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Fenwick Choice Meats

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Where can one find a classic old-school butcher in this town? We recommend Henry Reisinger of Fenwick Meats at the Cross Street Market in Federal Hill. The business has been around since 1952. Henry started in 1985 and took over the business 2 years later.

Steve’s Lunch

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Take a stroll down to Cross Street Market in Federal Hill on your lunch break and pop into Steve’s Lunch, an eatery that’s been around since 1964 and a local favorite among the South Baltimore crowd for breakfast, lunch or an afternoon snack. Owner John

Nick’s Inner Harbor Seafood

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Swing on over to Nick’s when you’re in search for the finest raw seafood bar, including sushi, in the South Baltimore area. This eatery was founded by Nicolas Chagoirs in 1975 and lives on to this day with new management since 2008. This roomy and

Lucia’s/Joanne’s Kitchen

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Around the clock, especially late into the night, you will find Lucia’s/Joanne’s bustling eatery at Broadway Market in the City’s trendy Fells Point neighborhood. What makes this restaurant unique is a menu that incorporates adventurous Korean-American fusion cuisine as well as traditional American fare that

Shore’s Seafood

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“We know fish!” – The Shore family is happy to shout this off the rooftops of the Northeast Market in East Baltimore, and rightfully so! For three generations, the Shore family has been in the fishery business and they’re certainly qualified to call themselves an

About Baltimore Public Markets

Baltimore Public Markets Corporation (BPMC) was established in 1995 as a non-profit organization, to operate the public markets in a manner beneficial to the City of Baltimore and it's citizens. We are proud to be part of Baltimore's many hard working agencies, associations and organizations that are largely responsible for making Baltimore the extraordinary city it is today.