Common Ground Cafe stands out as one of the best cafes in Baltimore to serve breakfast, lunch and dinner, apart from its baked delights, desserts and coffee. The atmosphere, enhanced with glowing candles and close seating, can easily pass off as romantic-a perfect venue for that first date! You can savor your Osso Buco or Shrimp with Asparagus while lilting tunes fill the air. The desserts are a must try-so don't leave without tasting the freshly prepared fruit pies, muffins and the Bread Pudding-a common favorite! All in all, a great place for an intimate tete-a-tete! Call for opening hours.
This lovely little cafe on Hampden's Avenue offers an assortment of gourmet coffees, from espresso to latte and capuccino. The multiethnic menu features focaccia sandwiches filled with turkey or roasted vegetables and Vietnamese warm shrimp salad. On weekend mornings, the cafe also offers breakfast favorites, such as Huevos Rancheros or apple pancakes. This cafe is very popular with the locals, particularly on weekends, so be prepared for a pleasant wait. Pass the time on the comfy couch in the quiet back room.
Hampden is one of Baltimore's funkier blue-collar neighborhoods, and Frazier's On The Avenue is one of this area's favorite bars. During weeknight happy hours, the place is packed with young urban professionals who amble in for the great drink specials and the excellent bar fare, which includes steaks, hamburgers and seafood dishes. A large collection of stuffed ducks and vintage photographs give the dining room a homey touch.
In a lot of ways the northwest Baltimore neighborhood of Hampden is like a blue-collar Greenwich Village. There's a decidedly bohemian tint to the place, and it has the art galleries to prove it, but the area also has a down-home side. This tiny establishment (there are 12 tables because 13 wouldn't fit) is a great example. The Burritos, Chiles Rellenos, Tacos and Quesadillas served here show Mexican cooking at its simplest and best. The ingredients are fresh, the prices are low and the portions are mammoth.
There is an informal tradition among Baltimore waitresses to address customers as 'Hon' (pronounced to rhyme with 'bun.') Over the years, the term has come to symbolize the town's casual hospitality` and as such, it suits this friendly café perfectly. Located in Hampden, it has the ambiance of a suburban kitchen circa 1955, and the menu fits the décor just right. Dishes like Four Cheese Lasagna and 'Much Better Than Mom's' Meatloaf are guaranteed to stick to your ribs, and the Crab cake Platter does Baltimore proud.
This small, somewhat eccentric café is a local favorite. The décor is certainly part of the café's charm- bright primary colors abound, the thrift store furniture is mismatched; mannequins, dolls and other toys decorate the window sills, walls and even the ceiling. But it's the food that keeps the locals coming back. It's a terrific blend of traditional home cooking and lighter vegetarian fare. The French toast (served all day) is one of the city's treasures.
Ahoy! seafood lovers, Pappas Restaurant awaits you with their tantalizing fare of delights from the waters. A brainchild of Greece native, Mark Pappas, a visit to this place is incomplete without having tried their crab cakes. Pappas efforts of over 30 years, have earned him various accolades for serving the best seafood in the city. You could visit their Glen Burnie outlet, established in 2010, to enjoy the same cuisine along with some beer in a lively sports bar atmosphere.
El Salto 2 INC is one of the best and reasonably priced restaurants, serving Mexican food, in Baltimore. The service staff is really fast and efficient. Combos are really good, but one should try the specialties to get the best of El Salto. Its Chilaquiles Mexicano definitely tastes better than anywhere else. A quick takeaway is also possible with their prompt service. So, if you get a binge for Mexican think nothing but El Salto 2 INC.
This cafe style eatery is one of the best kabab joints in Baltimore. The tender chicken marinated in yogurt herb sauce, tandoori wings, savory kababs, flaky meat samosas and warm naan roti are simply divine. You can round off your meal with mango lassi or gulab jamun. The place has a warm family-oriented ambiance. Catering orders for parties are possible. This place is a must-visit if your tastebuds are craving for juicy flavorful meat dishes.
For a taste of the Islands most flavorful cuisine, try Bahama Breeze. One of the nation's leading Caribbean-inspired restaurants, Bahama Breeze has tropical atmosphere, high ceilings, rich woods and palm tree decor. Its relaxing Island getaway with innovative foods and exotic drinks freshly confected are made to order. You can expect bold and spicy flavors with each meal presented in a way that is as eye-catching as it is appetizing. With more than 50 brands of beer by the bottle, island-style drinks with plenty of fresh squeezed juice, you will be sure to slake your thirst. The Bahamarita, Bahama's signature frozen margarita, is a must. Bahama Breeze is just the ticket for singles, couples, families or even a business lunch.
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