 Lancaster Street, Baltimore, MD 21202

        2. Yes Charlestons is open Mondays that is one of the reasons why we went there Was at Black Olive a few months ago and loved it. I would skip Kali's

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          Black Olive
          814 S. Bond Street, Baltimore, MD 21231