Nearby Neighborhoods in Baltimore
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Canton - home - The popular waterfront neighborhood in which INN at 2920 is located features O'Donnell Square with an eclectic array of restaurants and shops for all tastes!
Brewer's Hill - 0.5 mile - The historic renovation and adaptive reuse of two landmark Baltimore Breweries, Gunther Brewery and National Brewerey, where "Natty Boh" was first brewed, is just a few blocks from the Canton neighborhood.
Butcher's Hill - 1 mile - Sometimes called "Baltimore's Friendliest Neighborhood," offering wonderful views of the city skyline and the harbor and bordering Patterson Park, the largest park in the downtown area.
Federal Hill - 3 miles - The old-fashioned Cross Street Market remains the heart of this historic neighborhood located just south of Inner Harbor and also features many fine restaurants and taverns, galleries and shops.
Fell's Point - 1 mile - This historic neighborhood has long been a favorite attraction of young and old alike! Bordering Canton and just 1 mile away, funky or classic, unique or unusual, and conservative or wild are all nearby in Fells Point.
Hampden - 6 miles - Feeling like a small town where modest homes retain their original charm and locals still use the Baltimore term of endearment - Hon, as in, "How ya doin', Hon?" This is true classic Baltimore!
Harbor East - 2 miles - Redefining urban life, expanding the city experience and recapturing the time when shopping, dining, commerce, art, tourism, entertainment and living all thrived in one easily accessible setting.
Little Italy - 1.5 miles - Discover menus of exquisite recipes and sweets from many regions of Italy, prepare to make your taste buds beg for more! Authentic Italian food is everywhere in Little Italy.
Mount Vernon - 3 miles - Known as "Baltimore's Cultural Urban Village," boasting museums, music, theater, international dining cuisine, boutiques, festivals, and a thriving nightlife, Mount Vernon is also home to Baltimore's gay neighborhood.
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