Tag: Breakfast

Coffee and Breakfast Eatery ‘Ground & Griddle’ to Open in Remington Food Hall Next Fall

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Dave Sherman, chef and owner of Hampden’s Café Cito, will open this fall a coffee and breakfast operation, Ground & Griddled in R. House, a 50,000-square-foot historic automobile showroom and garage in Remington at Remington Ave. and 29th St. R. House is a $12 million food and drink emporium that will serve as a launch pad for 10 chefs and their culinary concepts.

Towson Has the Best Bacon, Egg & Cheese Sandwich–Or Does It?

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Photo via The Gourmand Mom
Photo via The Gourmand Mom

The internet sometimes freaks out about the most inane things. This week, it was bacon, egg, and cheese sandwiches. No, really.

Breakfast With the Animals at the Maryland Zoo

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catch of the day fish (2)When someone mentions that they’ll be down at the watering hole, you don’t generally assume it’s for breakfast. And you don’t generally assume that it’s an actual, literal watering hole. But the folks at the Maryland Zoo are real experts at getting us up close and personal with our fellow animals, and so toward that end they’re inviting you to August’s Breakfast with the Animals—at the zoo’s own African Watering Hole (you know, where the animals get their actual water). Join them early in the morning, before the zoo opens for an exclusive VIP experience dining al fresco face to face with rhinos, ostrich and zebras as they feast on their morning meal themselves. Of course, your menu will be somewhat different than theirs—probably heavier on the French toast and lighter on the shrubbery. But probably that’s best for everyone.

Farmstead Shack Now Open in Canton

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The new fast-casual (and delicious) Farmstead Shack is now open in Canton.

Former Dogwood Cafe Chef Galen Sampson is at the helm here, as well as at the larger (and affordable!) full restaurant, Farmstead Grill. At Farmstead Shack, you can grab ‘n go (or sit awhile) from from 7:30am to dusk. On the menu: breakfast biscuits, house-made dogs and brats, fresh-pressed juices, smoothies, and beer and wine. Soon they will add snowballs, happy hours, lawn parties and more. Did you say LAWN parties? Are they like field parties from high school? Okay, probably not. 

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