Hagerstown is located at the intersection of several major Maryland highways, earning the neighborhood the nickname "Hub City." Given its role as a transportation center, it's no wonder that Hagerstown caters to a variety of culinary tastes. There are many international cuisines available in this area, ranging from authentic German bratwurst to Korean fried chicken. The neighborhood also has plenty of fun bars that serve traditional American fare like burgers, fries, and chicken wings. When residents and visitors are looking for upscale food, they can choose to dine out at one of Hagerstown's seafood restaurants. While Hagerstown is 75 miles from Baltimore, the distance hasn't dulled this area's ability to make a great crab cake. For people who prefer turf to surf, Hagerstown also has a number of great steakhouses.