Famously conservative, Baltimore's dining scene continues to show signs of a great awakening. There are more, and better, options in style and substance. Our list of 100 best restaurants, in Baltimore and the surrounding counties, reflects the wide spectrum of choices available to diners, from...
Katana is a sweet and promising new Japanese restaurant in Canton. The focus is sushi, but there are also hot and cold Japanese appetizers, entrees, and various rice and noodle dishes.
Barbecue is everywhere in Baltimore these days, from the food trucks to the stadiums to the suburbs. That's a good thing.
Suddenly, mussels and frites are everywhere. Belgian-themed restaurants, fry shops and bars have been cropping up in Baltimore lately. And now, Annapolitans have a new Belgian-inspired hangout.
Baltimore is no stranger to great Afghan food. The Helmand restaurant has been a city favorite for years; the country's influence is also apparent in kebab shops and casual eateries scattered throughout town.
In 1995, when the Giordano and Sanchez family opened their first Peruvian chicken restaurant in the United States — Super Chicken in suburban Virginia — most Americans knew little about Peruvian food.