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Good Veggie Burgers in Baltimore?

I am looking for good veggie burgers in Baltimore. I love them at Waterfront, but am looking to expand. Who has the best, non-frozen veggie burgers in and around Baltimore?


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  1. Hi elnicka - my fave fresh veggie burgers are at Dogwood in Hampden (a yummy lentil burger; be aware that it falls apart easily so it is a little messy to eat), Yellow Dog in Canton and Donna's.

    1. Hamilton Tavern on Harford Road are great !!

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      1. re: lovegreatfood

        It's tasty, but needs something to bind it - I had one a few weeks ago and it completely fell apart!

      2. one world has regular and daily special vegburgers

        1. I'm a big fan of the veggie sliders at Rocket to Venus.

          1. Todd Conners in Fells has a really good veggie burger.

            1. Hi elnicka,

              I started this same post about a year ago: http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/501848

              Since then I've also discovered the veggie burgers at Alexander's Tavern and Abbey Burger Bistro. Elevation Burger has a veggie one on the menu but it hasn't opened yet. Ale Mary's does a Boca burger but the fixings/bun are great (they have a lot of other veggie options there as well.)

              1. I like the veggie sliders at Friends on Aliceanna. They seem pretty homemade to me. Along with their amazing nachos, I am always happy when I roll out.

                Friends At Fells Point
                1634 Aliceanna St, Baltimore, MD 21231

                1. Just had a GREAT two-bean burger (black and cannelini, although there I also spied some chick peas in there) at The Laughing Pint. One of the chef's from Zodiac works there now and the burger does resemble Zodiac's black bean burger.

                  They have a small menu but many of the items are vegetarian.


                  1. I'm in DC and don't get to B-More too often, but I know that VegBaltimore.com list all the veg-friendly options in the area.

                    check it out: http://www.vegbaltimore.com/