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One night in Baltimore - Cinghiale Osteria, Bluegrass Tavern, Jack's Bistro, Pazo or Woodberry Kitchen?

Totally disagree. Woodberry Kitchen is desreving of the praise....paid for or not.

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Woodberry Kitchen
2010 Clipper Park Rd # 126, Baltimore, MD

Recent Baltimore Crab house info

LP Steamers in Locust Point.....Casual and fun.
Capt'n James Landing in Canton....deck on the water (and parking)
Ryliegh's in Fed Hill.....go early it gets crowded with youngters by 9.

Fogo De Chao?

Well said. In short it's a fun experience that you need to be in the mood for...and make sure you're hungry for meat.

Crabhouse/Seafood in Baltimore with kids

LP Steamers! We live around the corner and frequent it. One word needed....CASUAL. You can order crabs by the half dozen. Plenty of parking on the street and @ 5:30, lots of parking.

On the other side of the harbor in Canton is Captian James' landing. They offer a deck on the water. They have parking but are a bit more expensive.

visiting baltimore, where to get? and pizza find.

You sure that was crab you were eating?

Also...a "good" crab cake to me is defined by lump crab meat that cannot be consumed in less than 4 bites.

visiting baltimore, where to get? and pizza find.

I'm also originally from Jersey but have lived here (Baltimore) for 20 years now. NJ pizza is tough to find around here. Try Mathews in Canton/Highlandtown if you feel like making the drive from Towson.

No such thing as a "good & cheap" crabcake...it's one or the other. Try Coco's in Laurelville on Harford road on Wednesday night for half price night....thats the best moderately priced cake I've been able to find.

Pit Beef is slow cooked with alot of dry rub on it.

Where are the Region's Best BBQ Ribs?

Yup. I just moved from Lauraville where I was in walking distance of their carry-out. They do kansas City style BBQ. Over the last year, I've sampled most of what they have to offer....It was tasty...but larger portion for the price I paid would have been appreciated. The place doesn't have a whole lot of character either (ie: Andy Nelsons).

For my money...in Baltimore, Rub (Federal Hill) has great Ribs and is a nice dining experience.

Good Jewish deli in Baltimore

Attman's on Lombard St. and a block away is Lenny's. Both are all that is left of Baltimore's once famed "Corned Beef Row". It's within walking distance of the Inner Harbor. If you go to Lenny's, get the Kosher dog wrapped in fried bolony....if you think your stomach can handle it.