The Old Line State has quite a few themed restaurants if you know where to look. While a handful of them are found in Maryland’s most touristy spot – Baltimore, there are others you may not have known about. Prepare for a dining experience like no other at the following 13 themed restaurants in the Old Line State.
1. Mutiny Pirate Bar & Island Grille (Glen Burnie)
Argh! This pirate themed restaurant serves an array of items among a festive setting. Check it out, or walk the plank!
Address: 1653 Marley Ave
Glen Burnie, MD 21060
2. Captain James Seafood (Baltimore)
This boat-shaped restaurant is the most nautical eatery in the state of Maryland. If you're a lover of lobster, be sure to visit during Lobster Madness Tuesday!
Address: 2127 Boston St, Baltimore, MD 21231
3. Baldwin's Station (Sykesville)
This unique restaurant is housed in an old train station. Choose to sit on the patio and watch the occasional train speed by. So much fun!
Address: 7618 Main St
Sykesville, MD 21784
4. Bert's 50's Diner (Mechanicsville)
Classic diner food in a nostalgic atmosphere. Make sure to bring change for the games and jukebox.
Address: 28760 Three Notch Rd
Mechanicsville, MD 20659
5. Cafe Hon (Baltimore)
This place is oh so Baltimore. When visiting this quirky place, be sure to order the crab cakes and end your meal with one of the delectable baked goods.
Address: 1002 W 36th St
Baltimore, MD 21211
6. BAMF Cafe (Baltimore)
Nerds, rejoice! This kooky cafe hosts movie nights, sells fandom memorabilia, and has scrumptious sandwiches to top it all off.
Address: 1821 N Charles St, Baltimore, MD 21201
7. Dead Freddies on the Bay (Ocean City)
Dead Freddies is another pirate themed restaurant in the state that's full of fun. From the unique playground to the mouthwatering drinks, you may never want to leave.
Address: 105 64th Street Bayside Ocean City, MD 21842
8. Medieval Times (Hanover)
Step back in time and watch sword fights, jousting, and more at this royal restaurant. Feast on a meal fit for a king while cheering for your knight.
Address: Arundel Mills, 7000 Arundel Mills Cir, Hanover, MD 21076
9. Dick's Last Resort (Baltimore)
At this touristy spot in the Harbor, things run a little different. Waiters jokingly insult their customers, labeling them with a giant white paper hat. It's not for the faint of heart. The food however, is deliciously sinful.
Address: 621 E Pratt St
Baltimore, MD 21202
10. Cadillac Ranch (Oxon Hill)
This western themed restaurant is located at the National Harbor. Spend the day perusing the local shops, then end your evening by braving a ride on the mechanical bull.
Address: 186 Fleet St
Oxon Hill, MD 20745
11. Papermoon Diner (Baltimore)
There is truly no other restaurant like this in the world. Both the exterior and interior of the diner is filled with one-of-a-kind art, Pez dispensers, and more. Be sure to also check out their chocolate bacon milkshake!
Address; 227 W 29th St
Baltimore, MD 21211
12. Honi Honi Bar (Oakland)
This place is part tiki bar and part animal themed (there's even a giant gorilla on the roof!). They're known for their frozen drinks and incredible view of Deep Creek Lake.
Address: 19745 Garrett Hwy, Oakland, MD 21550
13. Lost City Diner (Baltimore)
This space and comic themed diner is perfect for sci-fi geeks. Munch on classic diner food while channeling your inner Trekkie.
Address: 1730 N Charles St
Baltimore, MD 21201
Do you know of any other themed restaurants in Maryland? Feel free to share below!