Tamber’s – Maybe it’s the unique mix of Indian and “Nifty Fifties” Diner food, maybe the proximity to Union Memorial Hospital and Hopkins main campus, maybe it’s Marty’s fascination with one of the waiters… In any case, it’s a decidedly a favorite.
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Charles Village Pub – The original is now 30+ years old but is still popular with locals and students sitting at the bar or queued up to take advantage of the handful of tables and booths opposite the bar. We’ve found the food to be consistently good and reasonably priced and the casual atmosphere is conducive to relaxing conversation. Read our full review of the Charles Village Pub
Freshii – This places is proof that healthy can be good and tasty! Freshii’s salads are a natural but a large container of their hot and sour soup is pleasant surprise on a cool day. Freshii always sticks out in our memory for introducing us to the joys of frozen greek style yogurt topped with fresh fruit (And this was at a time – believe it or not not all that long ago! – when you were hard pressed to find a container of greek style yogurt anywhere in Baltimore. Read our full review of Freshii
Gertrude’s – Tucked inside the Baltimore Museum of Art and the stylish dining room with huge windows faces the museum’s sculpture garden. Gertrude’s is a delight. Owner and Chef and Writer John Shields is “Out” and a big supporter of the gay community (Gertrude’s hosts the annual “Twilight on the Terrace” benefit fund raising event for the Baltimore Gay Community Center). Tight on funds and looking for a bargain? Try Gertrude’s on Wednesday evenings when you’ll find a dozen entrees bargain priced for $12.
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