Baltimore Restaurants near Baltimore Country Club

Our list of the best food near Baltimore Country Club. Our top pick: Brewer's Art.
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  • Baltimore Country Club

    Mays Chpl Rd 4712 Cl
  • Brewer's Art

    Brewer's Art

    1106 N Charles St
    M-Sa 4PM-2AM, Su 5PM-2AM; dinner: Su-W 5:30PM-9PM, Th-Sa 5:30PM-10:30PM. The Brewer's Art implausibly won not just the reader's poll in Baltimore Magazine and the City Paper for best bar in the city, but also Esquire's pick for best bar in the United States! No one is too sure what to make of that wild superlative, but it is clearly a good bar. Their house brews are almost always great and offered at ridiculously low prices, and they have an excellent selection of liquors (especially scotch and brandies) and wines by the glass. The old Mt Vernon townhouse it is housed in is beautiful, with a swanky upscale seating area upstairs and a perfect dark brick dive ambiance downstairs. And even the food, upscale American, is outstanding, making the place a worthy dinner choice, or just an extra good place to get some bar food. Mains run in the $20s, light fare: $8-14.
    Glen-Fallstaff Area
  • City Cafe

    City Cafe

    1001 Cathedral St
    City Cafe is a Mt. Vernon neighborhood favorite, open 7 days/week from morning to night. Lunch, Dinner, Weekend Brunch. Coffee Shop, Bar, Restaurant.
    Glen-Fallstaff Area
  • Alewife

    Alewife

    21 N. Eutaw Street
    M-Th,Su 11:30AM-1AM, F-Sa 11:30AM-2AM. $16-35. Gastropub isn't really a well known term in Baltimore, but Alewife fits the bill with a very attractive space and upscale bar food, e.g., duck fat fries, brioche grilled cheese, etc. It's right by the Hippodrome, so make reservations if there is a performance that night.
    Downtown
  • City Cafe

    City Cafe

    1001 Cathedral St
    M-F 11AM-10PM, Sa 10AM-10:30PM, Su 10AM-8PM. $20-40. Once a modest coffee shop, this is now a very chic small restaurant is now award-winning chef Chad Gauss' residence, where he serves up contemporary American cuisine with ingredients fresh off local farms. Excellent brunch spot. One downside to watch out for, though, is that the bar can have DJs spinning some loud music F-Sa nights that can distract from a top-notch dinner. The coffee shop remains at the side if you just want to stop by for some Zeke's Coffee and a bite of chocolate cake.
    Glen-Fallstaff Area
  • Dukem Ethiopian Restaurant

    Dukem Ethiopian Restaurant

    1100 Maryland Ave
    's U Street mainstay for Ethiopian food has opened a new location in Baltimore, and it easily surpasses the original: prices are a bit lower, the atmosphere is more relaxed and friendly, and some would even say the food is a notch higher! As in D.C., Dukem excels in the meat category, with wonderful beef tibs especially, as well as great raw dishes. If you haven't had Ethiopian food before, this is a great place to start—just remember that you'll be eating with your hands, and that you can wind up with some spicy dishes! They roast their own coffee beans daily in an elaborate, traditional, and very elaborate Ethiopian coffee ceremony, down to the white dresses, scented grasses, frankincense, etc. It's incredible.
    Glen-Fallstaff Area
  • Lexington Market

    Lexington Market

    400 W Lexington St
    M-Sa 8:30AM-6PM, Su closed. Lexington Market is the world's largest and longest running market, operating in the same spot since 1782. It has many eateries and countless stands selling produce, meat, fish, snacks and everything else imaginable. It is a popular lunchtime destination and is considered to be part of the "real" Baltimore rather than the more tourist-oriented places at Inner Harbor. There are standing tables in an open area on the ground floor, as well as a large seating area on the upper level above that If you are looking for a deep Baltimore culinary experience, head to standing-room-only Faidley's, where you can get your coddies, some of the world's most acclaimed jumbo lump crab cakes, and even local artifacts like terrapin, raccoon, and muskrat! (Those artifacts are available only seasonally, and only to take home to cook.)The best dessert in Lexington Market, if not all of Baltimore, are Bergers Cookies. These sugar cookies hidden under a ridiculous amount of chocolate fudge frosting are sold by the pound from the Berger Bakery stall.
    Downtown
  • Trinacria Macaroni Works

    Trinacria Macaroni Works

    406 N Paca St
    An excellent and easily overlooked Italian grocer and deli, passionately beloved by locals for the high quality meats, cheeses, olive oil, pastas, and wine selection—all with very reasonable prices. While the store might not be of much interest to travelers, the sandwiches at the deli most certainly are. Try the prosciutto, mozzarella and pesto, the Italian roast beef, the muffaletta, or really anything. This easily belongs on any Best of Baltimore survey.
    Downtown
  • Trinacria

