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Lexington Market

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Top Lexington Market Articles

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  • 400 W. Lexington St., (410) 727-5298

    Brookdale Farms 400 W. Lexington St., (410) 727-5298 More at weekly.citypaper.com A recent article in food and cooking porn magazine Saveur got us thinking about something we hadn’t eaten since being a little kid in Texas: rabbit. Turns out a...
  • You must eat. You must not spend a lot of money. We can help

    Even though students generally don’t have much cash to spare, there are a bunch of you, which means that if you go to one of the area’s larger schools in a bustling urban area, you’re probably close to all sorts of affordable dining...
  • You can find shrimp and grits all over Baltimore. Or you can make it yourself

    My wife and I used to rejoice every time we discovered shrimp and grits on the menu of another Charm City restaurant. Like the dish, we both come from South Carolina, and it felt like a personal welcome. But eventually we began to wonder if these...
  • Faidley's

    Lexington Market, 203 N. Paca St., faidleyscrabcakes.com, (410) 727-4898 No surprises here. Faidley's has long-since cracked the code on the perfect crab cake-it involves huge hunks of delicious hand-picked meat, just the right amount of saltine-and-...
  • What's up with hip-hop

    Many Baltimore rappers have sold their mixtapes in Lexington Market, but MC/producer Von Vargas is almost certainly the first to write an album about the historic downtown market. World Famous Lexington Market takes an affectionate but never saccharine...
  • You don't always want to stay with your family or friends when you come to see them-and you don't always want them to stay with you. Whether you're just visiting Baltimore or you have company you cannot abide-you will come to know the city's hotels.

    In the ancient world there were no hotels, so hospitality was a central part of the culture. But today, you don't always want to stay with your family or friends when you come to see them-and you don't always want them to stay with you. Whether you're...
  • Best Chef, Best New Restaurant, Best Fancy Restaurant, Best Cheap Lunch, Best Outdoor Dining, and more.

    Best Chef Cindy Wolf She may not have a Food Network show or have made a run at Top Chef, but in the past 15 years Cindy Wolf has proven herself a powerhouse in Baltimore cuisine. Along with husband Tony Foreman, Wolf has amassed a local culinary empire....
  • What to do and where to go this season

    Ho-Ho-Hoping for a bright and happy Holiday season? Take care of yourself and the ones you care about by staying busy and holding SAD at bay by making plans now—before it all gets too much—and stick to them. Our annual calendar of holiday...
  • Faidley Seafood

    203 N. Paca St., (410) 727-4898, faidleyscrabcakes.com Hitting the small square raw bar located in the center of Faidley's fish market and carryout counter at Lexington Market can feel like popping into a local pub in a London neighborhood. You're going...
  • Sterling's headed for Lexington Market, Remington address for sale

     
    Sterling's Crab and Oyster House, the landmark Remington home of the overstuffed fried mixed-seafood sandwich is headed for Lexington Market, with an opening scheduled for the first week of April.Great news for Lexington Market, I think. The Lexington...
  • Top Ten Delis

     
    Thanks to Jessica Lemmo for originally suggesting delis as a Top Ten, and Donny B for reminding me of the idea at least twice until I finally got around to it. What inspired me to do it now was the opening of Freda's......
  • No, I did not say Attman's is No. 1

     
    I just got a very long voice mail message from Elliot Bodner, owner of Mary Mervis delicatessen in the Lexington Market, asking why I said he was No. 6 of the Top 10 Delicatessens and not No. 1 because he......