Friday, August 17, 2007

Peter's Inn


Peter's Inn
504 S. Ann St.
Fells Point, Baltimore
410-675-7313
New American/Eclectic
www.petersinn.com
Cost: $$$
Reservations: Not Accepted
Date of meal: Wednesday July 18, 2007
National Price-Quality Frontier: On It
Baltimore Price-Quality Frontier: Extends It


Peter's Inn is perhaps my favorite spot to eat in Baltimore. It looks like a biker or dive bar, but the dishes are creative, well-prepared, and delicious. It reminded me of Deluxe in Boston, but with more inventive food. The atmosphere is funky and interesting; walls are covered with random stuff that doesn't quite go together and isn't supposed to. On Wednesdays, they had a few outstanding half-price wines (regularly $30-$40/bottle) that were available by the glass or bottle. I had a lamb dish that was amazing. A friend we brought raved about the cheddar grits. We had an amazing chocolate mousse. Prices (entrees <$20) struck me as quite low given the food quality. Of course, they were probably high if one pays for fancy ambiance. Service was good. We walked right in without a problem, but it was 6pm Wednesday; it is easy to imagine the place being packed on Saturday at 8pm. I could come up with negative things to say about the place (plates were way to big for the tables), but mostly this is just looking for things to pick at. I thought Peter's Inn was really special. If you aren't stuffy and like interesting places to eat that serve good food, it is tough to beat.

3 comments:

Robby said...

Love this place. Great joint to bring a out-of-town guest to get the vibe of Fells Point.

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