Easter lunch with Grandmother (Baltimore)
My family usually goes out for brunch or nice lunch for Easter (last year we went to Tersiguel's), but this year my Grandmother is much frailer than in years past, and we need some place that is nice but that doesn't have any stairs, any ideas for a nice Easter brunch spot that is accomidating and handicap assessible? Baltimore based is best, though Catonsville or Columbia would work as well. Thanks
I third Gertrude's. If it's a nice day you after your meal you can take a nice walk in the sculpture garden.
What about Miss Shirley's on Coldspring? I've enjoyed their french toast and my SO likes their omelettes. I'm not certain if they take reservations and the wait can be long, but they do have a sitting room with free coffee, reading material and couchs. I don't know if the wait would be too much for your grandmother, but I'm sure that she would be able to sit on one of the couchs. And there are no stairs. www.missshirleys.com
Petit Louis in Roland Park is doing an Easter Brunch. I haven't eaten there for brunch, but I have enjoyed dinner there and heard good things about their brunch. From the website it looks like it will be $39 per person. http://www.petitlouis.com
Try Gertrude's @ the Baltimore Museum of Art, they have a pretty dining room, good and local menu and it is definately handicap accessible. Def call ahead for a reservation. Many places that are only open for dinner also open especially for Easter lunch to accommodate the crowds. Try Roy's @ Harbour East or McCormick and Schmicks @ Pier Five.