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Destination dining: 16 On The Park

Dinner with a view at 16 On The Park, high atop the newly opened Residence Inn Baltimore at Johns Hopkins Medical Campus. Take the express elevator to the top floor, sixteen of course, not only offers up the great views of the city, the bar/dining room is filled with nooks and crannies for comfortable seating both indoors and outdoors.

The restaurant is American themed, seafood-focused. A holiday party afforded me an opportunity to indulge in many offerings inclusive of their seafood tower: lobster, oysters, shrimp, tuna poke and lump crabmeat. I was hard pressed to have to share this, but I did.

The deviled eggs with lobster, the Maryland crab sliders, the charcuterie board with cheese, flatbreads, burgers and an outstanding, yes, I said outstanding flat iron steak (prime Wagyu) were all winners. From that experience, I would go back for dinner: that flat iron steak is calling my name. Even on that cold night, we all enjoyed hot toddies on the patio, taking in downtown Baltimore’s vista.

For those of you who want something more than a diet coke, the bar offers local craft beer on tap, plenty of wines by the glass and a unique selection of house cocktails.

There are sufficient TV screens for watching sports and a really nice looking bar filled with Johns Hopkins Hospital staff. I can still hear my Jewish mother saying, “You should marry a doctor!” Hint; hint to all the singles out there where to go for happy hour. If you are driving, there is valet parking.

Put 16 On The Park on your “Where to Dine list.”

 16 on the Park

Residence Inn Baltimore at Johns Hopkins Medical Campus

800 N. Wolfe Street – Baltimore, MD 21205

443 524 8450 Website

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Dara Bunjon

For Dara Bunjon if it is food, Dara Does It, in fact that is the name of her company which offers creative solutions for the food industry the likes of public relations, marketing, social media, cookbook compilations, food styling, culinary events, networking and freelance writing. She even works as a kitchen slave part-time for the continuing culinary education and most important, the leftovers. Dara Bunjon lives, eats, dreams and writes about food and isn’t hesitant to share her views and experiences about restaurants, culinary trends, recipes, cookbooks or even her childhood food memories. She has been on the food scene for too many years to mention. Known both in Baltimore and nationally, Dara Bunjon is on Women Chefs and Restaurateurs’ national public relations committee. Dara believes food is subjective; everyone’s taste is different and she enjoys bringing you to her table to commiserate and enjoy lively discourse. Contact the author.

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