1807 Edgewood Rd. , Edgewood, MD, US, 21040
- Phone: (410) 679-4700
- Fax: (410) 538-9926
This elegant restaurant features floor-to-ceiling murals of cafe scenes and gilded mirrors. The owners redecorated the dining room in the mid-90s; only the cracked tile floor is original. To start, try a half-order of the gnocchi in red pepper sauce or sample from the tapas Bar. For a main course, the thin-crusted pizza is a nice choice. Made with homemade sauce and topped with mozzarella, it is a gourmet delight. For dessert, choose from truffles, fresh fruit served with ice cream and Profiteroles with chocolate sauce.
Dining at the restaurant at The Woman's Industrial Exchange would leave you with a good feeling in your heart and your tummy. This non-profit exchange is dedicated to helping disadvantaged women and their families. Try the restaurant's yummy soups, salads and sandwiches and their famous Chicken Salad. Don't forget to have a look at the gift shop before you leave one of Baltimore's notable landmarks.
This downtown restaurant called Banthai Restaurant has been doing a brisk business since it opened in 1993. One taste of the artfully presented food and you'll understand why. Try the Pad Thai, a delicious blend of noodles, shrimp and peanut sauce. Or, if you're a bit daring, order something served in a spicy curry sauce. If you're in town during the warmer months, be sure to sample the Sweet Rice and Mango, which combines rice with tart-sweet fruit.
This friendly little place called David & Dad's is great if you're looking for breakfast on the go. They offer a wide range of fresh-baked muffins; everything from blueberry to chocolate chip; as well as a good variety of breakfast sandwiches. They also do lunch, offering a large menu of deli and specialty sandwiches. Their Reuben is especially good - plenty of dressing and sauerkraut, without being too wet. There are a few tables, but most of the business is take out. Be sure to try a brownie.
Mick O'Shea's Irish Pub and Restaurant features live Irish music, five nights a week. Inside, you'll find a massive bar with wooden tables to complete the décor. Much of the food is standard bar fare, but heartier dishes are also available. Be sure to try the Celtic entrees like Shepherd's Pie, Irish Stew, and Corn Beef and Cabbage.
From soup to sauce, everything at this family-owned Italian favorite is made fresh daily. Add to that the Calvert House stylish decor, its friendly staff and its jovial neighborhood-hangout atmosphere, and you'll see why it's become a downtown institution. All the Italian standbys are well represented here, and their crab cakes are so popular that they actually sell packets of the mix. Located just minutes from Center Stage, it's a great choice for a pre-curtain meal.
Come by to sample the creations of Baltimore International College graduates at this restaurant located in the Mount Vernon Hotel of Baltimore. Be prepared to feast on some contemporary and innovative delicacies. Dine in a formal yet comfortable ambiance while the students wait on you; they do all they can to make your dining experience a comfortable one. You can even drop in for a continental breakfast. Large groups are welcomed, and you can also host an event here for groups of 25 to 80 people. Call for opening hours.
Cazbar is an intimate restaurant located near Downtown Baltimore. Serving up delicious Turkish food, Cazbar has a lot of frequent diners who love the juicy kebabs. Apart from the meat, Cazbar also has a decent selection of vegetarian dishes and soups. Enjoy their flavorful food for lunch with a friend or a special occasion meal with family. Visit the website to make reservations and for more details.
One of the oldest eateries in Baltimore, the Midtown Yacht Club has been around for more than a hundred years now. It is largely popular, particularly for its Sunday brunches. The efficient and friendly staff are always ready to assist you in ordering from the menu. Choose from the fresh seafood, prepared to perfection, and the mouthwatering steaks. Drop by during the Happy Hour on weekdays to avail of special offers. The in-house DJ sets the house rocking from on Thursday nights.
Tug's Bar & Grill gets its name from ‘tugboat', and the gastronomic creations available here are as varied as the waves. The ambience sinks in as one walks into warm colored interiors with TV screens and a glass partition between the bar and dining area. An aquarium and a fully-stocked, deep-colored wood bar break through the design. You guessed it—seafood is the specialty here, and the fun is in trying out some innovative treats, such as mussels in your beer, Cream of Crab Soup and Filet Mignon. Those who prefer meat can select from the array of steaks on the menu. The only thing that can beat all of this is the recently introduced free wireless internet service, their way of thanking guests!
Find Plaza Deli, offering mouth watering delicacies, in the Tremont Plaza Hotel. As soon as you step in, you'll find a strong resemblance to the regular New York delis. Any day of the week, come in for breakfast, lunch or dinner. An eclectic range of homemade salads, sandwiches and soups are on offer. Opt for the Signature Salads or go for the Grilled Panini Sandwich. You won't run out of options as there are more than fifty varieties to choose from. If you like dining at home, they'll deliver your order at your doorstep for free. They also offer catering services. What's more, you can also order for gift baskets. Call for opening hours.
The name itself tempts prospective patrons to come in and satisfy their curiosity - here's where one gets all the answers. The city's famed rotisserie chicken restaurant keeps folks busy digging into chunky sandwiches, burritos, salads and of, course - chicken! A variety of desserts provide the sweet aftertaste. All dishes are made from fresh ingredients, including high-quality meats. The restaurant serves signature dishes after 4pm daily and delivery is available to nearby locations. Call for opening hours.