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December 2, 2005
From journal Visit Baltimore
January 22, 2005
I munched my way through a very fresh green salad and truly enjoyed my planked Norwegian salmon served with a very light bourbon-pecan sauce. My fist was fresh and prepared perfectly. Seldom have I had better. I would fly 2,000 miles to have it again! Once again, my husband ordered another plate of crab cakes. He adores fresh seafood. We topped it all off with huge, fresh, and tasty desserts (after all, we'd been walking around all morning). I had a lemon cake that goes to the top of my favorites list.
There was full-bar service. It gets very busy in the evenings, so reservations are recommended for after 5pm. We walked in for lunch without a wait. I'll give them extra points also for very good regular American-style coffee. If you don't want seafood, there are offerings of beef, chicken, and vegetarian dishes. This is something for everyone, including special dishes for children. I put this restaurant in my top three for Baltimore and not to be missed.
From journal Pride of Baltimore
August 20, 2003
From journal Birthday in Baltimore
July 8, 2002
Phillips Harborplace is extremely popular, so be prepared to wait, if you try to get seated between the hours of 12:00 noon and 1:30 P.M. or 5:00 P.M. to 8:00 P.M. To decrease the amount of time you wait in line, try to arrive by 11:30 A.M. for lunch, or have an early dinner at 4:00 P.M.
The Phillips chain of restaurants extends from Baltimore to Ocean City and Annapolis, MD and even to Washington DC, so if you are in one of those cities, you can also have a great dining experience. Phillips also operates a Carry Out facility at the Baltimore Inner Harbor, and you can buy crab cakes to go, or have them shipped anywhere in the continental US.
If you're only going to be in Baltimore for one day, have lunch or dinner at Phillips Harborplace.
From journal Best of Bawlmer-Baltimore to Use Guys
October 30, 2001
From journal Baltimore Inner Harbour
Cary, North Carolina
April 12, 2004
From journal Baltimore's Inner Harbor
by Foxboro Marmot
October 21, 2000
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Brick, New Jersey
August 22, 2007
From journal Getaways