Welcome to Baltimore: A Newcomer's Eating Tour
©Jordan August Photography
Photo By: JihoNation.com ©JihoNation.com
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Welcome to Baltimore
“Crab cakes and football — that’s what Maryland does!” Any Marylanders roaming outside the Old Line State have likely heard the Wedding Crashers line hollered their way. It’s true that Baltimore is good at those things, but there’s so much more that merits mentioning — and eating. Maryland’s largest city is a way-underrated food town, one with accessible traditions, strong chefs and a palpable sense of slightly off-kilter pride. It’s pretty easy to let Charm City charm you, as long as you show up hungry.
Images courtesy of the restaurants (Artifact Coffee, The Food Market, Woodberry Kitchen), Jordan August Photography (Union Craft Brewing), Michael Costello (Ale Mary's), Jihonation (Papermoon Diner), Christopher Keegan (Jimmy's Famous Seafood), Drew Lazor (Hanoori Town, Matthew’s Pizza, Pioneer Pit Beef), Rare Bird Photography (Abbey Burger Bistro).