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2 0 1 7 T A P T R A V E L G U I D E 72 Baltimore as the home to have steamed crab because of Chesapeake Bay," she said. Phillips Seafood is a long-standing go-to for fresh fish, and Faidley's Seafood is famous for its jumbo lump crab cakes, the secret recipe for which "they won't tell you even if you ask," Calvert said. Faidley's is located in Lexington Market, which dates back to 1782 and is one of the longest continuously operated mar- kets in the world. Inside, food stalls house butchers, bakers and candy-makers, and food vendors dish up barbecue, soul food and international far e. Lexington Market is a genuine version of what the "food-hall movement" is trying to re-create, Calvert said. "There are purveyors who have been in there and established in their community for generations." Although Baltimore has plenty of tried-and-true staples, James Beard Award-winning and -nominated chefs are leading the city's emerging food scene at pioneering restaurants tucked away in hip neighborhoods. Woodberry Kitchen focuses on traditional fare that highlights seasonal ingredients from the Chesapeake region, and Charleston serves cuisine that's rooted in French fundamentals and South Carolina low-country cooking. DESSER T AT CHARLES T ON IN BALTIMORE Courtesy Visit Baltimore #Adventure #NewPlaces #KansasCityKS Kansas Kansas City Convention & Visitors Bureau, Inc.

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