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Wednesday, March 03, 2010

Mel Guapo

Price Point

EAT: City Paper's annual dining guide

In Introduction

Central

Eat Feature: Attman's Delicatessen 1019 E. Lombard St., (410) 563-2666, attmansdeli.com, $$ One of the few "real" delis left in the city, by which we mean they don't simply serve up commercial lunch meats. [3/3/2010]

Harbor Area

Eat Feature: Bagby Pizza Co. 1006 Fleet St., (410) 605-0444, bagbypizza.com, $$$ Crispy, thin-crust pizza is Bagby's raison d'être, but if you don't try its pasta--a baked penne with sausage and a crea [3/3/2010]

South

Eat Feature: Abbey Burger Bistro 1041 Marshall St., (443) 453-9698, abbeyburgerbistro.com, $$-$$$ We're glad someone thought up this concept: a bar devoted to gourmet burgers and equally gourmet toppings (a [3/3/2010]

Southeast

Eat Feature: Alexander's Tavern 710 S. Broadway, (410) 522-0000, alexanderstavern.com, $$$ We first heard about this place while drinking next door. Tipplers at food-less bars like to order from here, a good [3/3/2010]

East and Northeast

Eat Feature: Chaps Charcoal Restaurant 5801 Pulaski Highway, (410) 483-2379, chapspitbeef.com, $$ It's right by the Gold Club, and, um, if that means nothing to you, it's the place that Guy Fieri went to on [3/3/2010]

North

Eat Feature: Atwater's Belvedere Square Market 529 E. Belvedere Ave., (410) 323-2396; 1425 Clarkview Road, Suite 300, (410) 821-6021; 798 Kenilworth Dr., Towson, (410) 938-8775; atwaters.biz, $$ If Campbell [3/3/2010]

Northwest

Eat Feature: Dogwood Restaurant 911 W. 36th St., (410)889-0952, dogwoodbaltimore.com, $$$$ Dogwood's reopening in December 2009 ushered in a new menu (casual fare and more formal entrées), an oyster ba [3/3/2010]

Midtown

Eat Feature: Ambassador Dining Room 3811 Canterbury Road, (410) 366-1484, ambassadordining.com, $$$-$$$$ Summer or winter, the Ambassador is one of Baltimore's most romantic dining spots. During cold months [3/3/2010]

Southwest

Eat Feature: Baltimore Pho 1114-1116 Hollins St., (410) 752-4746, baltimorepho.com, $$$ Baltimore Pho was one of Baltimore's first serious Vietnamese restaurants, and still boasts the broadest menu and most [3/3/2010]

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