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  • Dining

    Dining
    Eating out in Baltimore was, for a long time, a mostly predictable and provincial enterprise: Local seafood and a handful of regional specialties like soft crabs, crab soup, and crab cakes, plus tried-and-true riffs on continental cuisine, were the best the city had to offer, save for Charm City’s excellent ethnic restaurants.
  • Harbor East

    Harbor East
    Bagby Pizza Co. 1006 Fleet St., (410) 605-0444, bagbypizza.com $$, L, D, Out, 10 p.m. Bagby’s is rightfully known for its brick-oven pizza (try the spicy shrimp or the goat cheese-prosciutto), but don’t miss their spectacular salads....

    HARBOR EAST

    HARBOR EAST
    Bagby Pizza Co. 1006 Fleet St., (410) 605-0444, bagbypizza.com $$, L, D, Out Bagby’s is rightfully known for its brick-oven pizza (try the spicy shrimp or the goat cheese prosciutto), but don’t miss their spectacular salads. Charleston...

    The City that Eats, whether someone's cracking crabs on an old copy of City Paper at a bus stop bench, feasting on a first date at one of our fancier farm-to-table affairs, or seeking out the newest food truck, Baltimore loves its grub.

    We think "The City that Eats," might make a better moniker than that old chestnut about the literacy of the city. Whether someone's cracking crabs on an old copy of City Paper at a bus stop bench, feasting on a first date at one of our fancier farm-to-...

    Good comfort-food favorites but inconsistent service.

    Waterfront Kitchen 1417 Thames St., [410] 681-5310, waterfrontkitchen.com More at weekly.citypaper.com After a sluggish start, the latter half of 2011 brought out some potential heavy hitters in the city’s restaurant scene. Michael Mina’s...