The following is a selection of great Baltimore establishments that not only serve cheap food, but serve great food that is authentic to the diversity and culture of Charm City. From new entries like Shake Shack to the origianl Attyman's Deli. Enjoy!
CINCO DE MAYO
Wander all the way to the back of this tiny-but-packed first-floor shop, past the deli counter, vegetables, dried meats, and canned beans, to the restaurant—a small, light-brown tiled area with about 10 tables.
Address:1312 Eastern Ave
THE HALAL FOOD CART
it's right downtown, smartly in the plaza behind the Mitchell Courthouse, which is located on Calvert Street. The gyro platter is a winner! The key is definitely the white sauce, which pretty much everyone agrees is mostly mayonnaise and yogurt sauce. And at $5.99 with a drink, it might be the best deal in town.
Located across from the iconic National Aquarium. They feature all the Shack classics, plus a location-specific frozen custard concrete made with local ingredients from Dangerously Delicious. What’s better than a ShackBurger overlooking the waterfront?
Address: 2015 on East Pratt Street
Located in the heart of Fell's Point. Kooper's Tavern is a Classic American establishment specialized in only the freshest seafood, meats, poultry & produce, along with an extensive beer and wine selection. Combining excellent service in family-friendly atmosphere, Kooper's has become recognized as one of the Must-Try Burgers Across the Country! Checkout their daily specials.
Address: 1702 Thames St
THE ORIGINAL ATTMAN'S
The original Attman's New York Style Deli. This is a Baltimore landmark. Absolutely the best pastrami and corned beef west of New York City.
Address: 1019 E. Lombard Street
Lexington Market is a taste of Baltimore you can’t find anywhere else. It’s local people making local food, incorporating local favorites with flavors from all around the world. It’s diverse, it’s unique, it’s Baltimore. A great place to go for lunch. Sit at the counters and meet the people of Baltimore.
Address: 400 W Lexington St