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Aug 17, 2012 01:08 PM

Lunch in Fells Point?

We''re headed to FP for the day tomorrow and would love some lunch recs. Unfortunately, the two places we'd like to try most, Peter's Inn and Rye, aren't open for lunch. Thanks!

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  1. I love Tortilleria Sinaloa. Great authentic Mexican. It's small though - only counter seating along the walls, so if you're more than 2 it probably won't work.

    1. Try Mezze in FP for lunch. Lots of small plates to share and a fun atmosphere. Hope I posted this in time. FoiGras

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        1. re: Christina D

          Hi Christina D--we had a major change of plans and didn't get to Wit and Wisdom as yet. It is an IOU and hope to get there after Labor Day weekend. We were planning to change our reservation for Saturday of Labor Day weekend, but don't want to be downtown with the racecar crowd.

          Hope you have a nice lunch in FP--the weather is beautiful today--very conducive to outdoor dining. FoiGras

      1. Kooper's has great burgers. Italian Graffiti has good pizza. Sofia's inside the southern Broadway Market has some nice Polish food. Closer to Harbor East, Cinco de Mayo has a yummy taqueria in the back.

        1. Pitango's on the square for dessert !!!

          1. Thanks for the input, all! We ended up at Thames Street Oyster House. We had dinner there some months ago and weren't impressed. We gave it another shot for lunch and were glad we did. We had the obligatory plate of raw oysters, which were delicious, though pricey ($2.50-$2.75 per??). My husband had the grilled rock octopus app and we both had lobster rolls. All the food was very good and the service excellent. The cocktails were also well done, nicely balanced and not overly sweet.

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            1. re: Christina D

              I do like Thames Street Oyster House as well but I agree, the oysters are pricey, the Wellfleets (my fav) when they have them are more there then at the Oyster Bar in Grand Central Station.