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Baltimore pre-Lucinda Williams show Dinner rec's

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burgundyslut Oct 25, 2011 07:47 AM

We're headed to Baltimore for the Lucinda Williams show tomorrow, and looking for fun dinner rec's... creative cooking, great wine list, fun cocktails a plus. Nothing fancy cause we won't be dressed for that. And the show starts at 8... so something on the quicker side too. Have been to Kali's Mezze and loved it, so something like that would be great. We will likely be staying near Ram's Head, but will have a car. and a funky breakfast recommendation would be great too! Thanks in advance...

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Ram's Head
33 West Street, Annapolis, MD 21401

Mezze
1606 Thames St., Baltimore, MD 21231

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    FoiGras Oct 25, 2011 08:33 AM

    You may want to check out B&O Brasserie. I've only been there once and thought it was inspired. My hubby didn't care for it at all, but other posters commented favorably and I would venture back.

    I recall that the wine list was impressive. Have heard that the bartender makes great drinks. It's not far from Ram's Head.

    Can't offer recommendations for breakfast as I don't eat it. I know I should, but.....
    In any event, many people seem to like Miss Shirley's. Hope you have a great time. FoiGras

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    Miss Shirley's Cafe
    513 W Cold Spring Lane, Baltimore, MD 21210

    Ram's Head
    33 West Street, Annapolis, MD 21401

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