Hey guys, I’m going to do something a little different here.
I’ve talked about trivial things on this blog before, but I’ve never really opened up myself before…..
OR HAVE I????
Oh wait, not really.
So, with that being said, I know that I have people that are interested in me and my music outside of where I live in Maryland. With that being said, I want to be able to help you all when you decide to make the trip up here. When making a road trip or visit, it’s crucial to find out where there are good places to eat. And now I’m going to help you all out by naming some of my favorite restaurants in Baltimore!
Mex Tequilla Works
26 Market Place:
This place is my favorite place to go when I’m in the mood for Mexican food! The drink selection is top notch, especially their margaritas, and I haven’t eaten one bad menu item so far. My top recommendation is the loaded nachos, because when they say it’s loaded, they mean it. You might want to share that with someone because you aren’t going to finish that by yourself, trust me….
Lost City Diner
1730 N Charles Street:
If you’re into comics and 50s sci-fi, you’ll definitely love this place! It is full of charm and nostalgia from the moment you first walk in. The menu has a lot of variety, including a wide selection of gluten-free options, so it’s definitely catering to more people than your normal diner. The burgers are great, the milkshakes are really appetizing, and the staff is really nice and always helpful for if you have any questions. So, all-in all, if you love having a good meal while traveling back through time for a bit, I definitely recommend Lost City.
B&O American Brasserie
2 N Charles Street
This is a restaurant that I recently went into for the first time, but by the time I left, I was already hooked. The setting is really fancy and laid back, and the staff is some of the best that I have ever seen in any restaurant. I know this is going to sound a little weird, but I think their flatbread pizzas are actually the best thing on the menu. The presentation is wonderful, and with each selection there is a unique flavor and texture to keep the dish memorable. I still need to try more of their entrees to judge them, but for now, I’m really liking this place and I think its worth checking out!
133 W North Avenue
For those of you who don’t know about Joe Squared, it’s a restaurant that specializes in really creative and original flavors on its coal-fired square pizza.
Don’t believe me? One time I had a pizza with some of my friends, we were surprised to find out that crawdads was a topping choice, so upon trying them on our order, it really added to the texture!
In fact, I’m adding a link so you all can see the topping choices.
Anyway, the food is really satisfying, the environment is laid-back, and you have two different locations to choose from! There’s one in Power Plant Live as well next to Mex, but I prefer the main restaurant location a LITTLE bit more because of the extra space and the live music that plays here!
Thank you all for reading, I definitely recommend checking these places out when you have the chance! The next post from me will be talking about my things that I look for in songwriting and my opinion on how songwriting in general is being handled today.
Until then, board a plane down to Baltimore and chow down for me!