Bentz Street Sports Bar serves up a menu of classically comforting favorites alongside entertainment that's ideal for the athletically inclined. Kick off mealtime by sinking fingers and teeth into a basket of wings bathed in a choice of sauce selections, such as sweet and spicy thai, Cajun, or Old Bay ($9 for 10, $16 for 20). Sandwich savorers may delve into a hearty bacon cheeseburger accompanied by made-to-order potato chips ($9.50), or sink teeth-hooks into a Belly Buster fish sub, a crispy, fried haddock nestled in a sub roll and sided with tartar sauce ($10). Heartier appetites can be swiftly satisfied with a 10 oz. New York strip steak ($18), accompanied by two platepanions such as french fries, a twice-baked potato, or miraculous room for dessert.
The wide aisles and shelves at MOM's Organic Market's new location teem with certified-organic groceries and produce free of chemicals, pesticides, and fertilizers. Between 11 a.m. and 8 p.m., fill a cart or 10-gallon hat with steaming grain bowls, salads, sandwiches, and raw juices from the Naked Lunch Kitchen, a new spot for take-home meals or quick eats on the go. Grocery carts may also be filled with a variety of gourmet cheeses, gluten-free food, sustainably farmed seafood, and local, organic dairy and meat products. GT's Kombucha Gingerade joins assorted Chobani yogurts to create power-packed breakfasts, and Vita Coco coconut water soothes parched straws with electrolytes. A new bulk-food section boasts a selection of local honey, grind-your-own nut butters, heirloom lentils and beans, and olive oils. The storefront, built with renewable materials, fume-fighting low-VOC paint, and energy-efficient skylights with LED bulbs, mirrors its eco-friendly offerings. Outside, ample parking stands ready to accommodate organic-fare-craving motorists.
Inspired by early 20th century chili parlors, Hard Times Cafe aims to preserve the tradition of delectable, hearty fare served in a friendly, lively community eatery. Elevate taste buds to new heights with an order of legendary grilled wings in one of five flavors, including original Texas, chili-lime, honey-barbecue, and eternity ($8.99 per order). Hard Times Cafe serves four distinct varieties of chili. The authentic chili mac is served over spaghetti with your choice of accouterments ($7.49–$8.89). Burgers, sliders, and chili dogs are easily transportable by hand or hovercraft, and savory steaks and other suppertime favorites provide more refined nourishment options. Observing the pioneer tradition of ritual athletic observance Hard Times Cafe streams all the hottest sports games on multiple flat-screen TVs. To reward you for your literary prowess, every Groupon reader who texts HTCGRP to 59925 gets an additional coupon good for one order of bar nachos. Combine this offer with a Groupon, or save it for a subsequent visit.
Conrad's Crabs puts the locally caught moneycrabs where its customers' ravenous mouths are as they live up to their "We catch our own" slogan. Waterman Tony Conrad brings in as much seafood as Poseidon allows, from crabs to fresh whole fish (both market price). A fusion of a seafood market and a carryout restaurant, Conrad's has a full menu of locavores' delights. Seafood can be purchased raw or steamed to order, with the fresh-caught fish and crustaceans going for market price daily. Long-standing selections include Conrad's Steamer Combo (six each of jumbo shrimp, oysters, and clams with a pound of mussels, $22.50) and entrees such as fried hard crab ($13.50), six fried oysters ($13.50), and a pint of Maryland crab soup ($5).
Baltimore City Paper named Santoni's the Best Grocery Store in the metropolitan area for good reason. A local staple since the 1930s, Santoni's is proud of its old-school roots and personal service. The friendly staff acts as one big family, either because they are blood related or because they are brothers and sisters in ritual kiwi juggling. Open 24 hours a day, Santoni's is the perfect place to catch the sunrise over a neatly kept stack of navel oranges.
For more than 20 years, Vince’s Crab House has drowned appetites in a menu of sandwiches and platters constructed from fresh-caught crab and seafood plucked from the Maryland coast. Dinner diners can initiate an epicurean voyage aboard a half-pound helping of crab dip topped with yellow cheddar cheese and accompanied by crispy pita chips or indulge in a duo of stuffed jumbo shrimp, filled to the tail with crab cake and crowned in crab imperial sauce.