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Kosher Delivery in Downtown Baltimore

dfsny613 Jan 16, 2011 09:41 AM

I will be in Downtown Baltimore for business for an extended period in February (Mon-Thurs for 4 weeks). I will not have a car. Do any of the kosher restaurants/markets deliver to the downtown area?

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    koshergastronome RE: dfsny613 Jan 16, 2011 10:04 AM

    There is a restaurant downtown called Van Gough Cafe, and the info is -
    300 South Ann Street
    Baltimore, MD 21231
    (410) 558-1958

    as for the other restaurants in town, some of them deliver, but I dont know if they'll go downtown, you can give them a call - here's a list of the restaurants - http://www.shamash.org/kosher/search....

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      zeetree RE: koshergastronome Jan 16, 2011 03:57 PM

      You can also try MeLatte, they have a little cafe at Hopkins and I think they deliver.
      Ive also had deliveries to Hopkins from Eden Cafe (JCC Park Heights) and the Royal Restaurant. All the deliveries were for a crowd of 10-20, ive never had a delivery for one.

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      vallevin RE: dfsny613 Jan 16, 2011 06:10 PM

      4 weeks is long time. What kind of kitchen set-up do you have?

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        vallevin RE: vallevin Jan 16, 2011 06:12 PM

        Just remembered,

        Contact O'Fishel Catering, (410) 764-3474

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          Prettypoodle RE: vallevin Oct 27, 2011 03:01 PM

          REALLY GOOD food. Used them when we were in VA and were VERY pleased:)

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        AdinaA RE: dfsny613 Jan 17, 2011 04:15 PM

        There is a Whole Foods downtown, bread, cottage cheese, fresh vegetables, etc, an easy walk from the downtown hotels, as is B'nai Israel, if you will be there on Shabbos.

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          SaraK RE: dfsny613 Jan 20, 2011 09:56 AM

          The Knish Shop may deliver to you

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            dfsny613 RE: dfsny613 Oct 27, 2011 12:41 PM

            My trip was postponed until next month so I am just refreshing the post to see if anyone has any other thoughts. I am supposed to have a fridge/microwave in my room which should help.

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              koshergastronome RE: dfsny613 Oct 27, 2011 07:53 PM

              do you know where downtown? I'm in the dental school, which is close to the inner harbor, and there are kosher sandwiches in the law and medical school during the day...And supposedly there is also kosher stuff in Johns Hopkins, but I'm not 100% sure what and whether you can get the food at all hours.

              Although your best bet for a restaurant is that Van Gogh restaurant , and if you want deliver, Knish shop might, and David Chu's and Umami might also for a fee

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                koshergastronome RE: koshergastronome Oct 27, 2011 08:06 PM

                also if you need a place for shabbos, or anything else, you can contact me at - nossi1023 @ yahoo . com

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                  dfsny613 RE: koshergastronome Oct 28, 2011 06:01 AM

                  Thanks for the info and very nice shabbos offer. I am heading back home for shabbos though.

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              dfsny613 RE: dfsny613 Nov 1, 2011 03:04 PM

              A follow-up question: has anyone taken the subway from the inner harbor to 7 mile market. According to google and the Baltimore subway website there is a stop a couple of blocks from my hotel and one less than half a mile from 7 Mile Market.

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                zeetree RE: dfsny613 Nov 1, 2011 06:21 PM

                I would think its more than a half mile from the subway stop and not in the best part of town so wouldn't really recommend it towards the evening. Every once in a while there is a cab at the station that could drive you to Seven Mile.
                If you are near a supermarket like Safeway downtown they usually have empire deli meats, and there is a whole foods downtown as well. Downtown Baltimore is pretty lacking in kosher food!

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