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Dining Guide

A comprehensive resource guide including our annual Best Restaurants list as well as other great places to eat in the Baltimore area.
GUIDE

Dining Guide

A comprehensive resource guide including our annual Best Restaurants list as well as other great places to eat in the Baltimore area.

Miss Shirley’s Cafe

750 E Pratt St, Baltimore, MD 21202
(410) 528-5373
City/County | Baltimore City
Neighborhood | Inner Harbor
Cuisine | American | Southern

Three locations, including Roland Park, Baltimore's Inner Harbor, and Annapolis. Breakfast and brunch are worth the wait on weekends, where it’s perfectly acceptable to order a basket of sweet potato and russet shoestring fries as an appetizer. The tempting menu also lists favorites including fried green tomatoes, chicken and waffles, shrimp and grits, and coconut cream-stuffed French toast.

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