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GoodEats: Quirkily cool in uptown Towson

5 March 2014 By Taylor Seidel, Columnist No Comments

Among the list of GoodEats, comes the quaint bistro tucked away in uptown Towson.

Bread and Circuses Bistro is located off of Delaware Avenue easily accessible from York Road.  Known for its contemporary American cuisine and 1920s-esque décor, this is a restaurant to definitely try.

This quirkily designed restaurant has a full-service bar accompanied by a slender table-filled dining room.  Each table is placed close together with white tablecloths and a candle to light the dim dining room.  Plastered on the walls are modern and historic paintings highlighting Baltimore, illuminated by the array of Christmas lights dangling from the ceiling.

The menu is extensive and constantly changes throughout the day.  Bread and Circuses offers three different menus for brunch, lunch and dinner. In addition, to the regular menu be sure to check out the daily specials whipped up daily by the head chef.

I highly recommend one of the salads, all made with fresh ingredients and topped with your choice of protein.

Any of the sandwiches are beautifully crafted and create a perfect balance for you to indulge in.  Ultimately, whatever your fancy, you are more than likely going to love your choice.

The décor, food and extremely pleasant staff make up a recipe for success.  Bread and Circuses was definitely a GoodEat.


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