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Brunch in Baltimore on Memorial Day...possible?

JoanArkham May 24, 2012 09:32 AM

I'm going to be meeting up with some NYC friends in Baltimore for the weekend. We'll be stuck in the Inner Harbor area for most of Saturday and Sunday (Maryland Death Fest!) but will be able to get back in our cars to get a decent brunch before hitting the road on Monday. A diner is fine, just somewhere with breakfast options at noon that's ok with hosting some sunburned, exhausted music festival survivors.

I realize this may be asking the impossible...but thanks for considering the question!

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    stellabay May 25, 2012 08:28 PM

    I think Golden West in Hampden is a perfect option for you guys. You definitely won't feel out of place coming from Death Fest and they serve most of their breakfast options all day. I can't speak to whether or not they'll be open on Memorial Day, however.

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    1. re: stellabay
      JoanArkham May 29, 2012 06:08 AM

      Didn't see this until today, but that's where we wound up! Excellent french toast, and just the right atmosphere.

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      gmk1322 May 26, 2012 10:12 AM

      Miss Shirley's since you will be in the Inner Harbor area; awesome grub!

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        Hal Laurent May 26, 2012 10:20 AM

        Jimmy's (on the square in Fells Point) and Sip and Bite (on Boston St. in Canton) will both likely be open.

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