Husband and I came to Baltimore to celebrate our wedding anniversary last weekend. Thanks for all your help and suggestions - had a great time.
We stayed at Henderson's Wharf Inn. HIGHLY recommend. Read my review under "absolutely fantastic" - the place was great. The location was stellar - right at the end of Fells Road, but only a 1-2 block walk from the Fells Point scene. We loved it, it was so peaceful, clean and classy. The beds were the most comfortable ever. Just trust me and read my review!
Came in Friday night from Philly at about 8 pm. Checked into our lovely digs w/o issue. It was cold that night, but we hit the pavement and had dinner at John Steven about a block away from Henderson's. Excellent food. Husband had a shrimp, scallop and crab pasta that he would have licked the bowl had I let him. I had blackened mahi mahi topped with jumbo lump crab in a blue cheese sauce. Decadent. We split an order of Prince Edward Island mussels as an appetizer as well - the sauce was delicious. Prices were completely reasonable. Cute place, would definitely recommend and return. Had a few drinks and then went to bed, we were exhausted and stuffed!
Next morning got up, had the wonderful breakfast that the hotel provides with the cost of your room, although my hubby was not a fan of the coffee and he likes his coffee. Left and went to find him a "real" cup and ended up hanging at the Daily Grind (I think that is what it is called) in Fells Point and reading the paper and taking in the local scene until the water taxis started up to go over to Inner Harbor (11 am) - the water taxi was great - you can ride all day for $8. Walked and shopped in the Inner Harbor area, it was such a beautiful day. Went back to Fells Point in the mid afternoon for some lunch and beers at Slainte. Great place. I had their steak sandwich and it was very good. Went back to the hotel to relax and shower before dinner. Went to Boccaccio in Little Italy. Excellent food. It is expensive but worth it. I had an amazing veal dish. After dinner we went to Howl at the Moon for the rest of the evening in Power Plant Live and had a great time. I had been there before, but my husband had not and he loved it. The dueling piano players are hilarious! Took a cab back to the hotel and slept like babies, between the comfortable bed and all those drinks, we couldn't go wrong!
We actually left the next morning after breakfast for Annapolis. I had never been - hubby had - it was very classy and quaint. Shopped and then had lunch at a place called McGarvey's where I had an excellent crab cake sandwich and returned home to Philly to now work off all this past weekend's sins at the gym! We really had a great and relaxing weekend. Can't wait to return again - hopefully sooner than later!