Kiss Cafe will become more than a coffee bar

TABLE TALK

March 28, 2002|By Elizabeth Large | Elizabeth Large,SUN RESTAURANT CRITIC

The One World Cafe Express in the Can Company has become the Kiss Cafe. Right now, it's still a coffee bar with pastries, wraps, soups and salads. But starting in April, big changes are in store.

The Canton cafe will offer billiards and start serving liquor. It will also be more of a restaurant when new chef Jane Parker comes on board. She'll introduce her tapas menu April 5 and a dinner menu April 15. (Entrees such as chicken, fish and boeuf bourguignon will run from $7 to $14.)

The Kiss Cafe is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner every day.

Los Primos is Latino with a Caribbean accent

Upper Fells Point already has a number of Latino restaurants; now there's a new one. Restaurant Los Primos has arrived at 223 S. Broadway with Caribbean specialties like goat stew and pork with plantains.

It's open every day for lunch and dinner. At this point, Los Primos doesn't accept credit cards, but that may change, says owner Tony Pichardo.

Supper at the Station

Towne Hall in Greenspring Station now has a light-fare menu of appetizers, sandwiches and salads for customers who want supper, not dinner. It's available from 4:30 p.m. on, and ranges in price from $5.95 to $13.95.

Table Talk welcomes interesting tidbits of restaurant news. Please send suggestions to Elizabeth Large, Table Talk, The Sun, 501 N. Calvert St., Baltimore, MD 21278; fax to 410-783-2519; or e-mail to elizabeth.large@baltsun.com.

Elizabeth Large's restaurant reviews appear in Sunday's Home & Family section. This Sunday: The newly renovated Black Olive in Fells Point.

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