Restaurants in Maryland
From down home crab dinners to elevated takes on seafood the best restaurants in Maryland offer a variety of choices, both gastronomically and culturally, and Maryland restaurants deliver on both a local and international scale.
Make a reservation at the much-loved Maryland restaurant, Black Olive, in Baltimore. Choose from the eatery’s selection of freshly caught fish (all on display right there in the restaurant) and indulge in a glass of the more than 5000 bottles of wine in the Black Olive’s cellar, specifically those made in the Greek tradition. For an equally intimate experience, consider hopping the bay and heading to Bistro St. Michaels for oysters in the French style. Enjoy a more communal experience at Cantler’s Riverside Inn in Annapolis and chow down on Maryland’s famed blue crabs pulled right from the Bay and served on long, shared tables.
If you’re looking to enjoy Maryland’s seafood culture in a Japanese setting, book a table at PABU, located in the Four Seasons Baltimore. As one of the best Japanese restaurants in Maryland, PABU has become the go-to place for sushi, sashimi and barbecue-like dishes prepared on a robata grill as well as Asian beers, wines and, of course, sake.
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