Frazier's Restaurant and Taproom,Frazier's Restaurant and...


April 11, 1992|By MARY MAUSHARD | MARY MAUSHARD,Staff Writer Foster's Oyster Bar, Restaurant and Market, Staff Writer Light Street Pavilion Food Stalls, Staff Writer

Frazier's Restaurant and Taproom,

Frazier's Restaurant and Taproom, 857 W. 33rd St., (410) 889-1143. This longtime Hampden "restaurant and taproom," tucked into the basement of a corner rowhouse, is a good place for a burger and a beer or for a nicely prepared homey sort of meal. With 10 tables, a bar, a couple of video games and a compact-disc juke box, Frazier's is for those who like it cozy. Claustrophobics should go elsewhere. The regular menu offers pizza, pasta, side dishes and sandwiches, as well as a dozen full-course meals and economical daily specials. The fried eggplant was outstanding -- crunchy on the outside but tender and mellow inside. Definitely worth the trip. $$ -- moderate (Last visited 3/92). Foster's Oyster Bar, Restaurant and Market, 606 S. Broadway, (410) 558-3600. Here you can have what may be the best fried oysters in town in a dining room loaded with Fells Point atmosphere. But the rest of our meal had its ups and downs. Still, Foster's has the potential of being a super seafood restaurant if it gets its act together. The fish ought to be fresh: They can get it at their very own seafood market next door. $$ -- moderate. (Last reviewed 4/92.)

ELIZABETH LARGE Light Street Pavilion Food Stalls, Harborplace, Inner Harbor. In honor of Opening Day, I took a look at the quick-hit places to eat at Harborplace, just a few minutes away from the new ballpark. Best bets: a hamburger and milkshake made the way they used to make them from Johnny Rockets, the Middle Eastern salad sampler from Pik-a-Pita, almost any Philippine dish from S. R. Florendo, a grape leaves salad from the Acropolis and for dessert -- no question -- a "custom blend" frozen yogurt, preferably blackberry-raspberry, from Yogen Fruz. $ -- inexpensive. (Last reviewed 4/92.)


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