If you live in a constant status of I Don’t Know where I ate last night, then maybe you should skip the middle man and just check out Don’t Know in Federal Hill. I drive or walk by here almost every day, and I always mentally note that I need to check it out. My friend was craving Crab Dip Tots and I took that at the perfect opportunity to head over to Don’t Know.
Where is your favorite place to get an egg sandwich? This is a serious question, leave a comment here or tell me on Instagram or Facebook. I love egg sandwiches – I could probably eat them three times a week if not more.
One of my absolute favorite egg sandwiches is from The Corner Pantry in Mount Washington. Since the British have invaded Falls Road (in the best possible way) they have been serving up killer breakfast. Recently, they threw dinner service into the mix. I had a chance to try it earlier this month and I was completely blown away.
Jokers & Thieves in Canton recently rebranded as Southern Provisions and switched up their menu – they kept it low-country, but made a few changes. With the addition of garage doors to the bar, on a warm evening, it’s the perfect place to sit outside. With the weather being so lovely recently, it was the perfect place to grab dinner and drinks.
Tip, if you’re at Southern Provisions and downstairs is packed, check upstairs – there’s a full bar and you can order food.
As a Baltimore City resident, I don’t regularly leave the city; we have almost everything that I need. However the Business Administrator for Grille620 reached out and invited me and a guest for dinner to their restaurant in Howard County. While I rarely leave the city – I am always willing to travel for amazing food. Grille620 has excellent reviews on Yelp and Foursquare and was also recommended to me by a fellow blogger. My friend and I were beyond excited to cross someplace off of our list. Let me tell you, Chef Fabio is absolutely killing it – you can check him out on Instagram to see what else he is creating.
My personal view of Ellicott City (and all of Howard County to be specific) is that it is miles and miles of strip malls and shopping centers, but, that’s suburbia for you!
A friend and I were grabbing dinner in Fells Point and couldn’t agree on where to go. I wanted a burger, she wanted pizza. Fortunately neither one of us had to compromise because Koopers Tavern offers both. I was recently at Koopers for brunch, but it’s been a while since I was there for dinner.
SoBo Café is one of my favorite spots in Federal Hill, when I heard the owners were opening SoBo Market even closer to my apartment, I was ecstatic. The menu consists of mostly small plates and sandwiches – it’s perfect for sharing. The space is also small and intimate making it a perfect date night spot if you’re in the mood for something low key. One of my friends loves SoBo Café just as much as I do so we made plans to head over to SoBo Market together.
The following review is the first of hopefully many posts by my good friend and guest blogger, Stu.
Earlier this Month, LiketheteaEATS was invited to attend the media opening of Caliburger in Columbia, Maryland near the Columbia Mall. For those unfamiliar with Caliburger, you’re not alone. While based in California, it is relatively unknown in the country. The vast majority of its stores are overseas. Caliburger, as the name suggests, describes itself as a quick serve restaurant that “brings that all-out California spirit and lifestyle to you.” It operates under the mindset of “fresh tastes best, that selection matters, [and] that service still counts.” It has been referred to as an imitator of the ubiquitous In–N–Out Burger, which can be found all over the western United States. After doing a little pre-meal research, my girlfriend and I entered Caliburger, not knowing exactly what to expect.
An egg sandwich is one of my absolute favorite things to eat for breakfast. There are plenty of local coffee shops that make a mean breakfast sandwich. Ceremony Coffee opened last fall in Mount Vernon and is offering coffee they roast themselves as well as a few breakfast options. I had some writing I needed to get done, and knew Ceremony Coffee was the perfect place to sit down and get work done.
I am extremely excited to announce that I am teaming up with two of my friends to launch Baltimore’s newest foodie venture, Tapas in the City.
The concept behind Tapas in the City is simple, when you are in a restaurant, often times the menu has plenty of amazing looking dishes that you want to try. Rather than taking five or six different trips to the same spot to find your favorite dish, what if you could sample multiple tapas style dishes at a restaurant over the course of one evening.
Fells Point newcomer Sammy’s Enoteca opened quietly in late April serving delicious Italian Food. To get the word out about the new spot, chef and owner Sammy invited a few Baltimore Bloggers / Instagrammers over to try out the food. Unsurprisingly, everything was outstanding; I’m already a fan of Sammy’s Trattoria in Mount Vernon so I knew the food here would be fantastic.