If you run into a 20 foot tall pink flamingo you know you've arrived at the epicenter of Baltimore Hon culture. Cafe Hon.

cafe hon restaurant in Baltimore Looking out to the harbor from a pier in Fells Point. The Renaissance Harborplace Hotel and the Gallery shopping center are just on the other side of Pratt Street from the attractions of the Inner Harbor. The Hyatt Regency Hotel was the first Inner Harbor hotel to be built in the late 1970's.  Due to its early start on its competitors, it enjoys one of the best locations for a hotel in the Inner Harbor. Sabatino's is one of the many great restaurants of Baltimore's Little Italy. Rocco’s Capriccio offers some of the best Italian dishes to be found this far from the Mediterranean. Duck into an alley along The Avenue for the Alley Cat consignment shop. In Watermelon Sugar is one of the larger gift shops in Hampden. The Village Flower Mart is a popular local florist in Hampden. The Avenue Diner in Hampden is a local tradition that has been in business for generations. Cafe Hon, where beehive hairdos never went out of style. Atomic Books on the Avenue is your source for independent and underground books, comics, and graphic novels. This ESPN Zone in the Power Plant was the first one of several built in the country.  It features a full service restaurant, a large sports bar, sports memorabilia throughout, and a sports themed arcade. The Waterfront Promenade wraps around Henderson's Wharf, an upscale hotel and condominium in Fell's Point. A variety of businesses and shops are lined up along the Southwestern side of Broadway Street in Fells Point. Additional commercial pictures

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