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Where to Sup on Sat.-Balto. area

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Where to Sup on Sat.-Balto. area

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FoiGras | | Oct 1, 2008 02:40 PM

Am perusing various website menus in an attempt to make a decision as to where to have dinner this coming weekend. I want to try someplace that Hubby and I have yet to visit. We've gotten into a pattern of Oregon Grille, Flemings, Blue Sea Grill, Ruths' Chris, Tabrizzi's, Snyder's, Rib 'n Reef, etc. All quite excellent, but I want to expand our dining rotation a bit.

You Chowhounds are exclaiming over The Chameleon Cafe (the menu looks interesting, but a bit limited. Do they have nightly specials which would create more options?). Brasserie Tatin look quite good. Haven't been to The Brass Elephant in about 5 years. It seems as though the cuisine leans towards northern Italian, versus the Continental menu that I seem to remember.

Am curious about Jack's Bistro, Bicycle, Salt, etc. But want to save those for a week night as I don't think we would like the noise and crowds on a weekend, albeit we do tend to dine rather early, i.e., 6 p.m.

Guess I've narrowed it down to The Chameleon Cafe, Brass Elephant, Brasserie Tatin or, perhaps, Cafe de Paris in Columbia.

Want to hear what all of you think from that selection. Am saving Charleston for later in the month for a birthday celebration. Oh, what about Cynthia's in Glen Burnie or Aqua Terra in Annapolis? Okay-sorry to be "dancing" here. Just would like some input. Thanks, FoiGras

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