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  • Elfegne Ethiopian Café

    "Elfegne Cafe is an Ethiopian restaurant in the Pigtown neighborhood serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner. We have both meat and vegetarian/vegan options, as well as a variety of coffee drinks, juices, and smoothies. Although we do not serve alcohol, you are welcome to bring your own drinks. Please visit us soon!"

  • Evelyn's

    "A cozy cafe and coffeehouse, Evelyn's serves sandwiches and seasonal light fare. Try the chicken salad and the 'Pigtowner'--a sandwich named after the up-and-coming neighborhood where the cafe is located. We feature locally roasted coffee from Zeke's Coffee. Come in for the coffee and free wifi internet!"

  • Nicks

    "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"

  • Yabba Pot

    Baltimore sorely lacks in vegetarian/vegan-friendly dining. At least the few spots it does have go out of their way to make meatless, dairy-free eating worth the trek. Take the Yabba Pot, which--dare we even use these words in print?--kicks it up a notch. Where most places would make you settle for bland tofu salads and seitan stir-fries, the Yabba Pot offers Trinidadian rotis, vegan “tuna,” and curried “goat.” For a mere $8 you can choose four items off the menu and sample several creative meat-free treats. Bam! BYOB.

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