Food Lover's Guide...Part II
Ok - here's another question for you all...what is your favorite Baltimore City/County restaurant in these categories?
Responding to what I can:
Modern American: Woodberry Kitchen (mostly because of the brunch)
Burgers: Kooper's Tavern
Barbecue: Andy Nelson's
French: Petite Louis (located in the first shopping center in America. True story)
Greek: Black Olive
Mexican: El Trovador (if it's still open. It's El Salvadorean, not Mexican, but shame on you for saying "Mexican" and not "Latin") if they're closed, then Tortilleria Sinaloa
Seafood: Black Olive
Steakhouse: Prime Rib
Pub Food: Brewer's Art. Hands down. (Blue Grass is not so much pub grub as fancy American cuisine. Pub grub is sit at the bar food, which Brewer's does amazingly well. Blue Grass is more going out to dinner food.)
Vegetarian: One World Cafe
Since Minx made full disclosure, I'll bite:
Chinese: Hunan Taste. Grace Garden will garner the most votes and is awesome.
Thai: No good Thai in Baltimore IMHO
Modern American: High end: Charleston. Mid: Woodberry Kitchen
Indian: all disappointments, both city and 'burbs
Diner: Bel Loc (for architecture, not food)
French: is there even a French restaurant left in Baltimore?
Greek: Black Olive: but overpriced and overrated. Samos is well priced but really pedestrian food
Korean: Shin Chon
Mediterranean: This category is from the 80's/90's, right?
Mexican: Tortilleria Sinaloa (city), Mari Luna (burbs)
Crabs: Canton Dockside. Crabs are Gulf but are fat and only crab shack with good beer selection and outdoor seating
Steakhouse: Yeah, it's Prime Rib
Sushi: no great sushi. Sushi Ya has moments though
Pub Food: Bluegrass Tavern (high end pub food/bistro)
Vegetarian: Why would anyone go to a restaurant without meat?