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Best of Baltimore, Food

October 01, 2015 by Jefferson Square

Baltimore restaurant owners know that the way to a person’s heart is through their stomach and oh, baby, are we feeling the love!

Baltimore Magazine released their annual Best of Baltimore edition and we went straight to the food section. (Can you really blame us?)

Of course, Charm City is no stranger to being in the foodie limelight. Just check out some Baltimore restaurants featured on Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives.

Living in Baltimore means being surrounded by amazing new and older restaurants alike, so get ready to spend your hard-earned dollars with a big smile at these ”best of” spots. We’ve highlighted some of the unique categories that piqued our interest immediately:

  • Airport Food: Vino Volo This bad boy resides in Concourse A at Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport. Vincent V. on Yelp commented, “Menu items are prepared fresh whether you want cured meats, fresh cheese, a sandwich or something sweet and most importantly they have wine to go with it all.”
  • Fries: The Local Fry Yep, it’s exactly what the name implies and these Baltimore newbies are doing something right. From our downtown Baltimore apartments, you can easily bike on over to check it out. “The place is nicely decorated with potato-themed things (Mr. Potato Heads on the walls and fryer baskets as lampshades), and is clean and well lit,” as Lily H. on Yelp describes.
  • Juice Bar: Plantbar Juice here is à la mode and you definitely want to try these fresh-pressed drinks. Frank S. on Yelp raves, “Plantbar is a fantastic addition to Belvedere Market. Whether you’re in the mood for a juice, dessert or food item, everything is delicious, raw, gluten-free and vegan.”
  • Soups: Atwater’s ‘Tis the season for hot comfort food. This ”best of” comes with a pro-level tip: “Any time there’s a seafood soup at Atwater’s, order it.” Alice C. on Yelp shared that she “usually get[s] a cup of soup and the side of soba noodles, which comes out to around $10 and is SO delicious and filling.”

Check out the full list of restaurants that made the Best of Baltimore Food list here; it’ll keep you busy at least for the rest of 2015. If you have any questions about leasing at Jefferson Square, please feel free to reach out or come visit!