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Harborplace & The Gallery, Baltimore

Categories: Gift & Specialty Shops, Shopping
Inspirock Rating:
3.1/5 based on 95 reviews on the web
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  • There were so many shops that looked very interesting. The one candy store called it's sugar was my favorite store. There was so much candy from my childhood that brought back so many memories. We ate...  read more »
  • By an American shopping mall, I mean something else. An entire floor is empty. Cheap shops and more shops with stale range. But everything in the lower price segment. Asian women can be for $8 nails paint can. A massage or acupuncture is it next session.
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  • I primarily visit the Gallery for manicures and pedicures…..the Gap and BR are nice too, otherwise most mid-range stores have left the Gallery and there is mostly young teens in and out of the mall….....  read more »
  • Tourist trap central here but if you are looking for convenience of quick shopping and dining then this will meet your expectation. For those that do not like to venture too far from the hotel or the Inner Harbor area, then this is for you. It is also a quick stop for souvenirs. Plenty of shops in this two story complex with commercial dining (franchise type restaurants) located in the AC complex.
  • Absolutely love eating at The Cheesecake Factory. The menu is amazing and the food delicious. Our waitress was wonderful. I wish I could remember her name to give her a shout out! They do however need to take care of a very slippery floor.
  • Very disappointed with both pavilions. Half the stores and restaurants were closed or under renovation. Buildings seemed old and outdated and just not welcoming. Spent a total of 10 mins. in each. Remembering back about 10 years ago visiting these locations and there was wall to wall people and you couldn't move. I would estimate probably seeing 10 people the entire time now. Very disappointing. Enjoyed shopping the stores in the past
  • Harborplace is a fun shopping and dining area framing one corner of the Inner Harbor. There are a wide variety of restaurants from casual (like my favorite, Noodles and Company) to classy. There are a few shops but not a particularly large number. It can get a little crowded over here during the peak of the tourist season.
  • The atmosphere is amazing. The outdoor space is clean and inviting. Great food. Better people. The "It's Sugar" candy store is a must on your visit down there.
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