Miss Shirley’s Cafe

Happy New Year?  Well, fans of The Baltimore Food Chronicle I’m sorry I’m late to the game this year!  By the end of last year, I had had enough of my computer’s sluggish performance so I saved everything on TWO externally powered 1TB hard drives and went about trying to reboot my computer.  The reboot went OK but when it came down to restoring my programs and files, BOTH drives failed!  In a panic, I remembered that I had been using Backblaze as my online backup service and although they charged a fee to restore everything (and send it on a 2TB external flash hard drive) I finally got everything restored!  Except for some of my programs!  So just today I reinstalled Photoshop so I could watermark my pictures (since there are a lot of picture thiefs), and although it won’t stop any determined plagiarizer I know that at least my pictures are marked.

So with that being said welcome back (to me)!  Last year it was my unspoken/unwritten goal to taste and photograph some of Baltimore’s iconic institutions.  And although I fell far from my mark of trying to visit many of them, I definitely had some great experiences.  So here are some pictures from when my family and I went to Miss Shirley’s Cafe.  Although we had been to the location downtown at the Inner Harbor, this is the original location in Roland Park.  As expected the food was incredible, and our service was great!

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Or course we had to try Miss Shirley’s specialties!

Crab Cake and Fried Green Tomatoes Eggs Benedict!
Crab Cake and Fried Green Tomatoes Eggs Benedict!

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Chicken N' Waffles
Chicken N’ Waffles
Maryland Omelette with Jumbo Lump Crab Meat
Maryland Omelette with Jumbo Lump Crab Meat
Funky Monkey Bread
Funky Monkey Bread

For an iconic Baltimore breakfast experience, Miss Shirley’s doesn’t disappoint!

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