Where to Eat in Baltimore Right Now
The gist: Joining an already packed roster at Mount Vernon Marketplace, Fishnet was opened by Turkish-born restaurateur Ferhat Yalcin and Baltimore native Keyia Yalcin.
The food: This scratch kitchen uses every part of its fresh fish, like non-filet cuts for salmon croquettes and bones for stocks, but mainstays include a towering crispy catfish sandwich and street food-inspired Baltimore Bomber that proves seafood and cheese do mix. If soft shell crab is in season, get the sandwich. Trust us.
The cost: Sides (including drool-worthy mac and cheese) are $4 and mains are $9-15.