If you’ve found yourself in beautiful Baltimore, you might also be looking for a bite to eat with your darling. Luckily, On Air Parking has got you covered, from the cheapest parking rates to the best restaurants. Take a look at some of our top recommendations for a beautiful, blissful, romantic night in Baltimore.
Four Dollar Sign Restaurants
These restaurants come with a four-dollar-sign warning on Google Reviews, so please be advised that they are often higher-priced.
The Capital Grille is a 4.7 star restaurant per Google Reviews, with over 1.6 thousand people giving them this glowing review. They offer their menu online, with lunch menu items being things like New England clam chowder, shrimp cocktails, and seared salmon with avocado, mango, and tomato salad with a champagne vinaigrette. Some menu items for dinner include their sushi-grade sesame seared tuna, sliced filet mignon with cipollini onions, wild mushrooms, and fig essence, and seared tenderloin with butter poached lobster tails. They offer classic American fare in an upscale, refined setting.
Charleston, an elevated low country fare restaurant with a chic, elevated setting, also rates at 4.7 stars with 876 reviews on Google Reviews. It’s a reservation-required spot, so please be aware of that in advance. Menu items currently available include options like pan-roasted sea scallops, gem lettuce salad, grilled octopus, grilled veal sweetbread, and grilled Creekstone Farms beef tenderloin. Desserts include things like fresh cranberry sorbet, passion fruit creme brulee, and sticky toffee pudding cake. It looks dreamy.
Our third, and final, four-dollar-sign option, The Prime Rib is an elite steakhouse with wait staff wearing formal black and white attire, and features 1940s era supper club decor. They appear to also be reservation only, so be aware. Being a fine steakhouse, most of their menu items include cuts of meat, but we’ll still cover some delectable choices, which include the chopped steak, roasted organic bone-in chicken breast, roast prime rib, or a rack of lamb. Their appetizers include things like Petrossian caviar, jumbo shrimp cocktails, and clams casino.
Three Dollar Sign Restaurants
Looking for something that’s still effortlessly classy, high-scale, and elegant, without pinching quite as hard on your wallet? We’ve got you covered. These restaurants are rated at three dollar signs per Google Reviews, so they have slightly lesser prices than the four dollar sign options listed above.
If you’re looking to eat with waterfront views, in a local landmark, that serves amazing, delicious seafood, look no further than Rusty Scupper. This restaurant and bar has been here for over thirty years, and still serves their meals with pride. With a glowing 4.5 star rating on Google Reviews (and that’s factoring in the opinions of almost five thousand people!), Rusty Scupper offers regional seafood dishes such as their lunchtime seafood cobb salad, shrimp & oyster po’boy, and a crab cake sandwich. For dinner, the menu includes items like chef’s select oysters, filet mignon, tuna carpaccio, and Korean BBQ pork belly.
This restaurant offers Greek fare, specializing in whole fish, seafood, and lamb. The atmosphere is described as relaxed and elegant by the 417 Google Reviewers, leaving The Black Olive with a 4.4 star rating. Dinner menu options include wellfleet oysters, Melitzanosalata, and chicken souvlaki. All of their food is made with the utmost care and love, and you can feel the attention given to each meal as you eat it.
If you need to get away from seafood options and want something Italian, there’s Sotto Sopra, with 4.6 stars and 804 reviews per Google Reviews. This is a farm-to-table, contemporary Italian fare restaurant, and you’ll eat surrounded by art in an elegant townhouse. Small plate items include lamb meatballs or parmesan truffle fries; appetizers include items like grilled zucchini and tomato caprese, or polenta fritta bergamot. Their meat and fish dishes are options like the grilled ribeye, their pollo ripieno, or even a moulard duck breast.
Two Dollar Sign Restaurants
If you’ve conserved money for a special, glittery surprise, then these two-dollar-sign restaurants are still a delightful way to wrap up your blissful, beautiful night in Baltimore.
Kona Grill, with a 4.1 star rating with nearly four thousand people contributing on Google Reviews, is a sleek chain with a broad, New American menu that features sushi, cocktails, and low-calorie options. These options include items like their potstickers, Kona calamari, or chicken and shrimp lettuce wraps; or if you’re seeking light fare, you can partake in a poke bowl, BBQ chicken flatbread, or Asian salad. Seeking a solid main? They offer Miso-Sake Chilean sea bass, Kona stir-fry, or their surf and turf.
Don’t let the simple, homely name fool you. Gertrude’s might just be a diamond hidden in Baltimore, with 4.4 glowing stars, with 530 reviews on Google Reviews. They’re a sophisticated eatery, offering New American fare with a local twist. But the real twist isn’t in their plates—it’s in their location. They are based in the Baltimore Museum of Art, making it a wonderful spot to go after looking at exhibits. Lunch and dinner menu items include their small plates which offer tangy udon noodles, porto crab imperial, or BBQ fries; classic entrees like their Chincoteague single-fry oysters, salmon alla bella, or apricot-glazed salmon; or even a sandwich, like their oyster po’boy, shrimp salad, or Highlandtown chicken salad.
If you’re looking for somewhere elegant, airy, and open, look no further than Marie Louise Bistro. This restaurant makes French-Mediterranean cuisine and cocktails, so you’re in for a delight. They are rated 4.2 stars with 628 reviews on Google Reviews. Dinner menu items include their steak tartare, pate de champagne, and steamed mussels, with main plates featuring duck confit, half roasted chicken, steak frites, or bouillabaisse.
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