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Breakfast is the name of the game at this small but lively Fells Point eatery. They've got all the standards: French toast, pancakes and a wide variety of eggs, but the specialties are what really shine. Take the Crab Benedict, for instance, or the delicious Crab Crepe. During the week, the plain but tastefully decorated room is open during the typical breakfast and brunch hours. But from Friday through Sunday it's open all night long, and jammed with gadabouts topping off a late night with a hearty breakfast.
Hull Street Blues Cafe, in South Baltimore's Locust Point, began as a saloon in 1889. Today, it's an elegant cafe with an attached bar. The eclectic menu focuses on seafood from Shrimp Scampi to Steamed Mussels, though other gourmet dishes are also offered. Try the savory Filet Mignon or Crab Cake Sandwich. The proprietors, Kathy and Dan Macatee, take special pride in their Sunday brunch—a smorgasbord packed with tasty treats.
Located just a little away from Inner Harbor lies this charming bakery that serves delicious baked treats. It was created in memory of the fabulous cook, Miss Shirley, who was famous for her culinary expertise. How about starting the day with Starbucks coffee, coconut cream-stuffed French toast and German apple pancakes? Hmm...sounds tempting! The café serves delicious breakfast and a satisfying choice of salads, soups and sandwiches for lunch. And guess what? The breakfast and lunch menus are available the whole day through!