No Way Jose CafeNo Way Jose Cafe, 1041-43 Marshall St...

DINING OUT/THE CRITICS' REPORT

May 23, 1992|By ELIZABETH LARGE | ELIZABETH LARGE,Staff Writer Scarlett Cove Cafe Scarlett Cove Cafe, President and Pratt streets, (410) 783-8760. RTC Our meal wasn't as wonderful as it should have been for the money. None of it was bad, just indifferent. Order carefully, though, and you should have a pretty good dinner; I recommend shrimp in garlic sauce, the huge veal chop and the chocolate mousse roll for dessert. $$$ -- expensive. (Last reviewed 5/92.) MARY MAUSHARDStaff Writer Ralphie's Diner Staff Writer

No Way Jose Cafe

No Way Jose Cafe, 1041-43 Marshall St., (410) 752-2837. If you like inventive food, there's plenty to love, from the guacamole salad in radicchio leaves to the mesquite grilled tuna on a tomato and leek concasse. This is already the hot spot to be, so plan to wait patiently and have another margarita. $$ -- moderate. (Last visited 5/92.) Ralphie's Diner, 9690 Deereco Road, Timonium, (410) 252-3990. Ralphie's can be many things to many people. It calls itself a diner. But there's enough dark wood paneling to build a fern bar. It makes excellent milk shakes. But the martinis are just as good. You can begin with gravy-covered french fries or scampi. Then move on to meatloaf or linguini primavera. It's a good place to take children, too. The food is flavorful. Some of it, such as the Caesar salad with grilled chicken ($7.95), is innovative. $$ -- reasonable. (Last visited 4/92).

ELIZABETH LARGE

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