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Baltimore Brunch

MrIncognito1 Apr 12, 2008 06:56 AM

First of all, I wanted to know if anyone has been to Lucy's Irish Restaurant for brunch and if so, how was it and how expensive was it. Secondly, I was wondering if anyone had a favorite not too expensive place for brunch in the city. Thank you.

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    kelarry Apr 13, 2008 01:54 AM

    Try Abacrombie for brunch

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    1. re: kelarry
      crowsonguy Apr 13, 2008 07:33 PM

      Kelarry, have you been to their brunch? I'd love to hear a report on it, since I enjoyed their dinner.

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        kelarry Apr 13, 2008 08:40 PM

        The bloody mary is made with infused vodka (sundried tomatoes & peppers)! I've tried the spinach, wild mushroom & gruyere omelette & eggs benedict. Both were very good. The french toast is made with baguette & very tasty as well. Try the applewood smoked bacon. Yum. They also do brunch til 7pm for those of us who are late to rise!

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      MarcDC Apr 13, 2008 10:42 AM

      Blue Moon

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        hon Apr 13, 2008 11:12 AM

        Mamas on the Half Shell

        1. poached Apr 13, 2008 11:39 AM

          Just had brunch at B today- was great! Everything was so fresh- had the breakfast burritto $8 it was stuffed with black beans sauted w/onin, cheese and eggs. Great Salsa Fresca. & was served with excellent skillet potatos and small side of fresh pineapple and strawberry.
          My husband had a crab and avacado omlette and loved it.
          Menu is heavy on a variety of egg items, (except for pancake listings)

          Also love the brunch at Ale Mary's in Fells

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