Groceries & Markets in Baltimore


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  • Mary Sue Candy Co.
    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.
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    1786 Union Avenue
    Baltimore, MD US
  • Santoni's
    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.
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    3800 E Lombard St
    Baltimore, MD US
  • Neopol
    Neopol's smokery counter has taken on a functionally industrial aesthetic, a rustic, old-world look, thanks in large part to the russet red smoker that stands in plain view. Owners Barbara Lahnstein and son Dorian Brown's focus is on beautiful presentation and incorporating as many fresh, local, all-natural, and never-canned-from-leftover-space-missions ingredients in her dishes. During the week, stop by before heading to a Super Bowl replay party and choose from the plentiful lunch menu (though they're open from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. every day but Sunday, on which they close at 5 p.m.), which has more options than a chimney has chimney sweeps trapped inside. On the lunch menu, the salmon BLT ($9.95 whole, $5.50 half) consists of freshly smoked salmon, free-range bacon, tomato, and field greens with honey dijon dressing, all draped lovingly on sunflower-flaxseed bread. If seafood isn't your cup of sportsdrink, try the pork loin sandwich ($9 whole, $5 half), an organic and local slice of cherrywood-smoked meat crowned with fresh goat cheese, house-made tomato jam, red onions, and field greens, or the vegetarian sampling ($9.00), a variety show plate of smoked hummus, tofu, olives, and seasonal vegetables.
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    529 E Belvedere Ave
    Baltimore, MD US
  • Cross Street Automotive
    Fresh fare can be found at Cross Street Automotive, where patrons seek to sample every seafood dish on the menu. Enjoy a creative, healthy meal at Cross Street Automotive. Call Cross Street Automotive for catering if you have a big event coming up. At Cross Street Automotive, you won't have to worry about circling the block multiple times to find parking. Cross Street Automotive offers parking for all diners, including those who travel by bike. You'll typically spend about $30 per person to dine at Cross Street Automotive, so plan your budget accordingly. Serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner, Cross Street Automotive is a great dining option for any time of day.
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    1065 S Charles St
    Baltimore, MD US
  • Cameron's Seafood
    Fresh fare can be found at Cameron's Seafood, where visitors seek to sample every seafood dish on the menu. If you want a dainty meal, go elsewhere. If you want a craveworthy dish, get to Cameron's Seafood. Just through the door at Cameron's Seafood, you can claim your food. No delivery required. For the tastes of Cameron's Seafood from the comfort of your next party, the restaurant also offers catering services. Cameron's Seafood is located near endless parking possibilities, allowing drivers to park with ease. Fancy-schmancy price tags don't always bring the best results, and Cameron's Seafood's super yummy, mid-range menu is taste-test approved.
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    2707 W Cold Spring Ln
    Baltimore, MD US
  • Nick's Seafood
    Nick’s first opened in 1972— a thriving seafood business in the Crab Cake Capitol of the World! (Fun Fact: Their chef was on Bobby Flay’s cooking show teaching him how to make a truly Maryland Crab Cake!). If it comes out of the ocean—they’ve got it. Nick’s serves a variety of steamed, fried, baked, and raw seafood. They even make their own sushi at Nick’s sushi bar! All of the ingredients in these dishes are as fresh and local as possible in order to maintain their highly-rated reputation. Stop in to enjoy fresh oysters at Nick’s oyster bar, and enjoy a beer and a look around the market!
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    1065 S Charles St
    Baltimore, MD US

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