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David Biglari
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Best sushi in Baltimore. I've been all across Maryland and to a few different states and countries to get my sushi...this is my favorite. It wins on freshness, service, and price. It's byob and has great lunch specials for those in the area. I recently moved to the city, but I still venture out to Timonium just for this place. Reliable choices are the tiger tail and black dragon rolls. My favorite at the moment is the Evolution roll. If simple is your game the eel avocado can't be beat.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
One word--portions. This little Fells Point charmer doesn't leave you hungry. It's a small corner pub that's perfect for happy hours and eating at the bar. Try anything blackened and the tots.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Captain Crunch French Toast. Enough said. If you have never had make sure you try it. It's rich and heavy so you won't need anything else. Know that this place gets packed. Go early. The place is small, but don't be surprised to see people waiting outside even in the freezing cold. It's good, but not worth it in bad weather or if your stomach can't wait. Great to take visitors to, but for locals I'd save it for once in a blue moon.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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When you first walk into this neighborhood charmer it's hard to believe the amount of available space. From the floor to the ceiling this place is a rustic charmer. Even though it's big be sure to make a reservation because even at 10 pm it's packed with fans. It's cocktail menu is huge and it's dinner menu is new American with a taste of Cajun flare. Try the escargot pie you won't be disappointed. Our server was great and very knowledgable. He recommended a drink that I probably should have flagged since I'm not a big whiskey fan...my fault . He was still kind enough to take it off the check. This place is great for special occasions.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
As far as neighborhood cafés go this one is a winner. With it's cheap specialty coffees, bagels delivered fresh from Goldberg's of Pikesville, and hip decor this is a great stop in the morning or to get your work done. Pro/con it's kosher, leaving your desires unfulfilled Saturday mornings when it's closed.
Public - a year ago
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