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- $30 for $65 worth of upscale American fare, valid for dinner Sunday through Friday
- $30 for $60 worth of upscale American fare, valid for dinner any day
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Baldwin's Station welcomed its first locomotive in 1883. More than 100 years later, it welcomed its first diner as the former train station was converted into a restuarant. Stewart Dearie opened the eatery in 1997, hiring executive chef Dustin Heflin to create a menu of inventive New-American cuisine using fresh, organic local produce and meat.
Today, antique train memorabilia in one of the three dining areas still reminds visitors of the restaurant's past, but otherwise, the wood floors, white linens, and views of the Patapsco River speak to an upscale fine-dining experience. Seasonal entrees include the likes of linguine seafood pasta with jumbo sea scallops, shrimp, and mussels, or herb-rubbed pork roulade with garlic swiss chard and a toasted hazelnut emulsion. On select nights, jazz, folk, and bluegrass acts liven up the dining room with acoustic performances.