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maddogg280 Nov 2, 2007 05:53 AM

Anyone got a good recommendation for a family dinner tonight in North Baltimore? We will have elderly father-in-law (with non-adventure palate) who is challenged with walking too far. We've already done Petit Louis, Brasserie Tatin, Spice Company and Carlyle Club. And when other family trickles into town this weekend we are headed to Taste. Tonight is just the four of us. I expect we will all be exhausted from moving his residence today... we could even do carry out from the right place- anyone got ideas for that?

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    amaebi RE: maddogg280 Nov 2, 2007 07:03 AM

    how about Ambassador Dining Room? It's Indian food. Maybe slightly overpriced but great atmosphere and good food. Tandoori chicken is pretty harmless for the nonadventurous!

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      Jeserf RE: maddogg280 Nov 2, 2007 07:26 AM

      what about matthews pizza?

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        ko1 RE: Jeserf Nov 2, 2007 08:20 AM

        Mattew's is in Southeast Baltimore, not North. I've not heard much good about Taste, BTW.

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          Jeserf RE: ko1 Nov 2, 2007 08:29 AM

          didn't see the north part..my bad.

          and i've never been - just seems casual and all easy to please most.

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        hon RE: maddogg280 Nov 2, 2007 08:21 AM

        How about the Donnas in Cross Keys?

        1. ko1 RE: maddogg280 Nov 2, 2007 08:34 AM

          If he doesn''t find the bar/dining room atmosphere, I bet your FIL (and the rest of you) would enjoy Dizzy Issie's.

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            mededitor RE: maddogg280 Nov 2, 2007 09:50 AM

            Perhaps the Chameleon Cafe, on Harford Road, in Lauraville. Great menu, local foods, intimate dining room. On-street parking only, I think.

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              ko1 RE: mededitor Nov 2, 2007 11:11 AM

              A great option, Northeast Baltimore, but not that far.

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