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EAT: City Paper's annual dining guide

Mel Guapo

Eat Special Issue 2010

Price Point EAT: City Paper's annual dining guide

Central Attman's Delicatessen 1019 E. Lombard St., (410) 563-2666,, $$ One of the few...

Harbor Area Bagby Pizza Co. 1006 Fleet St., (410) 605-0444,, $$$ Crispy, thin-crust pizza ...

South Abbey Burger Bistro 1041 Marshall St., (443) 453-9698,, $$-$$$ We're gl...

Southeast Alexander's Tavern 710 S. Broadway, (410) 522-0000,, $$$ We first heard a...

East and Northeast Chaps Charcoal Restaurant 5801 Pulaski Highway, (410) 483-2379,, $$ It's rig...

North Atwater's Belvedere Square Market 529 E. Belvedere Ave., (410) 323-2396; 1425 Clarkview Road, Su...

Northwest Dogwood Restaurant 911 W. 36th St., (410)889-0952,, $$$$ Dogwood's reope...

Midtown Ambassador Dining Room 3811 Canterbury Road, (410) 366-1484,, $$$-$$$$ S...

Southwest Baltimore Pho 1114-1116 Hollins St., (410) 752-4746,, $$$ Baltimore Pho was ...

Outside the City Andy Nelson's BBQ 11007 York Road, Cockeysville, (410) 527-1226,, $$ It's ...

Eat 2010

Eat The Decade In honor of our 2010 EAT dining guide, tucked inside this issue all glossy and stuffed with restaura...

Posted 3/3/2010

It's been a rough year for restaurants. Some well-loved places closed their doors--Bicycle, Brass Elephant, Ixia, Miss Irene's, Bulkoki Corner. It's been a rough year for many restaurant goers, as well. Washington can tell us we're in a recovery all they want, but until that starts equaling money in our pockets we're going to be eating at home more and choosing our nights out very carefully. On the upside, some great new places have opened--Sam's Kid, B&O American Brasserie, Mekong Delta Café, Bagby Pizza Co., Blue Hill Tavern, the list goes on and on. And once again, we're providing you a guide to more than 100 restaurants in the Baltimore area to help you make those difficult dining decisions.

In fact, we expanded our rating system to provide more detailed pricing information:

$ = entrées under $5
$$ = entrées $5-$10
$$$ = entrées $10-$15
$$$$ = entrées $15-$25
$$$$$ = entrées $25 and up.

The restaurants are organized by area to make it easier to find things that are convenient to you.

We leave you with this final thought: These days dining out isn't decadent, it's doing your part to help the local economy. At least that's what we like to tell ourselves.

EAT 2010 was written by Andrea Appleton, Erica Bauman, Emma Brodie, Michael Byrne, Anna Ditkoff, Edward Ericson Jr., Lee Gardner, Michelle Gienow, Tim Hill, Henry Hong, Bret McCabe, Van Smith, Erin Sullivan, Wendy Ward, Mary K. Zajac, and Phyllis Zhu. All the facts fit to eat were checked by interns Phoebe Bright, Emma Brodie, Hsia-Ting Chang, Chaus Davids, Glennis Markison, Nate Oak, Akif Saifi, and Phyllis Zhu. Art direction by Joe MacLeod. Photos by Frank Klein, Christopher Myers, Rarah, and Jefferson Jackson Steele. Cover photo by Frank Hamilton.

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