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Dreza Jun 17, 2008 09:28 AM

Any must go to spots? Lunch, Dinner or otherwise? Am going to be with some people who don't eat seafood so has to have some options for them? Would appreciate any suggestions. Dreza-

  1. RichardCrystal Jun 17, 2008 09:57 AM

    Cafe Hon in Hampden, Golden West in Hampden, First Watch in Pikesville for breakfast. I think it depends on where you'll be and how far you want to schlepp.

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    1. re: RichardCrystal
      ko1 Jun 17, 2008 11:14 AM

      Check this very recent thread. I like Golden West but wouldn't consider it or Cafe Hon "can't miss". There are much better places just in the immediate area.
      http://www.chowhound.com/topics/528617

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        hon Jun 17, 2008 12:13 PM

        Agreed, I especially wouldn't recommend the Cafe Hon.

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          rudmansjmu Jun 17, 2008 05:00 PM

          Agreed. Cafe Hon is overpriced and the food is not memorable.

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            chefdilettante Jun 18, 2008 07:42 PM

            Agreed on Cafe Hon. First Watch is part of a chain. And why drive out to the County?

    2. LittleNorthwest Jun 18, 2008 05:08 PM

      I think that Woodberry Kitchen is a must as well as Peter's Inn. Both have menus that are friendly to the non-seafood eater and are always good.

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        cprofit Jun 19, 2008 11:55 AM

        Agree on Peter's Inn. Woodberry is good, but is a horrible place for conversation as it is extremely loud. The food is great and it's pretty, but loud.

      2. littlew1ng Jun 19, 2008 11:21 AM

        little italy, little italy, little italy.....so good. tons of great restaurants down there, all great choices

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        1. re: littlew1ng
          ko1 Jun 19, 2008 01:14 PM

          By and large, Little Italy means mediocre red sauce Italian. Somewhere under High St. is a giant aluminum tank of bland red sauce that is pumped into the kitchens of 90% of the restaurants there.

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          hon Jun 19, 2008 01:43 PM

          Peters Inn
          www.petersinn.com

          Henningers Tavern
          www.henningerstavern.com

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