Catonsville Gourmet: Busy, and rightly so

Restaurant Review

May 25, 2008|By Elizabeth Large | Elizabeth Large,Sun restaurant critic

Food *** (3 stars)

Service *** (3 stars)

Atmosphere *** (3 stars)

Every once in a while, a new restaurant hits the jackpot. It's the right kind of food in the right kind of location with the right kind of atmosphere. There is hardly any competition. And people are knocking down the doors to get in. No matter how much research you do as a prospective restaurant owner, it must come as a surprise when your place is an overnight success.

That's the kind of response Woodberry Kitchen in Woodberry/Hampden had from the moment it opened, and that's what seems to be happening with Catonsville Gourmet Market & Fine Foods in Catonsville. It's not as innovative as Woodberry, but then few restaurants are. It's simply a very nice place to have a good meal -- as if that's ever simple.

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