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"Low key, neighborhood bar in Remington"
The PaperMoon offers mainly classic diner chow, but it's like diner food that went to college. Smarter. Made with better ingredients. Chicken tenders, for example, are perfectly crisp outside and moist inside, with nary a drop of grease, and the mashed potatoes involve garlic and tons of butter; meat loaf actually tastes like meat you'd want to eat even if it was not ground and slathered in gravy. The PaperMoon always rocks breakfast; it's more like brunch, with fluffy pancakes and challah French toast and deluxe omelets. Vegetarians are treated with special consideration, and all this is available 24/7.
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Dizzy Issie's is a typical Baltimore corner bar, very relaxed and welcoming and flowing with cheap beer. But it's like a cheap bar run by your mom, with old-fashioned, solid home cooking that sticks to your ribs. (And talk about cozy, there's even a fireplace.) The turkey on the club comes from an actual bird, and the burgers taste like fresh-ground steak. Nothing here will surprise you, but then who wants to be surprised when it comes to shooting pool and eating curly fries?
Baltimore City Paper, 501 N. Calvert Street, P.O. Box 1377, Baltimore, MD 21278
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