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

cwashing Jun 17, 2010 07:40 PM

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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    sas RE: cwashing Jun 18, 2010 04:08 AM

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

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      stephanieg RE: cwashing Jun 18, 2010 06:53 AM

      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!

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

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        JonParker RE: stephanieg Jun 18, 2010 07:04 AM

        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.

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          Pool Boy RE: JonParker Jun 18, 2010 07:35 AM

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

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

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        dining with doc RE: cwashing Jun 18, 2010 07:56 AM

        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

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

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          bordeauxfan RE: dining with doc Jun 18, 2010 09:10 AM

          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.

          822 Lancaster Street, Baltimore, MD 21202

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          sas RE: cwashing Jun 18, 2010 09:27 AM

          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

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

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