Baltimore’s second Milk & Honey location — the first one’s in Mt. Vernon, if you didn’t know — just opened inside the Chesapeake restaurant in Station North across from the Metro Gallery on North Charles Street.
The Milk & Honey Cafe is open for breakfast and lunch, serving a menu you’ll recognize from the Mt. Vernon spot: comfort foods with a local, farm fresh, organic spin.
And yet even with all those prized modifiers, as well as Milk & Honey’s upscale aesthetic, the prices aren’t outrageous; $7 and $8 sandwiches dominate the menu. Basically, if it doesn’t have a French name and it doesn’t come with smoked salmon, you can count on it costing under $10.
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