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There's been an upscale revamping and the pizzas have been gussied up. The immense burgers, though, are still here.
Try the best wings in Baltimore! No one else has 15 different fantastic flavors. Trying to eat healthy? Have one of our great salads! Everything is totally fresh here at American Wings & Pizza.
Eager-to-please little Amer's Café uses its wood-burning oven to excellent ends. Witness the fluffy, puffy, fresh-baked pita bread that accompanies the silky, garlic-scented baba ghanouj, tender schwarmas, and other Middle Eastern specialties, or the delectably crispy-crusted pizzas. Each of Amer's individually named flavors of pizza ventures far beyond boring tomato sauce and cheese; one favorite is the piquant Dahb, made with tangy marinated eggplant, roasted red peppers, pickled peppers, sun-dried tomatoes and lots of garlic. Add belly dancers every Friday and Saturday night and the house policy of letting kids make their own pizzas and you've got a recipe for fun. BYOB.
A neighborhood Italian joint with an Irish pub in the basement might seem a strange place to sample one of Charm City's finest signature delicacies, but Angelina's delivers pleasingly plump lump cakes. Literally: they ship their famous fresh crab cakes anywhere in the United States. And all of Angelina's quality, rib-sticking old-school fare, from soup to rolls to dessert, is made in-house.
Bistro fare with an Asian influence, featuring the flavors of chili and wasabe, in a candlelit dining room.
B is one of those neighborhood restaurants that feels like a well-kept secret even though it's been around for years. The ever-changing array of homemade ravioli and seasonal fare impresses.
Brick Oven Pizza is so proud of its wood-burning stove and old-school baking method that it named itself after it, but you're gonna be all about the almost infinite kinds of pizza you can dream up by combining its 53-plus toppings options. Or just opt for one of its house specialties: go cheesy (the mozzarella, ricotta, provolone, Romano, fontina, and Gorgonzola Lucky 7 White Cheese), go traditional (the mozzarella and fresh basil Margarite Lisa), or just go nutty (the barbecue chicken and shrimp).
Bagby is the pizza place you wish was in your own neighborhood. Pie crusts are cracker thin, pastas and salads are homemade and generous, and service aims to please.
Unassuming, earnest carryout north of Union Square and Hollins Market serving burgers, pizza, lake trout, cheese steak subs...the usual.
"This Euro-style neighborhood cafe serves the business and court crowd by day, and is a full-blown restaurant at night. Featuring seafood, paninis, vegetarian and sweets. During the live music in the evenings, you can find the local college students and the nearby residents using the wifi, dining with a date on the deck, and of course french pressing their coffee."
Casual dining, carry out and local delivery. Homemade pizza dough and sub rolls made fresh daily. Homemade pizza sauce, good quality ingredients, fresh produce. For those tired of chain and franchise pizza. Pasta dinners, salads, soups, appetizers, subs, calzone, stromboli, pizza, desserts.
This off-the-beaten-path Rotunda counter offers the standard subs and salads options, but we really only hit it consistently for the pizza by the slice. Casa Mia's nice-sized cuts of pie--try the veggie or the spinach and tomato--are perfect pre- or post-movie snacks when hitting the Rotunda Cinemateque or the perfect self-reward for surviving a trip to Giant without having a nervous breakdown from having to navigate the Schylla and Charibdis of the elderly and the collegiate, both equally confused in crowds.
"We offer excellent Indian food, subs and pizza. We especially recommend the Chicken Tika Masala and to wash it down - Mango Lassi. For those that don't like Indian food you can satisfy all your tastebuds at Charles Restaurant!"
"Free from any bells and Cheezy's is exemplary. The essence of pizza-- crust, cheese and tomatoes -- is very simple, and variations in quality can usually be explained by variations in the tools and the attention and care put into preparation. On both counts, Cheezy's cannot be faulted. The sauce is bright with the simple, sweet taste of fresh tomatoes, the expensive cheese is fresh and slightly salty, and the crust is a crisp lower platform with an airy upper layer. The lightness of the crust is a subject much-debated and has been attributed to everything from the recipe (flour, water, yeast and salt, sugar, top shelf olive oil) to the hand tossing! While working your way through a pie in the very super clean tile-floored dining room, you might find a family chowing down 2 XL Pizzas or two elderly neighborhood women wheeling in with walkers and then downing an entire pie between them. And who could blame them? This food embodies the sensations and flavors that all wanna be New Yorkers, on an almost primal level, understand as the definition of REAL NY pizza!!!!"
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Harold Pinter's 1960's play about a homeless man (played by Marc Horwitz) who is invited by two working class brothers to stay in a dilapidated London flat that begins a war of treachery, dominance, and mystery.
This all-inclusive fundrasing event, presented by Suited to Succeed, seeks to help underprivileged women transition from welfare to work. Attendees are encouraged to bring tax deductible donations of women's business attire and accessories. This year, honorary chair and special guest Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake will honor the "Angels," special donors who have conributed their time and funds to the organization. Patrice Sanders of Fox 45 will once again host the event. Attendees will be welcomed with food, drinks, and entertainment.
This years KarmaFest features Bhakti Tree, Raa Djarsi, Linda Biggs, David London as well as holistic healing, meditation, spiritualist, healthy food and more!
Current Gallery presents an exhibition of new work by photgrapher Kyle Tata. In addition to the exhibit, Current is also releasing a catalog of Tata's work.
The 2013 Sowebo Arts and Music Festival, on Sunday May 26th between noon and 8pm, features some of Baltimore's best bands performing on 3 stages, a variety of arts and crafts from more than 40 artists, the SoweboPoster show and auction, interactive art and craft exhibits, and much more.
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