Fed Hill Eats: Nola Seafood & Spirits

There was a point when I dined in DC and Northern VA every week. Then we started hanging out in Baltimore and fell in foodie love!


Baltimore's food scene is so unique! It's truly a one-of-a-kind experience. This past weekend, we went to Nola Seafood & Spirits. I have to give a shout out to one of the people in my Instagram community for the recommendation! It did not disappoint.


We made reservations for 7:15 pm on Saturday and arrived a little bit earlier so we could check out the area. We heard of the Fed Hill food scene, so we were looking forward to not only trying this spot, but seeing what else was in the area. As we walked, we saw tons of restaurants, bars, and rooftops. And there are so many areas for cute photo-ops. I can't wait to go back when it's warmer and have a full photoshoot.


For drinks, I had a Raspberry Beret, which was amazing! It includes Hendricks Gin, lemon juice, raspberry-rosemary syrup, and ginger ale. I usually don't drink gin, but it was so smooth and sweet!



Rasoul had Brandy Crusta, which is s composed of Darvelle Freres VSOP Brandy, lemon juice, simple syrup, Angostura bitters, sugar-rim, and an orange twist.


For appetizers, we sampled the uptown gumbo, which I highly recommend.


For dinner, I had the shrimp and grits, one of their signature dishes. Rasoul had the cajun catfish.



The music and vibes were great and provided a good mix of old and some new school music.



We then went upstairs to the lounge and enjoyed cocktails. The restaurant stays open until 2 am, so it was nice to not have to rush our conversation. We sat back, chatted, and enjoyed the scene.


This is a great foodie spot if you're in the area! We plan to go back and I already know what I plan to get LOL.


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