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Veg-Friendly Eating at Inner Harbor

From: Don R.
Sent on: Friday, August 28, 2009 10:34 PM
Eating well in the Inner Harbor area can be a real challenge for a
hungry vegetarian. Between Johnny Rockets, The Hard Rock cafe, and
Fogo De Chao, it can seem like every eatery at the water's edge has a
meat-heavy menu. Herbivores, take heart: the next time you're walking
the waterfront path and feel the need to refuel, head to
oft-overlooked Blu Bambu for some outstanding vegetarian stir-fry.

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