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sunday, near the Walters

rainespencer Apr 29, 2008 05:31 PM

I am going to the Walters on Sunday afternoon, and would love to get lunch before or late lunch/early dinner afterwards, somewhere in the neighborhood.

Any ideas?

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    egret62 May 2, 2008 09:14 PM

    Cazbar just a couple of blocks south on Charles for Turkish food. There is a Nepali restaurant next door but I haven't tried it- others on the board have liked it. Do check hours on a Sunday for places in that neighborhood.

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      rainespencer May 2, 2008 09:17 AM

      Thanks, all, that gives me a few to think about. I like the all day "happy hour" -- by closing time it must be really really happy!

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      1. re: rainespencer
        pmody May 2, 2008 09:38 AM

        they don't open until 5. i'm not sure how late of a lunch/early of a dinner you were interested in. i'm planning on being there on sunday also, so maybe you'll see a fellow chowhounder there!

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        jes May 1, 2008 02:30 PM

        Brewers Art has Happy Hour all day on Sundays,...

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          hotel Apr 30, 2008 06:38 AM

          It depends on what you are in the mood for...

          Check on Cafe Mocha's hours (they are weird). But their sandwiches are top notch for lunch. IXIA and Sotto Sopra are on the higher end of the price spectrum but are walkable. Mick O'Sheas has some great bar style food, and I think on Sundays they have an awesome sheppard's pie special and is also walkable.

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            SGI Apr 30, 2008 06:11 AM

            Since you're going on a Sunday, some restaurants in the area will be closed. Here's a quick list of some places:

            City Cafe
            Egyptian Pizza (always changes names so I'd check the latest - maybe Cafe Isis?)
            Mt. Vernon Stable
            Owl Bar
            Helmand (dinner only)

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