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Golden West presents "Totem," a series of works by Baltimore-based illustrator Bryant Molloy centered around animals and their symbols and depictions.
"Fresh innovative menu, custom designed catering, hand crafted desserts, an amazing wine program, artisan beers, inspiring brunch... all at Alchemy."
This off-the-beaten-path Rotunda counter offers the standard subs and salads options, but we really only hit it consistently for the pizza by the slice. Casa Mia's nice-sized cuts of pie--try the veggie or the spinach and tomato--are perfect pre- or post-movie snacks when hitting the Rotunda Cinemateque or the perfect self-reward for surviving a trip to Giant without having a nervous breakdown from having to navigate the Schylla and Charibdis of the elderly and the collegiate, both equally confused in crowds.
"Innovative American, neighborhood gourmet, naturally elegant venue with a friendly, welcoming staff and an award-winning, five-star chef who tries to use as much local and organic product as possible. Basement atmosphere in wonderful Hampden, brightened by large photos of local produce in historic Hampden Theater. Try the crab soup at lunch with the turkey Rachel sandwich. At dinner, menus change regularly. Ask your server for the freshest recommendations."
Half-price on dinner 4 p.m.-closing time on Wednesdays.
"Retro but not annoyingly so, cool but not overbearingly so, Rocket is a hangout with a smart menu - steak frites, veggie wimpies, and out-of-this-world roasted brussel sprouts. All this, and a contender for world's greatest jukebox."
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.
Bar located in the rear of Golden West.
Baltimore City Paper, 501 N. Calvert Street, P.O. Box 1377, Baltimore, MD 21278
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