Best Restaurants Readers’ Poll 2015

Where are the best places to eat in Baltimore this year?

Readers' Poll - February 20, 2015

Best Restaurants Readers’ Poll 2015

Where are the best places to eat in Baltimore this year?

Readers' Poll - February 20, 2015

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Recently, we asked our readers: what are the best places to eat in Baltimore? Here are the results of our 2015 Readers' Poll. To see our editors' list of the 50 Best Restaurants in Baltimore, pick up a copy of our March issue, available on newsstands now. Our 2014 Readers' Poll results are available here.


Best New Spot

Winner: Serengeti
Runners-up: Cunningham's, Parts & Labor

Best Fine Dining

Winner: The Prime Rib
Runners-up: Charleston, Fleet Street Kitchen

Best Casual Dining

Winner: SoBo Cafe
Runners-up: Birroteca, Ten Ten

Best Al Fresco

Winner: Wit & Wisdom
Runners-up: Boathouse Canton, Barcocina

Best Chef

Winner: Cindy Wolf (Charleston)
Runners-up: Brigitte Bledsoe (Miss Shirley's), Zack Mills (Wit & Wisdom)

Best Crabhouse

Winner: Canton Dockside
Runners-up: Costa's Inn, Conrad's Seafood

Best For Visitors

Winner: Miss Shirley's
Runners-up: The Corner Stable, Thames Street Oyster House

Best Family-Friendly

Winner: The Corner Stable
Runners-up: Miss Shirley's, Costa's Inn

Best Romantic

Winner: The Prime Rib
Runners-up: Charleston, Wit & Wisdom

Best Overall

Winner: Miss Shirley's
Runners-up: The Prime Rib, Woodberry Kitchen





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