September is National Friendship Month, so why not celebrate your bond with your buddies and head out to a Baltimore restaurant to spend time together and enjoy a delicious meal? And while you're at it, ask each person in your group to invite a new friend so you can meet potential new pals during your get-together.
Our real estate agents suggest meeting your friends for dinner at some of the following restaurants around Baltimore:
- Petit Louis Bistro - 4800 Roland Ave., Baltimore, MD 21210
When you think of a French restaurant, stuffy and formal are two words that probably come to mind. That's the opposite of what you'll find at Petit Louis Bistro, which lives up to its "It's Fun! It's French!" slogan. The Roland Park restaurant has served classic, well-executed French dishes that are authentic but not intimidating for over 20 years. Bring your besties to enjoy dinner and follow it up with wine paired with delicious desserts.
- Birroteca - 1520 Clipper Rd., Baltimore, MD 21211
Birroteca is a great place to share dinner with friends - literally - by splitting one or more appetizers and ordering one or more artisan pizzas for the table. Start your meal with charcuterie, crispy pork belly, burrata cheese bruschetta, or one of the restaurant's other appealing entrees. Then order your own entree like wild mushroom risotto or seared salmon, or try splitting a pizza like Duck Duck Goose, which comes with duck confit, fig-onion jam, fontina asiago, balsamic, and duck egg. A large selection of craft beer and wine is also available to have with your meal.
- Wicked Sisters - 3845 Falls Rd., Baltimore, MD 21211
Gather your friends for a fun dinner and "wicked good" food and drinks at Wicked Sisters, which has over 20 beer taps as well as TVs and a game room. The restaurant has two bars as well as a quiet dining setting and a more social one. Order American fare such as wings or crab dip appetizers and then dig into entrees like crab cakes or the McCabe Burger, which is made with a signature chuck, brisket, and short rib burger blend.
- La Cuchara - 3600 Clipper Mill Rd., Baltimore, MD 21211
La Cuchara is influenced by the food and culture of the Basque region of northern Spain and southern France. It emphasizes fresh, high-quality ingredients, so the restaurant's menu is reprinted daily to reflect the change in dishes that occurs to ensure that these ingredients are used. It also allows you and your friends to have a different dining experience each time you visit. Try tapas such as crispy yellow squash and an entree like Summer Vegetables Paella or Royal Sea Bass.
- Namaste Baltimore - 413 W. Cold Spring Lane, Baltimore, MD 21210
Whether you're a fan of Indian food already or are looking for a different type of cuisine to try, Namaste Baltimore should be on your list of restaurants to visit with friends. Start your meal with lassi, a traditional Indian drink that's prepared with yogurt, and then move onto an appetizer, salad, or soup such as Mulligatawny, which is prepared with vegetable broth, lentils, and special Indian spices. Entree options include lamb, chicken, or seafood that's grilled in a traditional Indian clay oven, along with vegetarian options. Complete your meal with a rich Indian dessert, and you'll have a meal you and your friends will want to try again in the near future.
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