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Monday, March 30, 2009

Sofi's Crepes, Baltimore City

(Taken from Wikipedia)

I was SO excited to find out they opened a second Sofi's Crepes location in the Women's Industrial Exchange building (along with my other favorite, Dogwood Deli). It's always a welcome change when I can eat something other than a sandwich for lunch. Sofi's Crepes are a great homage to the perfect Parisian Crepe, and trust me, Dan and I ate a ton of these when we were there. They make the crepes to order, so they don't pull out pre-made crepes and then heat them up with the toppings- very important to me! They also have a large list of savory and sweet crepes, so I am very eager to try each and every one. But I must warn you- if you are like me and your eyes are bigger than your stomach, I am telling you right now that there is no possible way you can eat both a savory and a sweet crepe in one sitting. Trust me. I tried.

I ordered the Crepe Florentine for $8. This included fresh spinach, mushrooms, gruyere cheese, sunflower seeds and a Cilantro Parmesan sauce. To be honest, I don't remember tasting any sauce, since the cheese is so strong in flavor, but the whole crepe was incredible. It's a great sort of comfort food choice. I also purchase the $5 Nutty Banana that comes with nutella and bananas. Oh I was so sad I couldn't eat this immediately. It felt all warm and gooey, but alas I had to save it for the next day and unfortunately it wasn't as delicious as right off the grill.

Overall, I am delighted with Sofi's Crepes. I would love to go back again and again and try all their selections!

Sofi's Crepes
333 N. Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21201

1723 North Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21201-5801

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Mr Souvlaki, Cockeysville

OK I know this is totally random. I mean, this is the hot dog cart outside of Home Depot. But I need to review this place because I’ve gone there about 4 times in the past three weeks! This place is DELICIOUS AND CHEAP. If you’re like me and have to go to Home Depot at least twice a day to pick up home supplies, then this is the best place to stop for a quick bite. I’ve had their all-beef hot dog before which is great (and around $2.50 I think), but now my favorite is their Gyro. This takes a little longer for them to prepare, but for $4.75, it’s worth it. The tzatziki sauce is tangy and cucumber-y and the meat is grilled to perfection. Oh I love stopping by there for a quick bite!

Mr. Souvlaki
(Outside of Home Depot)
125 Industry Lane, Cockeysville MD 21030


I have been very negligent! Dan and I have just purchased our first home, and most of my time has been dedicated to that. I HAVE been eating out a lot- so I will try and include as many entries as I can from memory! Luckily, I am not known for details in my reviews, just "yums" and "gross," so this will be very easy for me to do!
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