The dine around town continues!
Shoofly Diner – 510 East Belvedere Avenue, Belvedere Square – A delicious location with a newly touted rating as one of “100 Best Bars in the South” per Southern Living magazine. We traded the bar scene for the breakfast table and feasted on beignets, chicken & waffles and general awesomeness.
Nordstrom Café – 700 Fairmount Avenue, Towson Town Center – If you’re tired of (or turned off by) food court cuisine, this cafe tucked into the Nordstrom store is fantastic. Arguably some of the best hummus I’ve ever had in my life, and even when the presentation is in a to go box, it’s still impressive.
Cunningham’s – 1 Olympic Place – One of the Bagby Group restaurants nestled into the very heart of Towson, just beyond the circle. Their happy hour specials are truly phenomenal: priced right ($2 – $6 appetizers), delicious (brown butter popcorn) and paired with wine, beer or a well-made cocktail (also $2 – $6). With a beautiful terrace outside and a stunning full restaurant indoors .. and complimentary valet parking in the garage .. this place is perfect. Happy hour is Monday – Friday from 5 to 7 p.m.
Although not in Towson proper, I really must give this restaurant it’s due after we had a spectacular Restaurant Week experience in February:
The Prime Rib – 1101 N. Calvert Street, Baltimore – ranked as one of the most romantic restaurants in town, the girls and I took the opportunity to dress to the nines and enjoy an evening out. I’m happy to say that my leopard print pumps matched the carpet! The decor is dark and moody and classy and several decades old, which only adds to your tux-clad waiters, live piano music and the absolutely tremendous steak served to your liking.