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The latest hot spot in Baltimore’s Atlas Restaurant Group, Tagliata is an Italian chophouse with impeccable service and
a mouthwatering menu of neo-Italian dishes. The swanky establishment has the feel of an elegant supper club, complete with a piano bar and velvet, wood and wicker décor. The new restaurant also has a dreamy outdoor patio and purportedly the largest wine program in the state, with more than 1,000 labels. After eating, step next door for a craft cocktail at the attached speakeasy The Elk Room.
SEATS: 140 combined indoor and outdoor NEIGHBORHOOD: Harbor East
ADDRESS: 1012 Fleet St.
Rye Street
The newest
Baltimore offering
from chef Andrew
Carmellini (who
also opened Rec
Pier Chop House at the
Sagamore Pendry Hotel last year) is Rye Street Tavern, a two-level space steeped in Americana — from the buffalo head over a fireplace to the updated soul food with Mid-Atlantic influences. The restaurant is the latest addition to Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank’s mixed-use development
in Port Covington, which also includes adjacent Sagamore Spirit Distillery.
SEATS: 70 indoor and outdoor NEIGHBORHOOD: Port Covington ADDRESS: 225 E. Cromwell St.
R. House
With nine food stalls,
a bar and a pop-up
restaurant, this
Remington food hall
in a 50,000-square-
foot former auto
garage offers an
array of options to
satisfy a variety of
tastes. In one room, you
can try everything from tacos and poke to fried chicken and Korean bibimbap. With communal tables, booths and outdoor seating in warmer weather, the lively spot can accommodate 350 diners. A central feature of the food hall is R. Bar, which serves seasonal craft cocktails, wine and local beer.
SEATS: 350
NEIGHBORHOOD: Remington ADDRESS: 301 W. 29th St.
After winding down
the cobblestone drive
to Cosima’s entrance,
you may think you’re
in Southern Italy,
especially with the
aromas of savory pasta
dishes wafting through the
air. Located in the boiler room of an old sailcloth factory next to a picturesque stretch of the Jones Falls waterway, Cosima’s industrial indoor dining area and outdoor terrace are beautiful backdrops to the wonderful food inspired by owner Donna Crivello’s Sicilian grandmother.
SEATS: 150 indoor, 50 outdoor NEIGHBORHOOD: Hampden ADDRESS: 3000 Falls Rd.
Gunther & Co.
Serving American
cuisine with global
influences, Gunther &
Co. is becoming a new
Baltimore favorite, with
a beautiful renovation
of the 7,000-square-
foot boiler room of the
former Gunther Brewing
Company. Gunther & Co. nods
to the space’s industrial history with its exposed brick walls and steel beams,
but adds modern touches like a stunning 16-foot-tall living green wall and an open kitchen that allows guests to watch dishes come out of the wood-burning oven.
SEATS: 200 indoor, 50 outdoor NEIGHBORHOOD: Brewer’s Hill ADDRESS: 3650 Toone St.
“From tony cocktail lounges and white tablecloth bistros to hipster beer bars and food halls, CHARM CITY IS ON THE RISE."
— 30 Most Exciting Food Cities in America 2017,
Zagat 17

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