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Farm-to-table cuisine with country roots and urban flair.
Openings: Dinner Tues.-Sat., Brunch Sat.-Sun.


Maggie's Farm, Baltimore, MD

Maggie's Farm Restaurant Review:

Maggie’s Farm is named for a Bob Dylan song that describes a notoriously bad place to work. However, we would suspect that this “farm” is a particularly pleasant place to work. And we can confirm that it’s a delightful place to eat. Formerly known as The Chameleon, Maggie’s Farm has something of the same vibe as its predecessor: fancy-leaning food served in casual, laid-back surroundings. It also offers seasonal fare, and in the farm-to-table tradition prides itself on buying locally. Ownership has changed, as has the chef; both continue the commitment to supporting local farms. Appetizers kick off the meal with crispy Brussels sprouts with guanciale and grapes or the fried oyster bun. Entrées tempt with leg of lamb or skate wine with Swiss chard, grilled corn and faro. Desserts are seasonal as well, and drinks include a bevy of American regional microbrews and creative cocktails.

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