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pre-concert dinner and drinks near inner harbor

Ten Ten (modern American), Vino Rosina (wine bar, but I think their food is great), Cinghiale (northern Italian), Lebanese Taverna (Middle Eastern), and James Joyce (Irish bar, food is okay not great) are all in Harbor East, within walking distance to Pier 6. James Joyce is better suited for after show drinks.

Hampden is a neighborhood in driving distance (just north on 83) with good food and drink options - people rave about Woodberry Kitchen (I do think the food is very good) and there are some cute stores. Woodberry is off the beaten path in Hampden but you can eat there and then drive to the Avenue for the shops.

Mount Vernon, Canton, and Federal Hill are all places that have a mix of restaurants, bars and shops. I love Mama's on the Half Shell, Nacho Mama's, and Saute in Canton and Regi's, Ryleigh's, Sobo Cafe, and Spoons in Federal HIll. I'm not as familiar with Mt Vernon, but I've enjoyed Sammy's, Sascha's, City Cafe, and Marie Louise Bistro there.

Rehearsal Dinner in Annapolis

Severn Inn is a great spot - on the water, great views of the Naval Academy, and just outside of downtown with free parking at the restaurant. You could also check out Parole Town Center - Brio, Paladar, Chop House, etc.

Baltimore md

I am a big fan of Crush - have been there twice this year. I can remember having short ribs, salmon, and maybe rockfish (can't remember) - all were good. They also have a blueberry dessert that is fantastic. Unfortunately I still have never been to Salt, but I have only heard good things about it.