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The Avenue gets a very well done wine list, along with a very well-turned-out menu of gourmet nibbles, pizzas, and entrees.
"Comfortably enjoy the eclectic fusion of Mediterranean and American cuisine in a casual, inviting and affordable environment.
Be mentally and delectably transported to your favorite spot in the Mediterranean and experience our extensive selection of wines, both by the bottle and by the glass.
We invite you to relax and enjoy our Sunday CHAMPAGNE Brunch menu, full of culinary delights and served with a complimentary mimosa/champagne.
Take advantage of our HAPPY hour appetizers and DRINK specials offered Monday - Friday from 4-7pm in the beautiful LOUNGE."
European style coffeehouse, wine bar, art gallery with live local music.
"Serving Mediterranean tapas, homemade soups and organic gourmet salads, authentic gyros, Angus burgers and Mediterranean-inspired entrees featuring fresh fish, seafood, steaks and chops alongside local Baltimore favorites. Whatever’s your craving, our menu has something to satisfy it. We pride ourselves with excellent food and exceptional service. 7 West is casual fine dining in a modern, elegant setting that is both intimate and relaxing. Our thoughtfully priced dishes allow the entire family to share a night out together. Featuring an unbeatable Happy Hour from 3-7 with ½ price tapas as well as late night dining and the After Hours Lounge."
Think about reserving a table in this small below-ground insider's spot next Valentine's Day, or any other time you're planning a seduction. Chef Sonny Sweetman offers a fixed-price menu and just a handful of à la carte entrées and appetizers each evening. The building blocks are simple (salmon, grilled pork, filet mignon), but the dishes are lavish and beautifully constructed: phyllo-encrusted halibut, blue-crab-and-sweet-corn risotto, creamed savoy cabbage. Sharp service and a smart wine list round out your dining experience. Submit to the prix fixe and watch the web site for symphony-inspired special dinners.
Gastropub dedicated to varieties of burger--Roseda beef, turkey, veggie--with a wealth of interesting approaches and toppings.
Typical tavern fare including multiple chicken wing recipes, burgers, and sandwiches. DJs late Wednesdays through Saturdays, and a couple of television sets for sports viewing.
There's hearty and wholesome fare for Olympian appetites at this casual and cavernous Greektown mainstay. Lamb, seafood, and crab cakes are the house specialties, and all of the ancient favorites are on tap--moussaka, spanakopita, dolmades, and pastitsio.
The silky smooth Afghan dishes you've come to love uptown at the Helmand--aushak, mantwo, boulawani--are yours for the ordering at this modest and very sunny downtown eat-in/carryout joint. Kebabs skewer expertly grilled meat, and the beloved kaddo (pan-fried baked baby pumpkin) is done justice. But go on weekends to avoid the business crowds.
"Family owned & operated progressive Italian Bistro & Wine Bar specializing in classic Italian favorites as well as an eclectic mix of non-traditional entrees & small plates from a variety of culinary & cultural backgrounds. We offer a three course prix fixe menu nightly, available with hand chosen wines to compliment each course. We also feature a comfortable wine bar with an extensive wine list and a full bar featuring a specialty martini list."
Korean lunch joint popular with Hopkins students and Charles Village denizens.
Providing spanking North Indian food to Mount Vernon for more than 20 years now, Akbar offers an intimate dining room and generous portions of all those comforting meat-eater staples like lamb vindaloo and chicken tikka masala, as well as a good range of veggie-minded options like a delicious palak paneer. Plus weekday lunch and weekend brunch buffets for that decidedly American pastime: all you can eat.
"Fresh innovative menu, custom designed catering, hand crafted desserts, an amazing wine program, artisan beers, inspiring brunch... all at Alchemy."
