Wednesday, February 06, 2008

Take me here.

So while internet-skipping, trying to recollect the name of the restaurant that served such yummy Ethiopian food in Baltimore way back at AWP (what year was that?), I ended up at the website for Typecast Press.

Wiping away the drool.




5 comments:

RJGibson said...

Were you thinking of Dukem? It's on Maryland Ave, near the Symphony, not far from my boyfriend's.

Ron Mohring said...

RJ, I wish I could remember. I really miss some of the benefits of urban living lately: ethnic dishes top the list.

RJGibson said...

Ron--I've not been there yet, but Brian has and says the food is quite good. If you're ever down in Baltimore, give it a try. Also there's the Helmund, an Afghani Restaurant down on Charles St, a few blocks from the Belvedere Hotel. Excellent food.

Douglas Basford said...

Five Seasons, the other downtown Ethiopian joint, used to be easy walking distance from where the 2003 (yeesh!) AWP convention took place--a smallish restaurant space on Charles Street, just across the street from the ghastly Verizon monolith. Maybe that's the one you remember. It moved a while back to a shopping center on Guilford Ave.
I second the Helmand--was there last night...
Cheers,
Doug

Rachel said...

There used to be one called Blue Nile that was really good... mid 1990s, also on Charles Street... but maybe it's gone now.