Where to dine in Oldtown?
I'm looking for something new and delicious! I have tried the newish tapas-y place on King St (the name escapes me right now), the Flying Fish, and Vermilion. Is there anything else down there worth trying? So far I have only been happy with Southside 815, Hard Times and La Piazza (YUM!)
I like Cafe Salsa:
Majestic Cafe just reopened and I hear it's yummy:
Stardust is supposed to be good but not right down in the King Street area:
Also, Eammons for fish and chips:
My coworkers say Ala Lucia is good. I haven't been yet.
Pending on what type of place you are looking for, there are certainly tons of restaurants you can try.
Restaurant Eve - definitely worth the price for fine dining
Eammons - great fish and chips
Daniel O'Connells - really nice Irish Bar with good food as well
Fish Market - not fancy, but certainy fresh seafood
Warehouse Bar & Grill - you should try their wasabi cruster oyster or baked oyster uggie for apps and their dinner certainly will not leave you disappointed
Mai Thai - if you're in the mood for Asian cuisine
If you're not stuck in being in King Street - you should try Momo's for sushi and it is off Queen Street. Also venture into Rustico - just right outside of the Old Town - their maestro menu are good way to try varieties plus plenty of choices for beer.
Eve and Majestic are outstanding
Other places to try:
Pita House - homey, Lebanese place on Cameron St
A La Lucia
Stardust - lunch only - I have been disappointed at dinner
Rustico - impressive beer selection
Red Mei - cheap, Asian style takeout with delicious fresh veggies
Overwoord (where Ecco used to be) - pleasantly surprising lunch last week
Taverna Cretekou - Greek on the most beautiful patio around
Still waiting for a chowhound report on Bastille. It got a nice review recently in Washingtonian, but I haven't heard anything here