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Smoke free Recs Needed - Baltimore

tennisgal1206 Jan 25, 2008 11:00 AM

Hounders - need recs for dinner tomorrow night in Baltimore. New American, someplace close to the city or Towson corridor. Smoke free, mid-priced. Thanks!

  1. tennisgal1206 Feb 1, 2008 06:04 AM

    Thanks for responding all. Of course now that every restaurant is smoke free - I no longer have this dilemma :-)

    We ended up going to the Red Star, and the food was good.

    1. scarlet starlet Jan 28, 2008 08:57 PM

      Not sure what your exact price range is, but I highly recommend the upstairs dining room at Brewer's Art.

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        hon Jan 29, 2008 04:55 AM

        They wanted the rec for the 26th!

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        dzoey Jan 28, 2008 06:35 PM

        The good news for people who dislike smoke: As part of the phasing in of the non-smoking law in Maryland: All indoor workplaces, including restaurants, bars and private clubs will go smoke-free February 1, 2008.

        There is a hardship waiver that can be obtained, but in general restaurants should be smoke free this weekend.

        http://cha.state.md.us/oeh/ciaa/

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          Raokay Jan 26, 2008 08:14 AM

          RUB on Light Street (corner of Wells St.) in Federal Hill.

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            bordeauxfan Jan 26, 2008 11:12 AM

            Sorry to disagree, but I don't think RUB's barbeque menu fits if the OP is seeking New American. I would recommend places like Abacrombie, Henninger's Tavern, or Peters Inn.

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