French cafe in Annapolis

TABLE TALK

August 19, 1994|By Elizabeth Large

Annapolis has a new French-inspired restaurant, Cafe la Mouffe, at 909 Bay Ridge Ave., (410) 263-2233. The cafe is in a handsome old house; its garage has become the bakery, which turns out bread, croissants and focaccia from an authentic French oven. Everything is made on the premises with all fresh ingredients, promises owner Joyce Gomoljak. Entrees range from $7 for half a chicken and salad to $12 for salmon with mango chutney and sweet potatoes.

* Citronelle in the Latham Hotel will be open for Sunday brunch beginning Sept. 25. While the price for the prix fixe meal hasn't been finalized yet, it should be around $20. Besides traditional brunch fare, the menu will include some signature dishes like crispy crab cakes and smoked salmon terrine. Starting Sept. 11, Citronelle will reopen for Sunday dinner.

* Shoobie do-wah: The deli in the Rotunda on 40th Street has turned into the Charm City Diner, with red booths and a bright mural in what was the hallway, '50s rock 'n' roll and traditional tTC diner food.

* Goodbye to the Cafe Normandie in the Normandy Shopping Center, Ellicott City, which closed late last spring. Hello to Kelsey's, a new Irish pub with a complete dinner menu, which should open in the same spot by the end of September.

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