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Sunday dinner in Baltimore

KWynn | Oct 14, 2007 01:55 PM

While we live in DC we don't spend much time in Baltimore, but in a few weeks my parents will be in town for a conference and we'll spend Sunday afternoon and evening with them.
Please provide suggestions for a fun moderately priced dinner for my husband, my parents, and I. One suggestion my father received from his office manager was Tio Pepe, but the menu doesn't look incredibly appealing to me. I'd be up for it if people have rave reviews, but I haven't really had much Spanish food.
We aren't picky with cuisine, and have been to Little Italy the few times we've been to Baltimore and enjoyed it (although I can't remember the name of the place we've returned to each time--it's a bistro-y type of place which is known for their foccacia bread served with shrimp on top in a cream sauce...any help you can provide on the name of this place in particular would be appreciated as well!). We also liked Vaccaro's for their cannolis.
Places I'd compare to in DC (as far as price and types of food we and my folks like) include Tosca, Zengo, Poste, Ten Penh, or DC Coast.
Thanks for your help.

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