Through next Tuesday, a group of industrious culinary students from Baltimore’s Mergenthaler Vocational Technical High School will be running their own burger joint in Remington. It’s called Noisy Burger, and the food is delicious.
In a couple years of being open, Clark Burger has quickly emerged as one of Baltimore’s prime burger spots. Plus, it’s right by the Senator Theatre, making it an easy call for pre-movie eats. Soon, a second location will be a stop on the way to Fells Point, as well.
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Mt. Washington Tavern Burgers
Creekstone Farms Aged Black Angus Burger
Kansas raised, exceptionally tender, grass fed aged beef, side of tavern fries.
Fresh Ground Turkey Burger
Extra lean turkey ground with red and green bell peppers, grilled roll, cranberry mustard, lettuce, tomato. Side of sweet potato fries.
(Served on Grilled Brioche Bun, with Lettuce, Tomato, Fries* and Pickle Spear, Topped with Choice of Vermont Cheddar, Monterey Jack, or Melted Bleu (add $2), Apple Wood Smoked Bacon $2, Sauteed Mushrooms $1.50, Caramelized Onions $1 * Veggie Burger Served with a Side of Tri-Color Tortilla Chips and Salsa.
Courtesy Bmore Media – Baltimore’s Mount Vernon neighborhood boasts world cuisine ranging from Spanish to Thai, Indian to Italian. But diners craving a good deli sandwich have just a few options.
Opening in early July, the new Tavern on the Hill restaurant at 900 Cathedral St. will feature burgers, salads and classic deli fare like corned beef and brisket. The restaurant will be on the ground floor of the 58-unit Cathedral Court apartment building.
Courtesy Bmore Media – Baltimore Burger Bar, a restaurant specializing in farm-to-table ‘foodie’ burgers, plans to relocate from its present location on the Avenue in Hampden to another spot on the same street with a larger kitchen.
Store Owner Anisha Jagtap says she is spending $50,000 on the move and renovation and hopes to open the new location by the end of September.
The new space is currently zoned as retail space and Jagtap will go before the city’s zoning board Aug. 21 for approval.
Currently housed in a two-story, 1,400-square-foot space at 830 W. 36th St., Baltimore Burger Bar will relocate to 840 W. 36th St. to a 1,200-square-foot space.
Jagtap also plans to construct a 166-square-foot addition as well as provide outdoor seating, making the overall space larger and more conducive to table service. The additions and renovations are pending approval and are scheduled to happen along with the restaurant opening this fall.
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