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Harborplace and the Gallery

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Inside two glass-enclosed marketplaces are a plethora of shops and eateries: the Light Street Pavilion has two stories of food courts and restaurants, and the Pratt Street Pavilion is dedicated mainly to retail stores. More than a dozen restaurants, including Edo Sushi, Phillips, and Tir Na Nog, offer waterfront dining, and such local specialty shops as Best of Baltimore and Maryland Bay Company carry interesting souvenirs. In summer, performers entertain at an outdoor amphitheater between the two pavilions, and paddleboats are available for rent south of the Pratt Street building. A skywalk from the Pratt Street Pavilion leads to The Gallery, a four-story shopping mall with 70 more shops, including Bebe, J. Crew, Coach, and Godiva Chocolatiers.

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  • Address: 100 Pratt St., Inner Harbor, Baltimore, MD 21202 | Map It
  • Phone: 410/332–4191
  • Hours: Mon.–Sat. 10–9, Sun. 11–7. Harborplace and the Gallery have extended summer hrs; some restaurants open earlier for breakfast, and most close late
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  • Location: Inner Harbor/Downtown

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    You could spend a whole day...

    With so much to do within a 5-minute walk of this shopping area it is a easy choice for a base of operations. Plenty of world-class food, attractions, and shopping will keep you entertained for hours. Plenty of parking nearby makes it extremely easy to get to - and don't forget to visit before your visit to Oriole Park at Camden Yards for an Orioles game.

    by kiwanji, 7/31/07

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