    Trinacria

    406 N Paca St
    Trinacria Foods: Authentic Italian Deli and Gourmet Grocery in Baltimore Maryland
    Downtown
  • Phaze 10

    Phaze 10

    885 N Howard St
    Located in Mt Vernon at 885 N. Howard Street, PHAZE 10 has been meticulously developed as an emporium for delicious dining, fun take-out meals, some of the best drinks in town, and a hotspot for outstanding music, spoken word and local art.
    Glen-Fallstaff Area
  • Dukem

    Dukem

    1100 Maryland Ave
    Dukem (pronounced DUK-em) named after a small city found south of Addis Ababa, the name "Dukem" brings nostalgic memories of the best 'Tire Siga'. For most Ethiopians when they are at Dukem Restaurant they feel like they are back home.
    Glen-Fallstaff Area
  • Salsarita's Fresh Cantina

    Salsarita's Fresh Cantina

    324 W Baltimore St
    Casual. Creative. Quick. Comfortable. That’s why Salsarita’s is your Fresh Mexican Cantina. Come taste the Fresh Cantina difference. www.salsaritas.com
    Downtown
  • Jimmy's Carry Out

    Jimmy's Carry Out

    317 West Franklin St
    Baltimore's Free Alternative Weekly since 1977. Online at http://www.citypaper.com/
    Downtown
  • Land of Kush

    Land of Kush

    840 N. Eutaw St.
    $10-20, $8 lunch buffet. Vegan soul food in the rough model of Soul Vegetarian, but with extremely friendly service and a convenient location. Regardless of your dietary needs, they will likely be able to accommodate you. Big portions.
    Glen-Fallstaff Area
  • The Hippo

    The Hippo

    1 West Eager St
    Another highly regarded gay bar in the Mt Vernon neighborhood, welcoming to and popular with just about everyone of any sexual orientation for a night of dancing.
    Glen-Fallstaff Area
  • Zhongshan Restaurant

    Zhongshan Restaurant

    323 Park Ave
    Tu-F 5:30PM-9:30PM, Sa-Su 12:30PM-9:30PM. $7-22. About the only relic of Baltimore's old Park Ave Chinatown is a... brand new dim sum restaurant. There are plenty of Americanized dishes on the menu, but enough authentic ones to make this Baltimore's real Chinese restaurant.
    Downtown
  • Zhongshan Restaurant

    Zhongshan Restaurant

    323 Park Ave
    View Zhongshan Restaurant menu, Order Chinese, Dim Sum, Seafood, Vegetarian Food Delivery Catering Online from Zhongshan Restaurant, Best Chinese, Dim Sum, Seafood, Vegetarian Delivery Catering in Baltimore, MD.
    Downtown
  • Waterstone Bar & Grille

    Waterstone Bar & Grille

    311 W Madison St
  • Mem Sahib Indian Restaurant

    400 W Lexington St
    Lunch: M-F 11:30AM-2:30PM, dinner: Tu-Sa 6PM-8PM. $14-22, $9 lunch buffet. Right by Lexington Market (and feeling a bit out of place in the run down area around the market), Mem Sahib serves up a fine Indian meal. The lunch buffet gets extremely busy with downtown workers with few other nice options; reservations recommended for dinner.
    Downtown
  • Starbucks Coffee

    Starbucks Coffee

    1 N Eutaw St
  • Silvermoon 1 Carryout

    764 W Baltimore St
    M-Th 10AM-midnight, F-Sa 10AM-3AM, Su noon-8PM. $5-14. This is a very easy one to reach—you can even just walk across MLK from the university. Huge portions of cheap food (that university crowd is being kept in mind)—look for the subs/cheesesteaks in particular. It's best to call ahead with your order.
    Downtown
  • Waterstone Bar & Grill

    311 W Madison St
    Su,Tu-Th 4PM-10PM, F-Sa 4PM-10:30PM. $15-25. Upscale contemporary Mediterranean/international cuisine at non-upscale prices. Their wine list is excellent and moderately priced, but BYOB with $10 corkage is also an option. The atmosphere is classy, but not formal.
    Glen-Fallstaff Area
  • The Orioles Grille

    The Orioles Grille

    Sheraton Inner Harbor Hotel300 South Charles St
  • Select Lounge

    Select Lounge

    415 N Paca St
    Covers up to $20. One of Baltimore's classier and sexier clubs (more of a lounge, really), despite the somewhat worrisome neighborhood surrounding. The dress code is fairly strict, so leave sneakers at home, and come looking nice. DJs mostly spin hip-hop.
    Downtown
  • Dollar Fast Food

    404 W Saratoga St
    M-Sa 8AM-11PM, Su 8AM-6PM. $1!. This place is worth a mention just as a novelty (if not a real recommendation). Everything is one dollar! It actually claims the largest dollar menu in the world. Dollar stores make way for dollar restaurants. Colorful clientele. True Baltimore.
    Downtown
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