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The chefs at Egyptian Pizza trace their cooking techniques to a different side of the Mediterranean Sea. Ancient Egyptians pioneered the practice of rising dough when they cooked crushed wheat germ and water inside early conical ovens. Honoring their forefathers’ methods, the versatile cooks pull more than 30 types of gourmet thin-crust pizzas out of their wood-fired ovens, along with a lengthy menu of Middle Eastern sandwiches and specialties. They take pains to use natural, fresh, and healthful ingredients to whip up plump fish kebabs, tender meat shawarmas and housemade sauces that have won over the palates of reporters from the Baltimore Sun. Their kitchen looks out onto the casual dining room, where servers help uncork BYOB bottles of wines beneath artwork depicting famous Egyptian landmarks, such as the pyramids, the Sphinx, and other toys left behind by aliens.
542 E Belvedere Ave
Baltimore,
MD
US
Pick up a batch of birthday cookies or opt for a classic cake at Atwater's, a rich bakery sure to hit the spot. Can't eat gluten? Avoiding fatty foods? Vegan? No problem — Atwater's offers plenty of options for you as well. Go ahead and bring your rug rats with you — Atwater's has kid-friendly food and seating. For those big group gatherings, Atwater's provides plenty of space to have a good time. Need to catch up on some work or the latest news? Get online at Atwater's with their complimentary wifi. Open air seating is ready for diners at Atwater's when the weather is warm. The bakery has catering services as well. Dining out isn't your only option here — pickup is available, too. Parking is easily accessible. Tabs at Atwater's almost never exceed $15, so it's a great low-cost option for any time.
529 E Belvedere Ave
Baltimore,
MD
US
Neopol's smokery counter has taken on a functionally industrial aesthetic, a rustic, old-world look, thanks in large part to the russet red smoker that stands in plain view. Owners Barbara Lahnstein and son Dorian Brown's focus is on beautiful presentation and incorporating as many fresh, local, all-natural, and never-canned-from-leftover-space-missions ingredients in her dishes. During the week, stop by before heading to a Super Bowl replay party and choose from the plentiful lunch menu (though they're open from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. every day but Sunday, on which they close at 5 p.m.), which has more options than a chimney has chimney sweeps trapped inside. On the lunch menu, the salmon BLT ($9.95 whole, $5.50 half) consists of freshly smoked salmon, free-range bacon, tomato, and field greens with honey dijon dressing, all draped lovingly on sunflower-flaxseed bread. If seafood isn't your cup of sportsdrink, try the pork loin sandwich ($9 whole, $5 half), an organic and local slice of cherrywood-smoked meat crowned with fresh goat cheese, house-made tomato jam, red onions, and field greens, or the vegetarian sampling ($9.00), a variety show plate of smoked hummus, tofu, olives, and seasonal vegetables.
529 E Belvedere Ave
Baltimore,
MD
US
Brothers Jimmy, Tony, and Nick Miller pioneered Buddy Maratta’s Cafe and Deli, christening it after their father’s childhood nickname, with the vision of enlightening palates to traditional Baltimore cuisine. Drawing on his degree from the Baltimore Culinary Institute and on years of fine-dining experience, Chef Nick whips up a menu of breakfast and lunch sandwiches and salads and calls upon the Miller mother and aunts to bake homemade desserts and cakes. Platters of specialty crab fries, braised-short-rib cheesesteaks, and a variety of gourmet salads emerge from the kitchen into a casual-dining area where rows of tabletops bask beneath hanging lights and framed artwork, among the free WiFi waves. In addition to dining in, patrons can request catering services for special events, meetings, and jury-duty reunions.
3 W Chesapeake Ave
Towson,
MD
US
The chefs at Bread and Circuses Bistro—formerly called The French Press Cafe—serve up colorful American cuisine with a contemporary edge in a vintage-café-inspired dining room. The bistro's menu, like a yellow-marker-wielding culinary student, highlights an eclectic array of paninis, such as the grilled vegetable, a sumptuous repository of root vegetables and roasted red pepper garbed in bruschetta and balsamic vinaigrette ($8), or the new york strip steak and cheese ($10). Chew into the crusty exteriors of nonpressed sandwiches, including the baltimore club, a double-stacked crab-cake BLT (market price). Explore entrees such as the shrimp-and-scallop risotto ($17) or the salmon, pampered with a molasses kneading, rainforest-fruit-salsa dressing, and a French manicure before nestling against roasted red potatoes and grilled vegetables ($15).
27 E Chesapeake Ave
Towson,
MD
US
Wine and dine at Zia's of Towson in Towson. Zia's of Towson's menu features inspiring, gluten-free dishes. Got kids? No problem at Zia's of Towson! The restaurant is a fantastic spot for families to dine together. Don't go off the grid! With the free wifi at Zia's of Towson, you can surf the web and get some work done. Outdoor seating is ready for diners on those warm summer days. At Zia's of Towson, you can dine with your immediate family and your extended family due to the easy seating for large parties. Drift away from stuffy dress-code conventions and dine in comfort at Zia's of Towson. Take the comfort of your own home and add great grub from Zia's of Towson to create the perfect night. Or, take your grub to go. Street parking is the only parking option close to Zia's of Towson. Zia's of Towson is a prime location for cyclists to park their bikes and enjoy a bite to eat. Cheap meals don't have to lack flavor as shown by the innovative dishes coming out of Zia's of Towson's kitchen. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are all available at Zia's of Towson — swing by for your favorite meal.
13 Allegheny Ave
Towson,
MD
US
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