"Harborside Restaurants" Top 5 Page for this destination Inner Harbor Tip by grandmaR

Inner Harbor, Baltimore: 6 reviews and 8 photos

  Retirement part at a downtown restaurant
by grandmaR

At most of the harborside restaurants, the food is priced in accordance with the view rather than the quality. There is often a lot of noise and crowds.

Unique Suggestions: If you eat down at Harborplace or in that area, be aware that you are paying for the location.

Fun Alternatives: Go to eat in one of the neighborhoods like Canton.

If your stamina or walking shoes won't get you that far, at least pick a place where the meal is 'an experience' more than just eating in a restaurant with a nice view - go on a dinner cruise, or eat in a really nice restaurant which happens to have a view rather than one of the chains.

Or go to a chain that you know and are comfortable with (like Hooters or the Hard Rock). At least you will know what you are getting.

Review Helpfulness: 2.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Written Sep 19, 2004
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