Sajhoma

Sajhoma My final meal in Baltimore took us to Sajhoma, a Dominican restaurant on Fleet Street. This is the food culture from which Emely draws her roots so aside from expert knowledge of the dishes, we weren’t reliant on the flawless elegance of my Spanish for conversing with the owners and staff in their mother …

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Of Love & Regret Sometimes choosing a restaurant by its name can be a fool’s errand but when Of Love & Regret was on Emely’s shortlist of places where we might find a top notch Baltimore brunch, I was confident that it would have good food to back up its splendid name. On weekends they …

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Rye Street Tavern The main reason for my stop in Baltimore was to spend time with friend of friend – and now simply friend – Emely whom I was assured was an excellent guide to the culinary delights of the city. Emely is a chef at the Rye Street Tavern so I was keen to …

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Pavilion

Pavilion I’d had a good late snooze after far too much good clean air in Pennsylvania, so after a little gander at Edgar Allan Poe’s tomb I headed to historic Lexington Market for something I knew not what.Having been trading since the 1782, the market now blends traditional butcher, fishmonger and other local produce counters …

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Sotto Sopra Baltimore! I’d had a few days on my friend Lauren’s farm in Pennsylvania eating excellent steak, communing with odorous goats, and generally being looked after in fine style. Lauren safely delivered me to Baltimore and after a little walk around their harbour Christmas market during which time we ate a decent savoury crepe, …

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