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Author:  mel [ Fri Jan 28, 2011 8:07 pm ]
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We are taking our son to the Charm City indoor skate park in Baltimore tomorrow for his birthday. Do any of you locals have a restaurant recommendation? Much obliged!

Author:  mel [ Sat Jan 29, 2011 11:19 am ]
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Well, I don't get to go now, anyway, but my newly Veggie husband is going to try Johnny Rad's since it is only 6 minutes from the skate park...

Author:  annak [ Sat Jan 29, 2011 1:59 pm ]
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I've never been there and it's not a restaurant (it's a bakery), so this may be the least helpful response ever, but the next time I'm in Baltimore I can't wait to try this place:

http://www.emilysdesserts.com/

Author:  Quarantined [ Sat Jan 29, 2011 2:04 pm ]
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not sure where the skate park is but I love Brick Oven Pizza down in Fells Point.

Author:  mel [ Mon Jan 31, 2011 8:39 am ]
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annak wrote:
I've never been there and it's not a restaurant (it's a bakery), so this may be the least helpful response ever, but the next time I'm in Baltimore I can't wait to try this place:

http://www.emilysdesserts.com/

That looks divine! Funnily enough, I was just eating cupcakes and drinking wine yesterday and going on and on about how much they were meant for each other. When I clicked the link, right there before my eyes was the Wine and Cupcake Bar link. I thought I must have died and gone to heaven!

Author:  mel [ Mon Jan 31, 2011 8:40 am ]
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Quarantined wrote:
not sure where the skate park is but I love Brick Oven Pizza down in Fells Point.

I will keep that in mind for the next time we go down. My son loved the skate park, so we will be going again. I love Fell's Point! I need to see how close it is to the park. Thanks for the recommendation!

Author:  zinnia [ Sun Feb 12, 2012 5:15 pm ]
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I go to Baltimore every couple of months to visit my son at school, and am always looking for vegan meal options. This weekend we tried The Land of Kush (www.landofkush.com). It was great! I had the barbecued ribs, mac and cheese, and collards. The platter was huge and only $10.99. Definitely will be going back there again and I highly recommend it.

We also ate at the Rusty Scupper on the waterfront to accomodate other family members who wanted seafood. They have a vegan penne primavera which is not listed on the menu, and it was tasty (spicy marinara, green beans, red pepper, mushrooms). It was nice to go somewhere where everyone was happy with the meal.

The Helmand has wonderful food and Red Emma's has decent sandwiches. Haven't been to Yabba Pot yet, but it's high up on my wish list. We went to One World Cafe for breakfast once, and enjoyed it. We stay in Mt. Vernon, so it was a little out of the way.

If anyone has other suggestions, I'd love to hear them.

Author:  linanil [ Sun Feb 12, 2012 5:20 pm ]
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Yabba pot is closed. I went to Liquid Earth recently, which I liked better than One World Cafe.

Depending on how things go, I'll be moving to Baltimore later this year.

Author:  eatsbabies [ Sun Feb 12, 2012 10:39 pm ]
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Yeah, the yabba pot is closed and Emily isn't in business any more (I think she's just focusing on other things in her life or something.).

Author:  zinnia [ Mon Feb 13, 2012 7:22 am ]
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I'm disappointed to hear about Yabba Pot. It looks like they are opening or have opened the Grind House Juice Bar, also on St. Paul. Has anyone been there?

Author:  linanil [ Mon Feb 13, 2012 7:52 am ]
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Hopefully they'll sell more than juice.

Author:  zinnia [ Thu Nov 21, 2013 7:38 am ]
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Does anyone know if there are any vegan-friendly restaurants in Little Italy?

Author:  RandiJM [ Thu Nov 21, 2013 8:51 pm ]
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linanil wrote:
Hopefully they'll sell more than juice.


They do but the juice is all I had (soo good!). It's an adorable little spot (pics here) but they had a cold glass case of different salads and dishes that looked pretty good.

And to anyone going soon, The Helmand is amazing.

Author:  zinnia [ Thu Nov 21, 2013 9:16 pm ]
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I love Helmand! It's right around the corner from my son's apartment, so we've been there a few times. Indigma (also in Mt. Vernon) is outstanding, too. I'm in the mood to go to Little Italy this weekend, though - hopefully I'll be able to find something decent to eat there. If not, I can make up for it by having breakfast at One World Café the next morning.

Author:  linanil [ Fri Nov 22, 2013 7:53 am ]
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Oh we haven't been to Baltimore for a couple years (and obviously we didn't move there... different story). We should go some time.

Author:  zinnia [ Fri Nov 22, 2013 7:41 pm ]
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Has anyone here been to Sticky Rice? I just discovered it online and it looks like they have lots of vegan options.

Author:  cat with a monocle [ Fri Dec 06, 2013 6:33 am ]
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I love Sticky Rice. I went there just last week, in fact. My favorite roll is called Cat's Eye. It's tempura pickled vegetables with vegan cream cheese, and spicy vegan cream cheese on top.

Author:  annabazoo [ Sun Dec 15, 2013 12:29 pm ]
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Grind House juice bar is good. It's a little spot. They have vegan doughnuts! A friend goes there a lot and really likes the fish sandwich. I have only been there once. I got a grilled cheese which was a little disappointing. I don't know why i order grilled cheeses at vegan restaurants and expect them to be more than Daiya on bread. This one had spinach too, which i liked.

Author:  cat with a monocle [ Mon Dec 16, 2013 1:30 pm ]
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I had no idea that vegan donuts existed anywhere in Baltimore.

Author:  annabazoo [ Mon Dec 16, 2013 2:21 pm ]
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Yeah! Sweet Dukes Vegan Bakery. They don't have a storefront, but they sell to GrindHouse and Fleet Street Market. Fleet Street Market has some good vegan grocerie stuff, plus a veggie Banh Mi that is super good. Skip the mayo, though.

Author:  amandabear [ Mon Dec 16, 2013 2:37 pm ]
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Lost City Diner! We went while we were in Baltimore last year and it was great. Lots of vegan options, including milkshakes!

Author:  annabazoo [ Mon Dec 16, 2013 7:09 pm ]
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Oh yeah! Their milk shakes rock. I recommend the onion rings. There's a really tasty sauce that comes with them. Just make sure to order the vegan version.

Two Boots Pizzeria has two vegan pizzas that are awesome! Every time i have been there they had vegan pizza by the slice. They use Daiya and a lot of tasty veggies.

Author:  cat with a monocle [ Tue Dec 17, 2013 9:49 pm ]
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I know Land of Kush has already been mentioned, but they definitely have the best mac and cheese I have ever had. I will occasionally switch up my protein or my green, but I always get the mac and cheese. I wish I had their recipe.

Author:  Audrey [ Fri Jan 24, 2014 4:11 pm ]
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got any recommendations for kid-friendly places, either an early evening Sat dinner or Sunday morning breakfast/brunch? We'll be down from NYC visiting friends who live in Baltimore. We're worried about being too raucous with 2 18month olds and 2 four year olds. I know we've gone to Golden West before and it was just ok. Maybe pizza...

Author:  zinnia [ Fri Jan 31, 2014 2:50 pm ]
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This may be too late for you, Audrey, but I like One World Cafe for breakfast/brunch. You could definitely take young children there.

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