Dog's Day Out in Baltimore, MD
This Baltimore favorite is owned by Baltimore natives and serves fresh seafood and comfort classics in a warm environment. So stop in and get some clams or just settle for the classic Maryland crab cake made from jumbo lump crab meat, deep fried, and topped with mustard. Finish the meal off with a side of mac and cheese and an orange crush to drink. So grab your pup and head on down to grab a table on the patio to enjoy some of Baltimore's finest seafood.
Your dog will love this rugged paradise, from hiking, to trails, open fields, and a stream this outdoor haven has something for the tastes of every dog. A little drive out of the city into Baltimore County will bring you here. If your dog likes to play fetch there is plenty of wide open space. For those water dogs there is a stream where they can splash around and for those looking for a workout there are trails both through the fields and up into the hills. So go get lost on one of the trails and have a blast!
For no additional up front fee you and your dog up to 75 pounds can enjoy one of the nicest hotels in Baltimore. Be sure to keep your room clean because they do reserve the right to charge your credit card after you checkout if they feel there was damage to the room. Remember to bring along your dog's rabies records from the vet and give your dogs name, breed, and weight when making the reservation. Adjacent to Camden Yards and a few blocks from the Inner Harbor and Little Italy this hotel is truly at the heart of the city. Head down to Little Italy for a bite to eat and walk around the Inner Harbor watching the water taxi's and the people.
If you are looking for some great Baltimore seafood stop into Shucker of Fells Point, right on the Broadway Pier on the water in historic Fells Point. They are very dog friendly and love to see your pup any day of the week that the outdoor patio is open. They will treat your dog to a fresh bowl of water and some biscuits, but if you come in for "Yappy Hour" on Wednesday between 5pm and 7pm with your dog you will enjoy 20% off your bill. So head on down for a real Maryland crab cake and some oysters and enjoy the view with your best friend.
This is the perfect way to take in the culture and history of Baltimore which is often forgotten about as the city on I-95 between DC and Philadelphia. Take this tour through the historic Fells Point neighborhood and find out what a Clipper Ship was and where it was created, and visit the pub that is believed to be the last place Edgar Allan Poe was seen alive and is believed to still be haunted by his ghost. The tour is relatively short, lasting about an hour and a little under a mile in distance. Call ahead to make sure the tour is not sold out and to reserve your spot. Parking can be a little tricky in this neighborhood so allow a little extra time to look for a spot and if needed to look for a convenient parking lot or garage. Your pup will love the late evening walk and you will love the walking history lesson.