What are the best restaurants in Baltimore?

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After exploring the historic streets of Baltimore or catching a ball game at Camden Yards, you've certainly worked up an appetite. Whether you're in the mood for regionally influenced, upscale tavern fare or classic French cuisine, Charm City has a restaurant for you. Make a reservation at Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star Charleston to experience some of the best food in the city. Chef/owner Cindy Wolfe serves up divine dishes rooted in French techniques but with flavors from South Carolina's Low Country.

Down the street, you'll find a pair of restaurants from famed chef and restaurateur Michael Mina at Four Seasons Hotel Baltimore. Wit & Wisdom, a Tavern by Michael Mina offers regionally influenced modern American comfort food such as roasted bone marrow with mushroom jam, house pickles and a grilled baguette, and Maryland blue crab cakes with pickled vegetables, carrots and hollandaise. Also inside the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel sits PABU, another restaurant by Michael Mina. Quite different from Wit & Wisdom, this restaurant is a modern Japanese pub (pabu is Japanese for pub) that offers delicious sushi along with a stellar sake selection. For farm-to-table fare, make your way to Woodberry Kitchen, which prides itself on its longstanding relationships with local farmers. Local ingredients shine on just about every section of the menu — from oysters to steak.

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