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THIS RESTAURANT HAS CHANGED NAMES Dogwood Cafe

333 N. Charles St. (E. Pleasant St.) Send to Phone
310-962-8560
The iconic Woman’s Industrial Exchange is the home for Dogwood’s inventive, inexpensive casual fare.
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THIS RESTAURANT HAS CHANGED NAMES Dogwood Cafe Restaurant Review

: The Woman’s Industrial Exchange tearoom was long an icon of Baltimore gastronomy, with such ladies’ lunch-y fare as chicken salad and tomato aspic served up by veteran waitresses. That version of the tearoom has been gone for years, but its latest incarnation, Dogwood Café, has something of the original’s shabby-chic charm. The remodeled dining room has plenty of retro touches---the old black-and-white linoleum floor, an antique pastry counter, funky vintage booths---but the food is definitely New School; this chicken salad, for instance, is laced with curried mango yogurt and served on multi-seeded bread. Like its predecessor, Hampden’s Dogwood Deli, the café specializes in soups, salads, sandwiches and homemade pastries; the ingredients are locally sourced and organic whenever possible.

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