Tuesday night's dinner was at the famous Phillip's Seafood Restaurant, which moved to the other side of the harbor since the last time I was at the Inner Harbor. After a short wait of 20 minutes, mango sangria and a beet salad were quickly ordered. The main entree was the ultimate crab cake.
The next morning was a delightful treat with the BlancNoir breakfast. The cold breakfast included: salmon, nuts, cheese, cereal and yogurt. There was a nice selection of hot breakfast dishes. I had the gourmet belgian waffle (I don't remember the ingredients but it was delicious).
The day was spent visiting the National Aquarium, The Baltimore Basilica, and the Walters Art Museum. Since it was Shark Week, it appropriate to view the sharks. The dolphin show was wet and the jellyfish were ghostly and mesmerizing. I always enjoy my visit to the National Aquarium. The Basilica claims to be the first Roman Catholic cathedral in America. The exhibits at the Walters Art Museum covered a lot of history and were very interesting and informative. At the recommendation of a friend, lunch was at Faidley's Seafood at Lexington Market. Faidley's claims to serve the best crab cake in Baltimore. I would whole heartedly agree!
It was nice to come back to the Inner Harbor!