Hometown pride abounds in Baltimore, the city that originated the National Anthem and serves as the home for the Ravens. So much so, it oozes into the dining experiences. Locals say Baltimore restaurants are home to the best crab cakes. There are hundreds of places to put this claim to the test, such as Faidley’s Seafood, Thames Street Oyster House, and the Land of Kush. The delicious cuisine does not stop here. For one-of-a-kind experiences, try Ananda for their elevated Indian cuisine, Bygone for a Gatsby-like ambiance twenty-nine floors above the ground, or Charleston, which is one of the most famous restaurants in the city with an even more famous and respected chef. Baltimore is home to many neighborhoods that offer traditional and diverse cuisine. Some of these neighborhoods include Little Italy, Hampden, and Harbor East. This city brims with both culture and cuisine. Be sure to book a trip and taste all that you can!

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