48 Perfect Hours in Baltimore
Give yourselves the gift of a luxury weekend for two in Charm City. Here's your itinerary.
10 a.m. | Walk to Pitango Bakery + Café, located just around the corner from the Sagamore Pendry. Order a cappuccino and peruse the Sunday paper, or just stare at the Inner Harbor. www.pitangogelato.com
Noon | Check out.
12:15 p.m. | For a magnificent last hurrah, treat yourselves to the buffet brunch at Wit & Wisdom in the Four Seasons Baltimore. This spectacular repast ($59 for adults; $29 for kids 12 and under) is worth the price for the s’mores and crepe stations alone, but add to that a roast beef carving station, biscuits and gravy, a bounteous raw bar, cheese and charcuterie, deviled eggs, fried oysters, pulled-pork barbecue, breakfast standards and a seemingly endless array of pastries and gelati, and you’ll want to move in. www.witandwisdombaltimore.com
2:30 p.m. | Hit the road, Jack.
David Hagedorn is the dining critic for Arlington Magazine and Bethesda Magazine.