|Federal Hill is a neighborhood in Baltimore, Maryland, that lies just to the south of the city's central business district. Many of the structures are included in the Federal Hill Historic District, listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1970. The neighborhood occupies the northwestern part of a peninsula that extends along two branches of the Patapsco River.
| http://www.historicfederalhill.org |
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| Alliance Comics
| American Apparel
| Artesanos Don Bosco
| Baltimore Salsa Dance Company
| Bank of America
| CityPets Veterinary Care & Wellness
| Dan Brothers Shoes
| Scarborough Fair Bed & Breakfast
| The Book Escape
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| Afters Cafe
| Brothers Sushi
| Lucky Fortune
| Mad River Bar & Grille
| Magerk's Pub
| Mother's Federal Hill Grille
| Nichiban of Federal Hill
| Porters of Federal Hill
| Pub Dog Pizza & Drafthouse
| Regi's American Bistro
| Thai Arroy
| Zeeba Lounge
Federal Hill is south Baltimore's most historic neighborhood. First seen in the early 1600's by English colonial settler Captain John Smith, the area has a rich history that spans four centuries. As one of the city's oldest neighborhoods, many of the buildings can be found on the National Historic registry.
Federal Hill is also known for its well developed food scene offering local eateries, famous dishes from Cross Street Market, indigenous foods, family recipes, as well as progressive, high end cuisine.
On our food tour we will enjoy some of the finest foods that are indigenous to Baltimore, as well as Federal Hill itself.
- Award winning crab cake with wine pairing
- Hand made comfort foods
- Locally brewed beer
- Grilled Haloumi cheese
- Original Utz potato chip stand
- Pop star inspired filet mignon dish
- Baltimore style fried beigne
Join us as we bring you through a town of narrow rowhouses, cobbled streets, and fantastic local cuisine, encapsulating three centuries worth of charm. See what makes this port town so unique and delicious.
When:Wednesdays-Sundays between 3:00 and 6:30 pm
Where: Meets near Cross Street Market in Federal Hill (The exact meeting location will be provided upon ticket purchase)
How long:The food tour will last approximately 3-3.5 hours
Who:All age groups and fitness levels are encouraged to take the tour
How much:$55 per adult ticket (plus a $3 ticketing fee). We will be sitting for all dishes.
What to wear:Comfortable clothing and shoes
What is included: All food and drinks are included in the tour. Guide gratuities are not included. They are not mandatory but always appreciated.
Weather conditions:Food tours will take place rain or shine- tours may be rescheduled based on severe conditions