Experience the rich and varied tastes of seafood at Mo's. Step into this classy eatery that has made a name for itself, and find out what the fuss is ... More
Mo's Fisherman's Wharf Restaurant & Mini Market
Experience the rich and varied tastes of seafood at Mo's. Step into this classy eatery that has made a name for itself, and find out what the fuss is all about. Slurp up tasty oysters or Clams on the Half Shell, that are the precursor of things to come. Salads, soups and platters are on the offer in abundance, as are Italian specialties, such as Chicken Parmigiana. A touch of the contemporary manifests itself in the form of burgers and sandwiches, and the sides dress up the meals beautifully. Worried about your diet? The extensive menu has healthy options too, with high-protein, low fat and low cholesterol dishes being the most popular. The discerning drinker will be pleased to find many rare and hard-to-find wines to go with meals. A one-time visit here promises to lead to many more.
I chose Mo's Fisherman's Wharf based on reviews and ratings I had seen right here on Yahoo Travel (and a couple of confirmations by Baltimorians who had dined there themselves.) My colleagues and I were extremely impressed, even beyond what I had expected.
Not only was the food fantastic, the entrees were huge! None of us was able to finish ours. One colleauge and I had the fried combination platter; the other chose the broiled platter. I don't think I have ever seen such big scallops in my life! Everything was prime. The sides were delicious as well - some of the best rice I have ever had.
None of us had room for dessert, but they looked delicious. We would all definitely visit again. It was everything we hoped for, and then some.
The only reason I give it slightly lower in ambiance is that, in that regard, it was unremarkable. It would have been nice if it was on the water or near a nice view; instead it sits a block or two off the Inner Harbor and looks out on a busy street. Still, the food is so delicious that the surroundings matter very little...
I ordered halibut, got haddock, and a rude waiter told me I didn't know fish, and if it was good, that was all that mattered. My husband ordered crab imperial. It had so much mustard he couldn't eat it. No cream sauce. We couldn't even give the waiter a low tip--tip was included in bill. We will never go back, and told people in visitor center who were looking for a place to eat not to go there.
On my way back to Philadelphia from Washington I was persuaded by a friend to stop for lunch at Mo's. Having had excellent seafood
in the past I was skeptical until I was presented
with Mo's lobster tail stuffed with premium crab meat, shrimp and scallops. An entree fit for royalty. I will never pass Baltimore without stopping at Mo's. You will not be disappointed.
The service is friendly and the food is excellent! You will certainly get your money's worth. I have eaten lunch here with exchange students from Europe, and they raved about it. I always make sure I take people there when we visit Baltimore Harbor. Many friends rave about another seafood place, but compared to Mo's you may as well eat at a famous fast food place and get their fish sandwich and fries! You get so much to eat that you can hardly finish it! I will return there often. I will never eat any where else when at or near the Inner Harbor. We just stop in at a certain cafe' to get T-shirts - they can keep their food!
Mo'S has yummy, yummy food and lots of it!
People from all over come to downtown Baltimore just to sample an authentic Maryland Crabcake. Mo's servers both fried and broiled [my favorite] crabcakes large enough to make a meal! Combined with the casual atmosphere and the location [two blocks from the Inner Harbor] Mo's is a great place to enjoy the finest seafood Maryland has to offer.
The service was excellent, the waiter was right on point at all times. The food was phenominal with nice portions that could not be finished in the resturant but heated up very well at home days later. The atmostphere was decent, but they need a little more space. It's a little pricy but worth every penny.
I have been there several times and enjoed each one. Personal favorites: the Cream of Crab soup is delcious, the Crab Fettucini (sometimes I aske for shrimp added in), the Shrimp Imperial, and the Filet Migon with Lobster Tail Imperial. Nice dining area upstairs and a bar downstairs if you just want a quick something. I HIGHLY recomend going.
Founded in the 1780s before Baltimore was even chartered as a city, this market continues to thrive as one of
the city's more accessible markets. Visitors will find a plethora of fresh fruits and vegetables, baked goods, meats, seafood, ...