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"Fresh innovative menu, custom designed catering, hand crafted desserts, an amazing wine program, artisan beers, inspiring brunch... all at Alchemy."
Café Hon is all about home cooking done right. We are predisposed to adore any restaurant whose menu standouts are unglamorous foods such as chili cheese fries (drowning in meaty, spicy chili and tons of gloriously gooey cheese over hand-cut, perfectly fried potatoes) and succulent, silky, unabashedly homely bread pudding. But then every menu item lives up to expectations: Hamburgers are fresh beef, cooked right; blue plate specials like meat loaf truly are, as named, “better than mom's”, and the hearty breakfasts are worth waking up for.
"Less frenzied than its 36th St. counterpart, Grano at Chestnut offers the same classic pastas only with tablecloths and table service."
Half-price on dinner 4 p.m.-closing time on Wednesdays.
Goya Contemporary promotes the art and culture of our time by presenting new works and ideas through curatorial practice, exhibitions, texts, and catalogues, print publishing, artist representation, and by encouraging artistic collection. Goya helps build private and public collections, assisting in acquisitions and de-acquisitions, and facilitates auction activity via the main auction houses. Goya Contemporary has earned international acclaim for its exhibitions, programming, and unique collaborations with artists. Goya is dedicated to scholarly programming and promoting the work of mid-career artists, proving Baltimore as a justifiable hot-bed of culture.
Holy Frijoles' simple but substantial Mexican fare is addictive. We don't know what it does to those refried beans, but if we don't have them on a regular basis we get the shakes. Grab one of its huge burritos or chimichangas, offered with a variety of meat and veggie fillings, and you'll see what we mean--once you've gotten over that so-full-you-can-barely-breathe feeling. Frijoles is also known for its inventive alcoholic beverages. Try the Cucumber Margarita, the Tilted Windmill, or the Frijolejito. You won't be sorry.
Convenience store with grand ambitions. Buy a sandwich and watch the street theater.
"The Spro brings its unique offerings of the world's finest coffees from the nations top roasters to Hampden. Choose one of seven brew methods to be prepared by some of the finest Baristas in North America of the next generation of Progressive American Coffee."
The small but interesting menu at Suzie's Soba could be subtitled “A Tour of Noodles Throughout Asia.” Japanese, Chinese, Vietnamese, and owner Suzie Hong's native Korean cuisine are all represented. Suzie's menu is particularly vegetarian friendly, with ample vegan options; try the bindae kuk, fried vegetable-studied mung bean pancakes. Suzie's desserts are the exception to the forget-about-it rule of most Asian restaurant's sweet endings--the tempura-fried banana or ginger and green-tea ice creams are outstanding.
Baltimore City Paper, 501 N. Calvert Street, P.O. Box 1377, Baltimore, MD 21278
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