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Get yourself to CAZBAR, now!

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We dined there for the first time last night. Used Opentable, though they were not crowded on a Tuesday night- but nothing in Baltimore is crowded on a Tuesday.
Started with Imam Bayiladi "fainted priest" appetizer. Then had the Lahmacun- which had fantastic heat to it. For entrees, we had mixed kabob platter and manti- which was disappointingly bland after the heat of the Lahmacun "pizza". We took home baklava desserts and enjoyed them immensely. We'll be back and I recommend you get over there as fast as you can.
The decor was lovely, and the staff was young and attentive. This is a great downtown spot, and on-street parking is free after 6pm. What's not to love? Hey, if you don't go, that means more Lahmacun for me!

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Cazbar
316 N Charles St, Baltimore, MD 21282

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  1. Great looking menu and looks like a great lunch as well. Thanks.

    http://cazbarbaltimore.com/menus/spri...

    1. I like it too. They have particularly good kofta, and the upstairs is beautiful and romantic. I think that's only open weekends, though.

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      1. re: jvanderh

        Dinner last night was excellent. The veg meze platter was tasty, and reminiscent of the buffet breakfasts available in Israel (yogurt, several different kinds of chopped tomato/cucumber, babaghanoush, hummus, etc.). I too had the Lahmacun, which was a heaping portion for maybe $9. We also had a tasty bottle of Turkish white wine. And there is free valet parking, at least on weekends. Finally, we had a 20% discount voucher from a show we caught at An Die Musik, making an already inexpensive restaurant even more so.

      2. There is a Groupon Coupon today.