Baltimore Restaurants near Fort McHenry National Monument

Our list of the best food near Fort McHenry National Monument. Our top pick: Miguel's Cocina y Cantina.
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  • Fort McHenry National Monument

    Fort McHenry National Monument

    2400 E Fort Ave
    $7, children under 15 are free. Really a must-visit for any tourist in Baltimore, this is the birthplace of the Star Spangled Banner, the United States National Anthem. The fort's military history is best known for it's central role in the defense of the country in the War of 1812, simply named the Battle of Fort McHenry. At the time, Baltimore was the industrial powerhouse of the United States, and was a critical producer of ships and armaments. While of lesser importance in future wars, Fort McHenry remained relevant: a prison for captured Confederate soldiers in the Civil War, a military hospital during WWI, and again an active Coast Guard base during WWII. Since 1925 it has been designated as a National Park (and since 1939 doubly listed as a National Monument), and is today a museum, with plenty of cannons and nooks and crannies to explore. Back to the National Anthem, its Francis Scott Key, who was escaped here from British captivity in the War of 1812, joins Edgar Allen Poe, Thurgood Marshall, and H L Mencken as a preeminent icon of the city and the eponym for dishes at restaurants, bridges, and one impressive golden statue in Bolton Hill. He might be a little sad to see that the flag is not still there. It was getting extra raggedy after all these years, and was moved to the National Museum of American History in Washington, D.C. for preservation.
    Canton food nearby
  • Miguel's Cocina y Cantina

    Miguel's Cocina y Cantina

    1200 Steuart St
    Miguel's Cocina y Cantina is Baltimore's newest upscale dining experience, bringing the best of Mexico to Baltimore with a flair and a passion that is inspiring.
    Glen-Fallstaff Area
  • Miguel's Cocina Y Cantina

    Miguel's Cocina Y Cantina

    1700 Beason St
    M 5PM-10PM, W-Th 11:30AM-1PM, F-Sa 11:30AM-11PM, Su 11:30AM-2PM (brunch until 2PM Sa-Su). $14-30. Classy—but not overly fancy, modern, cool, quite hard-to-find, and featuring upscale, authentic Mexican cuisine. Their margaritas are also some of the best (and often most creative) you will find in Maryland, and weekend brunch can see some great bottomless drinks deals. This is one of those places that will impress people you take there (if only for the difficulty in finding it!), and one of those places that makes clear the inexorably changed reality in Locust Point. There is a parking garage across from the main entrance to the building, where you can park on the lower level.
    Glen-Fallstaff Area
  • J. Patrick's Irish Pub

    J. Patrick's Irish Pub

    1371 Andre St
    Now this is a real Irish pub. (The City Paper declares it the city's best.) No gimmicks, just friendly servers and regulars, no TVs to take away from the good conversation, the best pour of Guinness in town, some very good Irish whiskeys lurking about, and even live Irish music F-Su, and Irish jam sessions M-W.
    Glen-Fallstaff Area
  • Silo.5% Wine Bar

    Silo.5% Wine Bar

    1200 Steuart Street Unit-2
    Wine Bar Craft Beer, Locust Point Baltimore, 200 Bottles of Wine, Seasonal Cocktails, Locally sourced Gourmet Food, Small plates, Open Table Reservations
    Glen-Fallstaff Area
  • City Limits Sports Bar

    1700 E Fort Ave
    A casual neighborhood tavern located in near Baltimore's Inner Harbor in Locust Point
    Glen-Fallstaff Area
  • J. Patrick's Irish Pub

    1371 Andre St
  • City Limits Sports Bar

    City Limits Sports Bar

    1700 E Fort Ave
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