Venetian Palace serves up Italian cuisine and American classics in an atmosphere that the Baltimore Sun called "bright and cheerful, just like the very efficient waitstaff." Chefs charbroil tender steaks and center-cut pork chops, knead fresh pizza dough, and sauté chicken breasts in marsala wine sauce. Platters of broiled seafood hint at the restaurant's close proximity to the water, and a full bar stocked with international wines suggests the secret vineyard in the basement.
There's something magical about a candy bar. Not the chocolate-covered kind of candy bar, but a candy bar, a table arranged with jars full of countless colorful sweets. The team at Candy Sprinkle designs custom candy bars for special events, giving customers an extensive choice of candies to display amid extra touches like fresh flowers, piping, and twinkle lights. In addition to candy, customers can also arrange for specialty stations with treats such as candy apples, s'mores, and popcorn.
At Island Spice Jamaican Cuisine, you might think you're dining in the Caribbean rather than near the Chesapeake Bay. That's because the restaurant transports its patrons' taste buds to the tropics thanks to a menu of authentic Jamaican dishes. Here, diners can dig into delicacies including brown stew chicken, curry goat, jerk shrimp, and fried plantains while lounging near bamboo plants and giant sepia-toned photos of Bob Marley.
My Three Sons sprang into existence because one Harford County mother wanted to share the simple Mediterranean meals she made for her three sons with the public. Today, her simple counter-service restaurant features dishes that highlight fresh, local ingredients from Harford County businesses, such as Level Farm beef and Broom's Bloom Dairy cheese. The hot, molten core of the menu is built on more than a dozen pita sandwiches, stuffed with fillings such as gyro meat, pesto chicken, and grilled eggplant or zucchini. Other items range from New York?style pizzas to platters of beer-battered fish or marinated meat.