Tradeshows Can Drain You - Fill Up Well at Natural Products Expo East in Baltimore | Condit
08.13.2014

Tradeshows Can Drain You – Fill Up Well at Natural Products Expo East in Baltimore

If you’re traveling to the Natural Products Expo in Baltimore this September, then you’re probably the type to appreciate a great meal. This year, skip the convention center food court and head out to one of these fabulous and convenient restaurants for nourishment.

 

Thames Street Oyster House

Darn good oysters and crabcakes. Period. Get your coastal classics while dining next to the water. Great for lunch or dinner, and a scenic walk from the convention center.

1728 Thames Street

 

Frank & Nic’s West End Grille

Elevated lunch classics or a casual dinner. Steps from the convention center.

511 W. Pratt Street

 

B&O American Brasserie

Blocks from the convention center. Perfect for lunch splurge or client dinner. New American cuisine with ode to comforting local fare. A partner in the Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants EarthCare program.

2 North Charles Street

 

Alewife

Grab a craft brew or happy hour cocktail at this historic bar & lounge. Worth the few extra blocks to walk.

21 N Eutaw Street

 

Peace & a Cup of Joe

For the closest good cup of coffee that doesn’t bear the green mermaid emblem.

713 W Pratt Street

 

Waterfront Kitchen

“Seed-to-plate” and seasonal concept with stunning ocean views. Great for happy hour or a client dinner. Just a short cab ride or leisurely walk from the convention center.

1417 Thames Street

 

Philips Seafood

Rejuvenated Baltimore favorite with regard for local and seasonal fare.

601 E. Pratt Street

 

Hersh’s Pizza & Drinks

For a homemade woodfire pizza any hour of the day. Just a two-block trek from the convention center.

1843-45 Light Street