Groceries & Markets in Rosedale

Fresh Baked Goods at The Breadery (40% Off). Two Options Available.

The Breadery

Catonsville

Artisan loaves baked from milled Montana wheat and grains, jalapeno cornbread, challah, cinnamon swirl, ciabatta, parmesan, and 5-seed

$20 $12

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Seafood Salad and Seafood for Pick-Up or Delivery at Dave's Gourmet Foods (Up to 52% Off). Two Options Available

Dave's Gourmet Foods Corporation

Randallstown

Sofi Award winning gourmet market delivers chef-created, gourmet seafood meals, including half- or one-pound of seafood salad

$30 $15

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$54 for a You Pick Case of 12 Wine Bottles at Sheffield Wine & Liquors Shoppe ($107.88 Value)

Sheffield Wine & Liquors Shoppe

Chevy Chase

Make your own case of wine with a dozen bottles, including varietals like shiraz, cabernet, merlot, and verdejo

$107.88 $47

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Mixed Case of Sicilian and Spanish Red and White Wine at Potomac Wines and Spirits (49% Off)

Potomac Wines and Spirits

Georgetown

Mixed case includes reds that pair with pastas and grilled meats, and crisp, dry whites with flavors that complement chicken and seafood

$107.88 $55

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$89 for Six Bottles of Spanish Red Wine at Imperial Liquors ($180 Value)

Imperial Liquors

Dupont Circle

Boutique liquor shop packs six bottles of a Spanish red with a 90+ score from Wine Advocate that has notes of woodsmoke, spice, and cherry

$180 $89

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$9 for $16 Worth of Spices and Teas at The Spice & Tea Exchange of Georgetown

The Spice & Tea Exchange of Georgetown

Georgetown

Cooking apothecary houses shelves of gourmet spices, cooking herbs, naturally flavored salts, infused sugars, and loose-leaf teas

$16 $9

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$20 or $40 Gift Card for Tea and Treats at SiTea: Teas & Treats (Up to 43% Off)

SiTea: Teas & Treats

Takoma - DC

Full-leaf teas and hand blends make tasty and healthy drinks to wash down baked goods and desserts

$20 $12

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$9 for $15 Worth of Candy — Dipped Delights

Dipped Delights

Oxford

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$15 $9

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Select Local Merchants

Al’s Seafood—helmed by the Strzegowski family, who have been entrenched in the seafood racket for nearly 60 years—sates sea-fare seekers with its vast menu of oceanic victuals prepared with fresh, locally sourced fish. Starters such as the shrimp cocktail ($7.95) whet appetites in time for salad-and-veggie-furnished main courses, such as the crab imperial ($18.50) or the linguini-lassoed mediterranean seafood platter ($22.95). Cap’t Doc’s broiled seafood medley ($23.95) unites shrimp, crab, and lobster tail to create a partnership more memorable than Martin Van Buren’s alliance with the Ninja Turtles. Mouths can moor to shore with a bevy of land-based eats, such as the Cajun- or grilled-chicken sandwich ($6.25) or the roasted prime rib ($18.95).

1551 Eastern Blvd
Essex,
MD
US

Conrad's Crabs puts the locally caught moneycrabs where its customers' ravenous mouths are as they live up to their "We catch our own" slogan. Waterman Tony Conrad brings in as much seafood as Poseidon allows, from crabs to fresh whole fish (both market price). A fusion of a seafood market and a carryout restaurant, Conrad's has a full menu of locavores' delights. Seafood can be purchased raw or steamed to order, with the fresh-caught fish and crustaceans going for market price daily. Long-standing selections include Conrad's Steamer Combo (six each of jumbo shrimp, oysters, and clams with a pound of mussels, $22.50) and entrees such as fried hard crab ($13.50), six fried oysters ($13.50), and a pint of Maryland crab soup ($5).

1720 E Joppa Rd
Parkville,
MD
US

Each day, Captain Vince Meyer and his crew set sail aboard the Brittany Lynn to trawl the bay for crabs. The best of their catch makes its way back to Vince's Crab House, where the kitchen staff transforms the fresh seafood into a menu representative of the Maryland coast. Jumbo lump crab cakes and clam strips set the stage for entr?es of flounder, orange roughy, and fried rockfish, but the sandwiches need no introduction. And they shouldn't?not when they're topped with fried oysters or soft-shell crab and served with a tall, refreshing glass of seawater.

610 Compass Rd. E
Middle River,
MD
US

Inside the savory-scented digs of Honey Baked Ham & Cafe, spools of hardwood-smoked, spiral-sliced ham entice carnivorous palates. Here, chefs uphold the same traditions that Harry J. Hoenselaar created more than 40 years ago. Back then, he chose individual hams, cured them in his secret marinade, and smoked them over hardwood chips before offsetting the earthy flavor with a crisp, sweet glaze. To this day, the staff still makes the signature bone-in hams one at a time and glazes them in the shop.

The hammery's kitchens also whip up classic side dishes and desserts, such as the sweet-potato soufflé. For less formal feasting, party trays and packed lunch boxes fuel business meetings, backyard grad parties, and lengthy end-zone celebrations.

6483 Baltimore National Pike
Catonsville,
MD
US

The skilled confectioners at Mary Sue Candies have been quelling the cries of Maryland’s sweet teeth with handmade, preservative-free treats since 1948. For starters, feast on strips of almond bark ($15.50 for 16 oz.) harvested from the nation’s oldest bonbon forests, or let teeth saw through the nutty crust of a pecan nougat log ($2.49 for 3 oz.) to free the nougaty nature-spirits imprisoned inside. Alternately, the handmade salt water taffy ($4.99 for 16 oz.) whisks tongues away on a sugar-laced seaside sojourn, while a 16-ounce box of nuts and chews chocolates ($15.90) lets mouths practice athletic jawrobics on Mary Sue’s most popular caramels and clusters.

1786 Union Avenue
Baltimore,
MD
US

Baltimore City Paper named Santoni's the Best Grocery Store in the metropolitan area for good reason. A local staple since the 1930s, Santoni's is proud of its old-school roots and personal service. The friendly staff acts as one big family, either because they are blood related or because they are brothers and sisters in ritual kiwi juggling. Open 24 hours a day, Santoni's is the perfect place to catch the sunrise over a neatly kept stack of navel oranges.

3800 E Lombard St
Baltimore,
MD
US