Discover New Hot Spots Around Town

July 31, 2019 | Food
Discover New Hot Spots Around Town

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As a city with so much to offer, Baltimore is constantly growing and expanding in new ways. If you think you have seen it all, you’re wrong! There are always new businesses to discover. Make sure you’re hungry, grab your friends and family, and check out these brand new hot spots to eat and hang out right in Baltimore!

Right down the street from Union Wharf in Fells Point…

Baltimore Seafood
At 2324 Boston St., you can find Baltimore Seafood, formerly La Tolteca. You can enjoy delicious seafood in this nautical-themed restaurant across from the water. Its extensive menu offers Cajun-style seafood that is seasoned to perfection with cocktails to pair. Stop in when your next seafood craving strikes to try something new!

Saffron Grill
Right around the corner at 616 S. Broadway is the Saffron Grill. Venture out of Baltimore into Pakistan in this beautiful, traditionally decorated restaurant. Enjoy a variety of curries, naan bread and halal meat grilled to deliciousness. This brand new restaurant will have you coming back for kebabs, gyros, and samosas again and again!

Adventure to Broadway Market!
When we’re talking about new places around town, we can’t forget about Broadway Market. This newly renovated marketplace is the home to many vendors selling everything from fresh fruit and veggies to cocktails and sandwiches. Here are a few new restaurants to check out in Broadway Market!

Thai Street
Thai Street offers fresh Thai and Southeast Asian food from Penang Curry to Pad Thai. Whether you want to eat there, or take it to go and eat in one of Union Wharf’s community spaces, you’ll be sure to enjoy their delicious soups and seafood. Once you have finished your hot meal, you can wash it all down with a traditional, ice-cold Thai tea.

Old Boy
Old Boy is a Korean grill that has healthy, traditional Korean food options. Try their bulgogi, kimchi Tofu, or bibambop for the complete Korean experience during your lunch break. After work, check out their Toasted Rice Old Fashioned Cocktail!

Fat Tiger
Tea and pastry coffee shop by day, and full-service bar by night, Fat Tiger can whip you up your favorite drink, alcohol included or not. A perfect place to grab something to sip as you browse the marketplace, or sit down with friends after a long day, this bar has it all. They even do breakfast burritos!

Verandah has gathered all their spices and is now the picture-perfect example of Indian Street food. If you’re in the mood for curry, kebab wraps, or basmati rice, Verandah is the place for you. They capture traditional Indian cuisine in quick, carefully selected meals. If you’re thirsty, drop in for their fresh ginger-mint lemonade.

What our Neighbors are Serving up in Canton

Raw Bar
Oysters, crabs, shrimp, you name it—Raw Bar on Boston St. has it all! With its sleek white interior and patio seating, this new restaurant offers Maryland-fresh seafood with a fantastic view of the harbor. Sit at their bar for a drink, or lounge on one of the couches on the patio—the choice is yours!

Raw and Refined
Looking for a good cocktail bar to accompany your seafood? If so, Raw and Refined might just be your next stop. This restaurant, located at at 2723 Lighthouse Point, has a bar with harbor views so you can sip your drink, listen to live music, and watch the boats go by. Don’t forget to check out their raw oysters and ceviche while you’re there too!

This day-time coffee shop and market transitions into a full-service wine bar and restaurant at night. Located at 800 S Kenwood Ave., Coelum serves up refined cocktails and new American cuisine. Start your meal with Charcuterie, followed by the Duck Confit, and wash it down with the Post Shift—a cocktail featuring Cognac, Chartreuse, Luxardo, and Sweet Vermouth.

Mobtown Brewing Company
If you’re into local craft brews, there’s a new brewery in town. Mobtown Brewing Company, located in Brewer’s Hill at 4015 Foster Ave., is offering a true local experience with beer flights and a peek at how everything is made on-site. Keep going back each week for new beers—they rotate their menu frequently. The best part is that you can bring your own food, have something delivered, or enjoy one of the food trucks that may be stopping by, and wash it all down with the best new beer in Baltimore.

Downtown Harbor View and Dinner

Blackwall Hitch
Blackwall Hitch, located at 700 E Pratt St., is serving up Baltimore Seafood and specialty cocktails with a fancy-chic ambiance. Try their rockfish with risotto, or arugula salad on their outdoor patio with beautifully strung lights. If you’re looking for a good drink spot, they have an extensive happy-hour menu with lots of new cocktails to try. And to top it all off, enjoy it all while listening to live music!

Ramen Utsuke
Finally, every restaurant adventure needs a Ramen stop. The brand new Ramen Utsuke on Light Street, might just be the place for you. They serve up a variety of different ramen, including tonkotsu, chicken broth, and miso ramen that you can load up with your favorite ingredients. After you’ve tried their noodles, take a peek at their sushi menu for salmon sashimi to sweet potato rolls.

We hope you get a chance to try one of these great new restaurants—there’s always more to explore in Baltimore!