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"If you truly want some REAL SOUL FOOD...Homemade with Love, you MUST VISIT: AMBROSIA'S SOULFUL SUNDAY BUFFET.
Ambrosia's Soulful Sunday buffet is open every Sunday from 1 pm - 6 pm. Located @ 1810 Cherry Hill Road @ Waterview Avenue. Just south of downtown Baltimore. Come taste and tell!
You can feast on a smorgasbord of scrumptious southern favorites including Smothered Chicken, Pork Chops, BBQ Ribs, Fried Chicken, Fried Catfish, Fried Whiting, Baked Talapia, Mac & Cheese, Collard Greens, Candied Yams, Mashed Potatoes & Gravy, Blackeyed Peas & Rice, Cabbage, Cornbread, Iced Tea, Apple or Peach Cobblers, Banana Pudding, Bread Pudding.
You can eat all you want for $15 in a very nice atmosphere. The food is great and the service is too!"
On top of Andy Nelson's roof there is a giant pink pig sporting the letter Q on its belly. Under Andy Nelson's roof is the finest barbeque in the land. Painstakingly hickory smoked and slathered in proprietary spice mixes and homemade sauces, Andy's meat is succulent and deeply flavored. The Memphis-style ribs and pulled-pork 'que are the main attractions, but equally important are the Southern-style sides. Collard greens are smoky, the corn bread sweet and tender, and the zesty, peppery baked beans not to be missed. Get yourself a giant glass of real-thing Southern sweet tea and you have got yourself a truly righteous meal. Can I get a witness?
Eating at Big Bad Wolf's House of Barbeque is simple: Pick your meat, add sauce and sides, devour. Meat-wise, there are pork ribs or beef ribs--both dry rubbed with a secret spice mi[vegetarian] before they're smoked to perfection--and chicken available as classic BBQ bird or Eastern Shore style, with lots of Old Bay seasoning. Then you get to pick from six homemade barbecue sauces in an educated representation of regional Southern bbq tradition: classic Kansas City, either spicy or sweet; tangy Carolina mustard; super-tangy Carolina vinegar; tomato-based Texas pit; or mild sweet honey sauce. The ribs are excellent dry, but the sauces are swell, so either way you win.
"Home Smoked BBQ with Cajun Flavors. Beer Soaked Pulled Pork, Slow Seasoned Pit Beef, Nice BIG Ribs as Rack or Half Rack, Smoked Ham and Turkey, Italian Sausage, Extra Large Hot Dogs.
Now for the Cajun....
Authentic Red Beans & Rice, Homemade Greens, Jambalaya, Gumbo, and Etoufee.
All prepared by Chef David from New Orleans and his staff. Katrina did one good thing, the wind blew him up here.
If you want a taste of the South, then head to Bleue's.
We do Catering and Take Out orders!
We are currently in a trailer while the restaurant is being completed."
"Neighborhood restaurant and lounge with a Soul flare. Outstanding Crab Cakes, Steamed crabs and Hot Wings. Package goods and carry out. Outdoor deck and full restaurant, lounge and bar. A very popular place in the Randallstown/Woodlawn area.Entertainment most nights. Soul and R & B."
Danielle's Chicken-n-Waffles is known on the East Coast for our Belgium Waffle, made with a unique mix, providing the ultimate taste. Our custom made spices give our fried chicken, catfish and lake trout a unique taste. Although our specialty is fried chicken and waffles, but we have so much more. We're known for our baked mac n cheese, candied yams, delicious greens and many other delicious side items. Our award winning Waffle Dinners and Classic Southern Soul Food Cuisine will keep you coming back for more!
Blues club in the heart of Fells Point with a menu of soul food, burgers, and seafood.
"Southern. Inspired." is Langermann's motto, and it shows in many of the dishes, from the biscuits and jalapeno-spiked cornbread to appetizers such as fried green tomatoes and catfish fingers. Skip the crab cakes in favor of savory shrimp grits.
Corner deli near Maryland General Hospital.
Terrific service and a voluminious menu make Miss Shirley's Cafe the best new spot around to grab breakfast. Eggs abound - poached, in omeletes, in sandwiches - but don't miss gourmet takes on homey specialties like benne seed chicken 'n' waffles or marscapone grits.
"If its home cooked Carolina pulled pork then this is the place. Everything is smoked and prepared right on location. Ribs, smoked turkey and pit beef are all here. Don't forget to try the sides like crispy fried sweet potatoes. Sweet tes is just right and their apple cobbler is a grat way to end the meal!"
"Nick's was reopened in 2009 and since then the new owner Romano Fennoy has put made the restaurant/carry out a success. From soul food to subs to the infamous rotisserie chicken. Nick's will be around for the long haul"
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