Lunch in the Inner Harbor

Old Aug 14th, 2003, 05:35 AM
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Lunch in the Inner Harbor

We are all set for this weekend to attend the Yankees vs. Orioles game (we are from NJ) and since we will be having dinner at the park, we are looking for a great place to have a semi-romantic lunch. Nothing too fancy, we dont want to have to dress up, but a great meal we can remember. I have been to the Inner Harbor many times but cant seem to remember where we've eaten.
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Old Aug 14th, 2003, 12:25 PM
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I would take the water taxi over to Fells Point and go to either the Black Olive or Kali's Court. They have wonderful fresh seafood - none of the gross fried stuff you will find at some places around the Harbor. You will want to wear something nicer than cutoff jeans but I dont' think you will have to dress up.
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Old Aug 14th, 2003, 08:59 PM
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only 2 places to have decent food and not dress up much is cheese cake factory or phillips seafood. or if u wanna take the water taxi to fell point (10 min ride) and im sure the drivers will tell where to go, etc...
 
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I kind of like the water taxi idea to Fells Point. One of my favorites over there is John Steven -- it's a landmark, right on the corner of Thames and Fell. Great casual atmosphere, innovative seafood dishes, and a good selection of quality microbrews.

Have fun!
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You can take the water taxi over to Fells point but that is an over done area. This is area is overcrowded with bars and with colleges back in town will be swamped with college kids.

You should go into Federal Hill. IMHO, has better resturants and bars. Closer to the ball park and homey, more romantic feel. There are ton of resturants in the area.
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