Brave the Cold with the Best Soups in BaltimoreJanuary 8, 2024
Nothing warms up a winter day like a hot bowl of delicious soup. From good ole’ fashioned chicken noodle, to more robust creations, soup comes in so many forms, making it an incredibly versatile dish that can satisfy anyone’s cravings. Luckily for Liberty Harbor East residents, Baltimore is home to a wide variety of soup destinations!
Soup’s On in Mt. Vernon serves up fresh, homemade soups daily with zero frozen ingredients. With over 200 rotating soup options, Soup’s On is truly a one-stop shop for all soup lovers. For a hearty meal, try their sirloin steak chili, complete with a Guinness Extra Stout. For a healthy, vegan option, try their chickpea and butternut soup with collard greens and coconut milk.
Atwater’s is another soup-lovers paradise, with a variety of soup options to complement their delicious entrees. Their New Orleans Gumbo is a local favorite that’ll make you feel like you’re in the Bayou. With city locations in Belvedere and Canton, there's no excuse to miss out on Atwater's tasty creations!
Mama’s On the Half Shell
Mama’s On the Half Shell in Canton is a haven for seafood lovers, and possibly none of their dishes are more popular than their Seafood Chowder, a mouth-watering mix of creamy broth, potatoes, corn, bacon, tarragon, clams, scallops, and shrimp. It’s truly a seafood delight that brings out all the best flavors Baltimore has to offer!
Baltimore crab is recognized around the country as an icon of the city, and DiPasquale’s upholds local tradition by cheffing up an incredibly popular Cream of Crab soup. With a record of over 100 years of Italian tradition and excellence, DiPasquale’s knows what makes for a can’t miss Cream of Crab!
Blue Hill Tavern
When you think of taverns, you think of french onion soup, and nobody in Baltimore beats Canton’s Blue Hill Tavern in that department. With a perfectly fluffy layer of swiss and gruyere cheese draped over the top of the crock, this soup invites you to sink your spoon in to let the broth pool at the top, letting all the ingredients come together for that perfect spoonful.
Samos Greek Island Grill
Avgolemono soup may not be a household name right now, but after one meal at the Samos Greek Island Grill, it will be! It’s similar to classic chicken soup, but the broth is thickened using lemon juice and egg yolks, ensuring that this Greek dish is tasty and filling. With locations in Canton and Locust Point, Greek Island Grill welcomes you to warm up with this comforting soup.
Ramen is often associated with the instant noodles found in college dorms, but at Ramen Utsuke in the Inner Harbor, high-end ramen is served with the utmost care and includes a wide array of fresh, delicious ingredients. Their famous Spicy Miso Ramen is perfect for both those new to the dish and those with plenty of ramen experience!
Serving fresh, simple, and authentic food, Canton’s IndoViet brings the best of the east right to your bowl! Their Pho noodle soups are made using traditional family recipes passed down for generations and use roasted ingredients with real beef bone marrow broth. Add your choice of protein, sauce, and garnish, and get ready for a Pho-tastic experience.
A Spoonful of Soup to Brighten Your Day
With a rich variety of styles and flavors, Baltimore is sure to offer something to even the pickiest of soup-lovers. Nothing warms the soul like a hot bowl of soup on a cold winter’s day, so try one of these delectable options to brighten even the cloudiest winter days!