People are staying closer to home these days, but there’s still lots to do in the region. 9 ½ Hours is a feature with suggestions for local day trips.
Broadway is a spine running north-south on the East Side of Baltimore, connecting the harbor piers of Fells Point to the dome of the original Johns Hopkins Hospital.
At each end are two distinctive city public markets, dishing out food, drink and groceries for residents, workers and visitors, much as they have since the 18th and 19th centuries.
Broadway Market to the south and Northeast Market at the north are bustling, inviting and authentic – packed with local food stalls and devoid of chain stores or marketing.
Baltimore Fishbowl recently spent 9 1/2 hours exploring three of the markets on the west side. This installment focuses on Broadway Market and Northeast Market.