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Dramatic decore, an award-winning chef, and a homey, yet inventive menu emphasizing seasonal and sustainable.
Classic Cuban food--ropa vieja, pollo adobado--shares space with adventuresome Nuevo Latino dishes like grilled ahi tuna in a spicy orange-chile glaze on Babalu's brief but entertaining menu. It's a fun and energetic restaurant, featuring an enormous portrait of Ricky Ricardo smiling down on diners who perch atop conga-drum bar stools to sip the best mojitos in town.
A part of Baltimore International College for the Culinary Arts, the club focuses on catering events, informal luncheons and business meetings for its members and friends.
To be honest we are not quite sure how Burke's has remained in operation since 1934. The food is hard-core old school--meat and potatoes with gravy and fried seafood baskets--while the quality is simply OK. But we like that Burke's lost-in-time menu shows Baltimore's German roots; it's one of the last places in town you can still find sour beef or calves liver, plus what's not to love about a place where potato pancakes are offered as a vegetable. It's also a reasonably priced and locally owned eatery amid the downtown sea of corporate chain restaurants, and serves a full menu until 2 a.m. OK, now we get it.
This Brazilian-style steakhouse offers 15 kinds of fire-roasted meat carved right at your table. It's all you can eat brought to you until you either burst or cry uncle.
Features a buffet.
This upscale chain specializes in sushi and other Asian tastes, along with pizza and some other pubby faves.
Lexington Market carry-out stall seves hefty sandwiches to the lunchtime crowd. Try the Thanksgiving sandwich. Forget the diet.
The northern Indian food is just fine, but the Nepalese dishes, especially the chicken momo (big, fluffy dumplings) and the sukait, a cured lamb appetizer, are fascinating and delicious.
Cypriana Café proprietor Maria Kaimakis sells three sandwiches from a food cart at the corner of Redwood and Light streets. There's pit beef, grilled chicken, and pit lamb.
While you won't have much trouble finding places to eat along Power Plant Live!'s restaurant row, Mondo Bondo's colorful front and casual inviting setup is sure to lure in the indecisive. The appeal doesn't stop at the door, either. Once inside, you are tempted to choose from a wide array of tasty treats such as the ever-messy (but still worth the napkins it requires) pastrami Reuben, a delicious, almost gourmet chicken cheese steak, and of course plenty of Italian-inspired meals perfect for anyone craving the stick-to-your-ribs variety of entrée. And the real kicker? They deliver.
An evening at Ruth's Chris is pure, luxurious indulgence: incredible steaks (seafood too), a 30,000-bottle wine cellar, and opulent atomosphere. Your only worry is waddling to the table and operating the utensils.
Happy hour type place until the punk rock starts practically every night.
This small eatery decorated in a soothing celadon undersea motif serves straight-up versions of noodle dishes from Korea, Japan, Vietnam, and beyond--no fusion faux pho here, just the real thing done very well. The newer downtown location, in the Munsey Building, is dramatic and Zenic--the thought of having the spicy tuna tartare in halved avocado is incentive for showing up for work.
Deli stall inside Lexinton Market
"Lunch or dinner. Menu includes succulent rotisserie chicken, delivery to most downtown locations."
Baltimore City Paper, 501 N. Calvert Street, P.O. Box 1377, Baltimore, MD 21278
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