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"From the luxurious lounge area, to an inviting restaurant..... From the sassy tiki bar, to lively game of pool ... Whatever your mood, we got the place for you!!"
"Excellent Peruvian charboiled chicken and other Peruvian dishes."
"Premier Bar & Lounge with a Karoake Night, Jazz Late Brunch w/ Live Jazz, Variety Shows, House & Salsa Night, Hip Hop & Reggae Night, Top Shelf Happy Hour, Drink Specials and more."
"Breakfast everyday, two egge, bacon or sausage, toast and home fries for $0.99. Sunday. half a dozen raw oysters for $1.99. Every day specials, Neighborhood tradition."
Italian market and delicatessen offering submarine sandwiches and pasta dishes.
For a city heavily settled by German immigrants, Baltimore has few German restaurants. Eichenkranz is the last outpost of hasenpfeffer and schweinkoteletten mit apfeln, not to mention four kinds of schnitzel. There's also the wurst platte with knockwurst, bratwurst, and baurenwurst. If you have a yen for such a sausagefest but your dining companions shy away from sauerbraten, Eichenkranz also serves up old-school items like lumpy crab cakes and fried soft-shell crabs, as well as steaks and chops, chicken, and pasta. The black forest cake and apple strudel are worth saving room for.
Classic lunch counter known for its Coney-style dogs.
Thursday evenings Hal Daddy's hosts open mic and live rock bands every Friday and Saturday.
La Sirenita offers traditional Mexican on the cheap with no thrills. The dining area is tight alongside a busy, open kitchen and a soda case with plenty of authentic flavors in glass bottles, including Sangría without the alcohol. Huge bowls of soup (shrimp or beef tripe or hominy with pork or fish) come with a platter of hard corn tortillas and veggie garnishes, and at just around a ten-spot, they make for a hearty meal. A list of beef and chicken specials includes fried quail; all specials are served with yummy refried pintos and corny yellow rice, as are the spicy enchiladas with red or green sauce, chile rellenos, and chilaquiles. Seafood also plays a role on the menu--La Sirenita means mermaid--with ceviche, oysters, grilled shrimp, and fried fish. The à la carte burritos and simple tacos with fresh parsley, chopped white onion, and flavorful meats make for a nice lunch, as do the large meat-filled sandwiches. They promise a BYOB license soon, so until then, save the Coronas with lime for before and after.
This Highlandtown institution, conveniently across the street from the Creative Alliance, has been offering up the thickest, most tempting pizza in town since before we were born. Matthew's offers thin-crust pizza as well, but the deep-dish pies are the way to go. Show up early; they tend to run out of ingredients later in the evening.
Step back in time when you enter the city's only old-fashioned ice cream parlor. Order a shake or malt at the counter or grab a table and order a comfort-food lunch--say, a hot dog or a grilled cheese sandwich--and top it with a banana split, a chocolate soda, an egg cream, or just get a scoop or two of your favorite Moxley's flavor.
Deli preserving Highlandtown's Polish past with fresh sausages, sausages and more sausages. And horseradish.
"Buffet & Salad Bar : We are Baltimore's New Style of Pizzeria, offer an ample selection of freshly- baked Gourmet pizzas."
The Stabiles club hosts live local bands every night (closed Monday and Tuesday) ranging from country to classic rock.
"The Laughing Pint features a wonderful draft beer selection, delicious wines and fantastic cocktails in a warm and friendly atmosphere. Our outdoor lounge, extensive jukebox and vintage shuffleboard table are a few of the reasons you will keep coming back!"
"This restaurant is not called "Many Tastes" for nothing! Our chefs, Vinnie Costaglioni and Giovanni Ercole, are the masters of their craft. These are men who know, for example, that double-decked pizza ovens make for a better crust. Their pastas, subs and pizzas are the best around! Come in and eat, or order delivery or carry out through our website! We look forward to meeting you soon!"
Baltimore City Paper, 501 N. Calvert Street, P.O. Box 1377, Baltimore, MD 21278
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