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it was so nice not to have to worry about gluten free and knowing we could have anything. flavors were blended perfectly. some latin places go way too far recommendations by the server were spot on for our first time there. already told a co-worker about it and they don’t have to worry about gluten. MoreOpenTable Diner -
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The food was fantastic. The service left something to be desired. Our table wasn’t ready when we arrived. Our server never told us his name and was absent minded. There were significant menus item questions that he was not able to answer. The meal itself was very good, but for $330, I don’t think I will be rushing my return visit. MoreOpenTable Diner -
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Bunzzz Sports Bar and Grill
Perfect spot to come relax and enjoy the game or sit back and catch up with old friends.
The menu offers prime certified angus beef (CAB) steaks, burgers, house made pizza, special sandwiches, smoked wings and ribs, seafood, pub grub, and a wide selection of brews!More
We serve excellent locally sourced seasonal tavern fare in a relaxed environment. Draft beers are largely local and always craft, and the wine list features around fifty labels from both near and far. Street parking is easily found on Linwood Ave and Baltimore St. When the season allows, outdoor seating is available right across from the park.More
There is perhaps no better place from which to watch Fourth of July fireworks than Baltimore’s Inner Harbor, dotted with restaurants offering Maryland blue clams, doused in spicy Old Bay seasoning and ready for shucking (not to mention exceptional crab cakes and other local seafood.) An historic city known for its colonial architecture and music halls, Baltimore’s food scene draws on rich tradition with an innovative spin. Keep your eyes peeled for lake trout and scrapple (a brick of pork “scraps”—can be delicious grilled, but probably worth avoiding if you find it dubious), and explore posh Federal Hill and Harbor East for burgeoning restaurant scenes and nightlife.