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Baltimore - Vegeterian

yankeefan May 12, 2011 11:53 AM

Any recommendations for a nice upscale (nothing silly ridiculous) for a nice, quality vegeterian focused restaurant in Baltimore. I will be at the Baltimore Hilton and am looking for something unique and fun for a pre-Camden Yards dinner.

Thanks all.

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    2000man May 13, 2011 04:18 AM

    I don't think that there is such a place in Baltimore.

    I would suggest Land of Kush. It is a vegan restaurant. It is not a fancy dinner place. It is homey, casual soul food. You can get there by taking the light rail (get off by Maryland General) or the metro (state center stop).

    One World Cafe is another option. Again, it is casual. Not entirely veg. It is in Charles Village, next to Hopkins. Liquid Earth in Fells Point is great, too. Again it is casual.

    You could try the Helmand. It is an Afghan rest. owned by Karzai's brother. It has white table cloths and some good veggie options.

    Liquid Earth
    1626 Aliceanna St, Baltimore, MD 21231

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      zebcook May 13, 2011 06:14 AM

      Cazbar would be a good choice. Turkish with a large selection of veg mezzes. On the Circulator route, a longish walk, or a short cab ride from your hotel.

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        stephanieg May 13, 2011 01:59 PM

        Mezze in Fells Point would fit the bill. It's a fun Mediterranean tapas restaurant with a range of excellent vegetarian options. It also has a great wine and drink list! You can take the water taxi over from harbor and then take it back before the game. Enjoy!!!

        1606 Thames St., Baltimore, MD 21231

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          2000man May 14, 2011 07:05 AM

          I like Mezze, too. I haven't been there in a couple of years, but it used to be very good.

          1606 Thames St., Baltimore, MD 21231

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          yankeefan May 18, 2011 10:23 AM

          Thanks folks. Some of these places definitely seem interesting.

          I understand there is nothing ideal but starting points are always appreciated.

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