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No. 56: Phillips Seafood

The move in late 2011 to a new Inner Harbor home has done wonders for the homegrown seafood giant. The food is mostly shipshape, the service could not be friendlier, and the new space is expansive, welcoming and, for a high-volume, family-friendly restaurant, downright attractive. The best dishes are simple and classic, such as a crab saute that, even at $25, is a better introduction to sweet Maryland crab meat than a crab cake. • Restaurant info.: Phillips Seafood, 601 E. Pratt St., Inner Harbor. 410-685-6600, phillipsseafood.com
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