Quirky SoBo Cafe has plentiful food at bargain prices

Restaurant Review

September 23, 2007|By Elizabeth Large | Elizabeth Large,Sun restaurant critic

It's hard to believe that South Baltimore's SoBo Cafe has been open for 10 years now, and I had never eaten there until this month. South Baltimore has changed tremendously in the last decade. The SoBo Cafe, not so much.

Looking back at our LIVE review at the time, I see that when this funky favorite first opened, the walls were a sunny yellow and nothing on the chalkboard menu cost more than $10. The walls are now the color of tomato bisque, with one dark blue one, but they are still hung with bright artwork. The menu tops out at what now seems like a bargain: $21 for a crab cake platter or a strip steak with a Gorgonzola, bacon and sour cream sauce.

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