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Stuff It

City Paper’s Annual Guide to Filling Your Face

Sam Holden

Eat Special Issue 2005

Stuff It City Paper’s Annual Guide to Filling Your Face

Get Stuffed The Restaurants A-Z

Restaurants With Live Music or DJs Where That's a Good Thing We thought about making a category for places not to go with live music or DJs. So many restaurants ... | By Richard Gorelick

Restaurants to Go to On a Date When You're Hoping It'll End in Drunken Groping There are a handful of restaurants which understand that the key to a good date is to not give your ... | By Rebecca Alvania

Restaurants to Hit When Someone Else Is Picking Up the Tab Baltimore has a ton of affordable dining options, but sometimes we all want a totally pampering culi... | By Anna Ditkoff

Restaurants to Take Out-of-Towners to When They Start Screaming for Crab No matter how much you try to avoid it, sooner or later the inevitable is going to happen. You will ... | By Rebecca Alvania

Restaurants Where You Can Check Your E-mail While You Eat When the city announced in 2003 that the Inner Harbor was going wireless, there was an awful lot of ... | By Rebecca Alvania

Places to Get a Slice of Pizza If you're like us, sometimes you're plowing through your daily 483 things to do when you realize tha... | By Bret McCabe

Restaurants Where You Can Grab Food for a Sofa Picnic Ever hungry for restaurant-quality food but just don't frigging feel like sitting in a restaurant to... | By Michelle Gienow

Restaurants to B-More Meatless Despite the much-lamented passing of the Pimlico vegan soul food express Hook-Up Rastarant, Baltimor... | By Eric Allen Hatch

Restaurant Women's Rooms Reviews as Told to Me by My Girlfriend I'm in love with a woman for whom the term “high maintenance” barely approximates how demanding she ... | By Bret McCabe

Restaurants With Creamy Dips You Can Order at the Bar Sometimes you don't want a meal, but you want more than a snack. Sometimes you feel like getting out... | By Bret McCabe

Restaurants He'll Take You to Before He Stops Taking You to Restaurants The beginning of a relationship is a restaurant wonderland. It seems like every night you're going t... | By Anna Ditkoff

Restaurants Where You Don't Have to Finish Your Meal to Get Dessert The continuing absence from our culinary landscape of a top-flight dessert restaurant is mystifying.... | By Richard Gorelick

Eat 2005

Posted 3/2/2005

Picking a restaurant can be tricky. There are just so many variables. What kind of food are you in the mood for? What dietary restrictions do you have to keep in mind? Do you want to dress up for a culinary event or schlep out in your sweatpants for sustenance? Fork or finger food? Whatever you’re yearning for, Baltimore, despite its sometimes lackluster culinary reputation, has a ton of eating options to choose from.

So this year we decided to eschew our usual cutesy themes and odd groupings for a straightforward alphabetical listing of nearly 200 area restaurants. Peppered throughout these pages we’ve also included some suggestions based on our particular culinary yens and curiosities—from vegetarian cafés and places where you can surf the ’net while eating to restaurants where you can listen to live music without getting indigestion.

Rebecca Alvania, Tom Breihan, Blake de Pastino, Gadi Dechter, Auriane de Rudder, Anna Ditkoff, Edward Ericson Jr., Sarah Estes, Lee Gardner, Michelle Gienow, Richard Gorelick, Eric Allen Hatch, Tim Hill, Bret McCabe, Christina Royster-Hemby, Christopher Skokna, Erin Sullivan, and Wendy Ward provided their gastronomic wisdom for Eat 2005. Laurence Bass, Gina Callahan, Auriane de Rudder, Sarah Estes, Ruth Reader, Peter Ryan, Dana Sambuco, and Jennifer Seiden checked the facts. Photos by Sam Holden grace the cover and the page you’re reading right now, Christopher Myers took the restaurant photos throughout, and Emily Flake did the li’l illustrations for our lists of suggestions. Special thanks to Summer Patton and the Z-man.

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