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"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!"
"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!"
"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"
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.
Baltimore City Paper, 501 N. Calvert Street, P.O. Box 1377, Baltimore, MD 21278
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