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I'll be spending week days in east Baltimore the next few weeks for an internship. Are there any fish-related sites of interest in the city?

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The aquarium in Inner Harbor.

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I'll be spending week days in east Baltimore the next few weeks for an internship.
Congratulations! East Baltimore is a fabulous, funky, historic place to wander around in!

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Are there any fish-related sites of interest in the city?
This is offered with tongue in cheek, but, also, in full earnest. One of the best meals I've ever had was at a classic a Baltimore seafood restaurant, Fridley's, in the Lexington Market. Having gone to high school in Fort Lauderdale, Florida back in the 1960s, I know and love good seafood. The best crab cake I've ever eaten was at Fridley's, and if I lived any closer, I'd get down there regularly. One tip, for a once in a lifetime treat, buy their top of the line Lump Crab Cake! It is a bit more than the "regular" one, but an incredible eating experience.

I look forward to hearing about your visit as it unfolds!

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@Chris Noto,

Thanks for the kind words. I appreciate your sense of humor in suggesting a seafood place; unfortunately I'm allergic to crustacean shellfish and can't stand the taste of most fish. I'll definitely be visiting the aquarium when I get the chance and will post updates.

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There is a pretty nice fish shop, called House of Tropicals, which is about 15 minutes away from Baltimore!
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