2010 Clipper Park Road, Suite 126
Baltimore, MD 21211
One perk that Woodberry Kitchen offers to patrons is its organic meats. It also buys its vegetables and fruits from local area farms. The dishes on the menu that focus on being regional will be healthy, organic and sustainable.Try either the pork chops with English peas, scallions and homemade gravy or the Chesapeake oysters.
One World Cafe
100 W. University Parkway
Baltimore, MD 21210
One World Café, located next to John Hopkins University, has a rustic feel that offers an environmentally and socially-conscious menu and atmosphere. The menu offers all-day breakfast and lunch dishes. You can find items that are organic and vegan, all made with local ingredients. Try one of the breakfast burritos, salads or omelets.
1626 Aliceanna St.
Baltimore, MD 21231
Located in downtown Baltimore, only two blocks from the harbor, Liquid Earth brings patrons original and organic dishes. One dish to try is the specialty Earthburger with organic rice, soy and herbs, organic tofu, onions and provolone cheese on fresh-baked Italian bread. If you want something from a different cuisine, try the Liquid Earth seaweed salad.
The Flying Avocado
10210 S. Dolfield Road
Owings Mills, MD 21117
The family restaurant, The Flying Avocado, is known for its organic breakfast dishes prepared with locally farmed and free-range eggs. You will also find gourmet sandwiches, wraps, organic salads, coffee, tea and desserts. Try the blackened chicken and brie with free-range chicken, brie, honey, apple and organic field greens on ciabatta for lunch. Or if you’re in the mood for breakfast, try the waffles with organic maple syrup.
3721 Boston St.
Baltimore, MD 21224
The Farmstead Grill in the Canton-Highlandtown neighborhood offers organic and locally sourced modern American cuisine. The chef offers dishes that are farm-to-table. For lunch, go with the grilled trout on Farmstead salad with sweet corn heirloom tomato salsa and basil spinach coulis. If visiting for dinner, order the six grain risotto with leeks, greens, Parmesan and a pan fried local egg.
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