Baltimore

Baltimore isn't the biggest shopping town, but it does have some malls and good stores here and there. Harbor East, along the Inner Harbor, is quickly becoming the place to indulge in retail therapy. Some interesting shops can be found along Charles Street in Mount Vernon and along Thames Street in Fells Point. Hampden has a few fun shops, particularly for furnishings and vintage items.

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  • 1. Broadway Market

    Fells Point | Food/Candy

    Broadway Market has many stalls with fresh fruit, prepared foods, a raw bar, and baked goods that can be eaten at counters or taken outside...Read More

  • 2. Cross Street Market

    Federal Hill | Food/Candy

    Cross Street Market has stands selling produce, sandwiches, steamed crab, and baked items. Cross Street is open late on Friday and Saturday...Read More

  • 3. Lexington Market

    Downtown | Food/Candy

    The city's oldest and largest public market, Lexington Market has more than 150 vendors selling meat, produce, seafood, baked goods, delicatessen...Read More

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