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Baltimore: loads of food and fun!

A fun time had by all!

A fun time had by all!

Looking for ideas for fun things to do in Baltimore with your corporate group, team, or coworkers? Looking to impress your corporate clients?

Look no further than Bite of Baltimore! Get the chance to know the city AND your coworkers by walking through the city and learning about Baltimore’s rich history.

What’s a food tour?

A food tour is a walking tour, that includes multiple stops for food at different restaurants. Think “progressive dinner”, where you have appetizers at one restaurant, an entree at another, a cocktail at the next, and dessert at yet another restaurant. All the while, you get to learn about Baltimore from an experienced and engaging tour guide. Feed your corporate guests, or get to know your coworkers and break the ice with your team!

Mount Vernon or Fells Point?

A food tour that caters to you!

Food and fun with your team!

Food and fun with your team!

We offer private and corporate tours in the waterfront neighborhood of Fells Point, and the historic Mount Vernon neighborhood in Baltimore. Our Fells Point tour features Maryland-centric food, with crab cakes and pit beef (considered to be Maryland’s version of BBQ). Our Mount Vernon tour features the multi-ethnic cuisine of the neighborhood, with Turkish and “Globally Inspired” cuisine. These two very different neighborhoods provide multiple opportunities to impress your corporate clients and your team!

Let us impress your coworkers and corporate clients!

Nothing brings your team together like great food, ice-breaking games, and camaraderie. Take your group on a food tour today!

Mount Vernon

Mount Vernon: humble beginnings

Mount Vernon is one of the most vibrant neighborhoods in Baltimore. It was named after George Washington’s home of Mount Vernon, Virginia. Its name is fitting because it is the location of the first monument dedicated to George Washington.

Baltimore’s Washington Monument may not be as large as the one in neighboring DC, but it predates its larger version by 33 years. The cornerstone of Baltimore’s Washington Monument was laid in 1815, and the construction was finished in 1829. DC’s Washington Monument started in 1848 (33 years after the cornerstone was laid in Baltimore’s monument) and was not completed until 1888.

Industrialists rebuilding after the war of 1812 flocked to this fashionable neighborhood. They built the brownstones, mansions, and grand buildings that stand in the neighborhood today.

Mount Vernon: modern marvels

The Mount Vernon neighborhood is marked by varied and delicious cuisine, ranging from Thai to Turkish, from Afghani to New American. There are new sites, such as the newly renovated Hotel Revival and its rooftop bar Topside. There are painstakingly preserved charms such as the Elephant: where the Knapp family mansion’s collection of Waterford crystal, Tiffany glass, and De Forest carvings still decorate its lavish dining rooms and luxe lounge.

Overwhelmed by all the culinary choices and historic sights of Mount Vernon? Not to worry!

See and taste all Mount Vernon has to offer with a Food Tour. Click below and choose Mount Vernon.

I Dream of Deli

I Dream of Deli

Deli is a part of the legacy of Baltimore. A great big sandwich and an even greater story. 

Patterson Park

Patterson Park

Patterson Park from the experiences and perspective of Bite of Baltimore Food Tour. 

Preakness

Preakness

Baltimore's Premier Food Tour sits down and tells us about Preakness and Horsing Around - Baltimore Style. 

Fells Point in Focus

Fells Point in Focus

Bite of Baltimore explores Fells Point. Join our tour in Fells Point to learn more about this historic waterfront community.