Ravens bye week menu: reviews of the post-makeover Cafe Hon and a new Towson Thai joint

January 06, 2012|By Richard Gorelick | The Baltimore Sun

Talk about a bye week. This weekend is a good one for getting good a table at your favorite restaurant while everyone else is still recovering from the holidays and watching puny non-division-winning teams play in the wild card round.

Keep in mind that a  few restaurants have given themselves a vacation.  Jack's Bistro is one of them. The Canton restaurant will open on Thursday, Jan. 12. Charleston is taking a break and will reopen on Jan. 10.

There are things to do this weekend, though. It's going to be a great weekend for going to brunch -- check out our list of 10 great brunch spots for every taste.

In this Friday's Live section, John Houser III has a review of Spice & Dice, a new Thai place in Towson, right across from Gino's Burgers & Chicken. 

Spice & Dice, which bills its fare as "Thai-Asian Fusion" shares its space with Legends, a popular comic books store. It's actually kind of romantic.  Lawan Fuangphon Williams runs Spice & Dice, while her husband, Randy Williams, owns Legends (although just once, couldn't it be the woman who runs in the story who runs the comic book store).

The Sunday review is of Cafe Hon in Hampden. Perhaps you've heard of it. Check out the photo gallery of the remodeled Cafe Hon.

Take a look at other recently reviewed restaurants in the Baltimore Sun, or start planning your strategy for all of those upcoming winter restaurant week promotions.

Other than that, it sure does look like a bye week. Go have a Yandawich.

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