recently ranked us the second-best food city in the country, thank you very much), Baltimore is your oyster when it comes to impressing a potential partner.
With so many options, it can be hard to decide, so we asked 20 of the city’s most eligible bachelors and bachelorettes to tell us about the eats, drinks, jukebox picks, and date nights that have charmed them in Charm City. Cassandra Miller 31, public relations manager of Center Stage Hometown haunts?
Baltimore coffee shops with free Wi-Fi, like Dooby's, Almack's, and Artifact. Day game at Camden Yards that leads to picking crabs while watching on an outdoor screen by the harbor.
(This might become a promotional video for Baltimore, in which case the city would then pay for our wedding and honeymoon in—you guessed it—Dundalk.) Go-to bar?
We have all type of personals, Christian singles, Catholic, Jewish singles, Atheists, Republicans, Democrats, pet lovers, cute Montana women, handsome Montana men, single parents, gay men, and lesbians. Jason Williams 36, well-being coach at Charm City PT Hometown haunts? A private, candlelit dinner of halibut, roasted vegetables, and white wine at the Patterson Park Pagoda, preferably at sunset on a warm summer night. My favorite dish is , a pasta filled with sage sausage and Parmesan cheese, but they have a little something for everyone, even if you’re vegetarian. The crab soup at Thames Street Oyster House (it has short rib in it) or the fried chicken sandwich at Red Star. “Love Never Felt So Good” by Michael Jackson and Justin Timberlake. While two police officers are putting him into handcuffs, he yells, “I’ll call you, Cassandra! “Try a Little Tenderness” by Otis Redding and “Get Up (I Feel Like Being A) Sex Machine” by James Brown. I want to go up more things—The Bromo Seltzer Arts Tower, Washington Monument, Federal Hill, et cetera. One time, my date got arrested 20 minutes into a cup of tea. Someone who’s like my dog: loyal, shaggy, always excited to see me, up for adventures, and really into cured meats. I like Harbor East because it’s growing and good for the city.