Chez Hugo, located on East Redwood St in Downtown Baltimore is an exceptional find. Serving all the classics like Escargot and French Onion Soup, plus other outstanding items!
I grew up going to TGI Friday’s and remember it as a casual dining experience. With their recent menu overhaul, the restaurant is aiming to change things up, stepping away from the casual dining experience and offering high quality dishes full of fresh and all natural ingredients.
Avenue Kitchen and Bar is one of Hampdens new kids on the block. Located on W. 36th street, where Le Garage used to reside, Avenue Kitchen offers a casual dining space that overlooks the street and a more formal dining space downstairs.
At Rye Street Tavern you’ll experience five star dining with the feel of home. Here, you’ll enjoy fine foods with exquisite flavors while still remaining at the level of comfort you would expect from your favorite neighborhood restaurant.
Mad River closed it’s doors in May to undergo some major changes, including a rebrand. You won’t believe some of the things coming out of the kitchen at The Charles.
What was formerly known as Liv2eat is now known as In Bloom. The concept is simple and fresh. The menu is ever changing, creative, and delicious.
Roy’s is known for blending classic techniques with adventurous Pacific Rim flavors, creating a fusion cuisine unlike any other in Baltimore.
There’s a new kid on the block in Federal Hill and you don’t want to miss out!