Among the city’s many LGBT welcoming properties is the Hotel Monaco Baltimore, a Kimpton Hotel, which is located downtown in the historic Baltimore & Ohio Railroad headquarters on N. Charles Street, built in 1906.
Across the street is The Hippo. Drawing a large mix of gay men, lesbians and open-minded heteros, it has a street-front saloon with outdoor seating as well as a large dance club that is extremely popular on Friday and Saturday nights.
Just north of the Inner Harbor area is Baltimore’s Midtown district and where visitors will find City Café on Cathedral Street. Serving contemporary American cuisine, the gay-owned cafe always draws a crowd.
Seafood Restaurant in Baltimore, MD, United States
Faidley Seafood‘s lump meat Maryland style crab cakes are among the best you’ll find in the city. A family-owned and operated business since 1886, it’s located in downtown Baltimore’s Lexington Market.