Find out what Balti restaurants to try in Rosedale. Rosedale is an unincorporated community and census-designated place in Baltimore County, Maryland. The population was 19,257 at the 2010 United States Census.
Things to do in Rosedale
4 based on 257 reviews
Blue Hill is classic Baltimore: oldish, medium-sized, served by skilled, hip wait staff, and serving delicious food in a pleasant, mostly contemporary atmosphere on a street corner with plenty of light and peeks at the streets. I'd go back. Nice that it's near Canton and Feels Point w/o being right in the crowded main drag. Thanks for noting if this helped; hope so.
4 based on 183 reviews
If you ever find yourself in Baltimore make the effort to experience this place! The food is beyond yummy and the staff is great. Made us feel welcomed and appreciated. The Poe stuff is incredible!!
4 based on 618 reviews
Friend brought me here. I'm the guy who doesn't get seafood at the seafood restaurant. I got chicken parm. It was huge and awesome. Sauce was great and the rolls were good. My friends were raving about their food as well. Bartender was awesome. Love the celeb pics on the wall
4 based on 116 reviews
I wanted to make fresh Crab Cakes for Mother's Day and decided to go to Pappas Seafood Co. in Parkville to pick-up some colossal crab cakes and coleslaw. Service was good and the colossal crab cakes were priced right and delicious. There is no other place around that is this good. If you want great Crab Cakes and other seafood itmed for pick-up, go to Pappas Seafood in Parkville.
4 based on 145 reviews
For lunch one day, we decided that we wanted really good crab cakes and some locals suggested this place. What a pleasant surprise! Nestled in a neighborhood that isnât really planned for crab cakes... itâs mostly houses lies this low unassuming place that looks more like a little Bavarian cottage than it does a seafood place. The crab cakes in the end were perfect!Lump crab meat - no cheap meat here from the back of the crab. Just nice big lumps. No fillers like a lot of breadcrumbs. Not a lot of mayo to mask the taste of crab. Not a lot of Old Bay seasoning to taste like a spice cabinet. What you get is a delicious, crab cake that tastes like.... like.... crab!With that I got fries - which were delicious and fried that moment they plated my order. All I can say is try it. Youâll thank me later. Ohhhh by the way.... itâs not fancy. But did I mention delicious?
4 based on 267 reviews
Thanks to all the tripadvisor reviews we ended up going down to Baltimore for one night from Hershey, PA. Our quest was for the best crab cake and our mission was accomplished.Location is outside of Baltimore close to Morgan State in a little neighborhood corner bar. I love corner bars so it was right up my alley. Parking was hard to find - FYI.Now my wife and I lived in Delaware for a few years and would drive down to the Inner Harbor a few times a month. Love the Italian area and Fell's point. Have been eating Maryland Crabs and Crab Cakes for over 20 years. Used to go to Obrickys (??) before they closed down around 10 years ago, maybe more? Anyway, Koco's crab cakes are the best hand's down we have ever had. They are an 11 ounce softball size ball of 95% crab meat with 5% breaded filler to hold them together. Now they are expensive until you put into perspective:1 - they are huge and one crab cake is enough for two people. That said I would never share mine :)2- some things are worth and these are! My wife made a very good point when we were debating to order 6 to take home! She said you know you pay $25 for a lobster roll on a small hot dog bun and little lobster meat, so true. Plus we like Crab better then Lobster anyway. We were going to give two crab cakes to our neighbors across the street and two to the neighbors right next to use becuase we all have dinner/drinks at each others houses routinely. We ended up only saving 2 and when we had them over that week we just served the two as an appetizer. They could not believe how good they are.I will never go back to Baltimore again without a first stop to Koco's. In fact, I might look for a Marriott (my go to hotel chain) as close to Koco's as possible and go there both days and maybe go to the inner harbor :)
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