400 W. Lexington St., (410) 685-6169, lexingtonmarket.com
This historic indoor market will undergo massive renovations in the coming years, so take in its bustling, lively atmosphere before construction begins. Eat some Caribbean, Chinese, or Malaysian food, and stock up on groceries, from fresh produce and poultry to pigs’ feet and raccoon. Yes, raccoon.
Mount Vernon Marketplace
520 Park Ave., (888) 897-8849, mtvernonmarketplace.com
One of the newer additions to the indoor markets scene in Baltimore, Mount Vernon Marketplace has an upscale selection of almost 20 vendors. Grab a burger from Between 2 Buns or ramen from Mi and Yu Noodle Bar.
2101 E. Monument St., bpmarkets.com/northeast.html
Located just east of the Johns Hopkins Hospital, this market is the third largest in the city. Grab some house-made codfish cakes for lunch from Shore’s Fish Market and Carry Out.
301 W. 29th St., (443) 347-3570, R.housebaltimore.com
The new indoor market includes vendors offering American, Korean, Mexican, Japanese, Hawaiian, Mediterranean, and vegetarian fare, plus a full bar, baked goods, and more.