Unless you've been there, it's hard to grasp what distinguishes Aldo's from its neighboring Little Italy restaurants. A lot of it has to do with chef Aldo Vitale's craftsmanship and his insistence on using locally purveyed ingredients, and on how you swell you feel in the double rowhouses' various Italianate rooms, all of them crafted by Vitale himself. Regulars have their favorite tables, waiters, and dishes. Aim high and fat: The tournedos Rossini gilds a filet mignon with foie gras, black-truffle oil, porcini, and wild mushroom sauce.
You can get tater tots as an appetizer or alongside any of the well-crafted sandwiches in various states of loaded-ness. The menu ranges from bar food to standards to more ambitious entrees.
Gastropub housed in the lavish former bank across from the Hippodrome.
The menu ranges from familiar bar grub--tater tots in various stages of dress, wings, and above-average burgers and sandwiches--all the way up to steaks and crab cakes.
Alizée has gone from fusion to high-concept comfort food. The menu changes seasonally, but look for bistro inspired fare-- roasted chicke, lamb confit, rabbit-- all done with clever sides like parsnip oatmeal.
Everything about Aloha Sushi is just right. The quiet dining room is dressed simply, service is friendly and prompt, and the food is pleasantly affordable.
There's been an upscale revamping and the pizzas have been gussied up. The immense burgers, though, are still here.
One of the city's most consistently excellent restaurants for many years, the Ambassador Dining Room serves elegant, sophisticated Indian food in an equally elegant and opulent setting. Classic Indian cookery--curries, vindaloos, biryanis--are always terrific, but the real dazzlers reside under the Chef's Recommendations section of the menu, where out-of-the-ordinary dishes like shrimp adrak feature a tightrope walk between green chile heat and restrained acerbic lime and sweet tamarind. The vegetarian menu is large and varied, and offerings like the outstanding Bengan bhartha (cumin and coriander-roasted eggplant) are skillfully prepared. The Ambassador's popular lunchtime buffet, served seven days a week, is a terrific deal.
"If you truly want some REAL SOUL FOOD...Homemade with Love, you MUST VISIT: AMBROSIA'S SOULFUL SUNDAY BUFFET.
Ambrosia's Soulful Sunday buffet is open every Sunday from 1 pm - 6 pm. Located @ 1810 Cherry Hill Road @ Waterview Avenue. Just south of downtown Baltimore. Come taste and tell!
You can feast on a smorgasbord of scrumptious southern favorites including Smothered Chicken, Pork Chops, BBQ Ribs, Fried Chicken, Fried Catfish, Fried Whiting, Baked Talapia, Mac & Cheese, Collard Greens, Candied Yams, Mashed Potatoes & Gravy, Blackeyed Peas & Rice, Cabbage, Cornbread, Iced Tea, Apple or Peach Cobblers, Banana Pudding, Bread Pudding.
You can eat all you want for $15 in a very nice atmosphere. The food is great and the service is too!"
Try the best wings in Baltimore! No one else has 15 different fantastic flavors. Trying to eat healthy? Have one of our great salads! Everything is totally fresh here at American Wings & Pizza.
Coffin Dust and Part Death play the opening for CP contributor J.M. Giordano's photo exhibition featuring portraits of death metal band members and fans.
Celebrate the release of the new issues of the comics Henry $ Glen: Forever and Ever #2 and Suspect Device. Josh Bayer will be there to read comics and share stories.
Harold Pinter's 1960's play about a homeless man (played by Marc Horwitz) who is invited by two working class brothers to stay in a dilapidated London flat that begins a war of treachery, dominance, and mystery.
This all-inclusive fundrasing event, presented by Suited to Succeed, seeks to help underprivileged women transition from welfare to work. Attendees are encouraged to bring tax deductible donations of women's business attire and accessories. This year, honorary chair and special guest Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake will honor the "Angels," special donors who have conributed their time and funds to the organization. Patrice Sanders of Fox 45 will once again host the event. Attendees will be welcomed with food, drinks, and entertainment.
This years KarmaFest features Bhakti Tree, Raa Djarsi, Linda Biggs, David London as well as holistic healing, meditation, spiritualist, healthy food and more!
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