Best Double Date Ideas In Baltimore

April 21, 2016 8:00 AM

If three’s a crowd, four is fun waiting to happen. Love and dating are year round activities, so there are a few fun things out there to get into on a double date. Local restaurants, bars and other establishments provide some of the best entertainment and memories for years to come. Baltimore has a little bit of everything for young couples and those who are young at heart. Here are some of the amazing locations around the Baltimore area for double dating.

Oriole Park At Camden Yards
333 W. Camden St.
Baltimore, MD 21201
(888) 848-2473
baltimore.orioles.mlb.com

Oriole Park is one of the best places to go if you’re on a double date. Tickets are fairly priced; food is savory, and the atmosphere is amazing! Camden Yards is the beautiful baseball-only facility in downtown Baltimore. This ballpark provides a vast amount of options to grab a bite to eat and enjoy a taste of Maryland. Spectators have a chance to view many shops and restaurants, such as Boog Powell’s outdoor barbecue stand. Grab a bag of popcorn, eat a hot dog and root for the O’s as a fun option for a double date!

RA Sushi
1390 Lancaster St.
Baltimore, MD 21231
(410) 522-3200
www.rasushi.com

A delightful place to meet up and enjoy a delicious meal with friends, RA Sushi provides the right decor and lighting that give an amazing vibe. Make sure you set up reservations because this restaurant is high in demand. From the garlic yellowtail sashimi to the Viva Las Vegas Roll, you and your significant other will be sure to enjoy your experience in the night life dining scene. RA Sushi is a happening place with fresh ingredients and tasty sushi, along with affordable prices.

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Regi’s American Bistro
1002 Light St.
Baltimore, MD 21230
(410) 539-7344
regisamericanbistro.com

Regi’s American Bistro is a lovely setting for dining and take out, as well as finding a cozy environment for you and your friends. Located in Federal Hill, Regi’s American Bistro offers a very vast and eclectic menu with amazing appetizer and bar fare. The Satay and crab cakes are a rave among customers who enjoy Maryland seafood, along with the highly rated jambalaya, which includes shrimp, fish and other special ingredients.

Mother’s Federal Hill Grille
1113 S. Charles St.
Baltimore, MD 21230
(410) 244-8686
www.mothersgrille.com

Home to one of the most impressive breakfast and brunch, lunch and dinner, Mother’s Federal Hill Grille is excellent for a double date. The nachos and boneless wings are considered to be fantastic by most of the Grille’s patrons. Come football Sunday, this establishment is rocking. Ravens’ tailgating activities are alive and energetic as it is only a few blocks away from M&T Bank Stadium. Each time of the day provides a different appeal depending upon preference. As the sun sets on Fed Hill, there is a more youthful crowd, so expect a highly energized environment.

The Walters Art Museum
600 N. Charles St.
Baltimore, MD 21201
(410) 547-9000
www.thewalters.org

Free entry and unlimited beautiful art continues to make this museum special for gallery goers. There is a great mixture of armor from the medieval ages as well as an amazing collection of sculptures from antiquity. Every step inside this museum is a walking history lesson waiting to appear to the viewer’s eye. With over a 1000 years worth of civilization’s decadence, political power and lavish expression art, The Walters Art Museum provides ample activity for double dates. The friendly staff can offer a free 45 minute tour. Time will fly by as you take an evening to view some of the most amazing parts of history and art culture.

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Nelson Barnes II is a freelance writer covering all things Baltimore. His work can be found on Examiner.com.