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A real find in Reisterstown - A moment in time


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A real find in Reisterstown - A moment in time

Stephen Etzine | Jun 11, 2005 01:06 PM

Just happened across a tiny restaurant (serves 13 people) in Reisterstown and as you'd imagine, the food served at that scale is
excellent. From freshly brewed apricot ice tea to pastries created
by Patisserie Poupon. The menu is classic American. I had a shrimp salad sandwich. My wife had a crab salad. The menu is tiny and everything looks great. My food was superb.
The proprietor has no intention of expanding. She keeps it small and intimate because she enjoys socializing with the customers.
I think it's closed one day a week and last orders are at 6:45 pm
Breakfast. Lunch Dinner

The name - A moment in time.

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