Off to have a Sip & Bite in Canton…

November 11, 2008 at 3:17 pm | Posted in Dessert, Travels | 5 Comments

After our stroll around the JFX Farmer’s Market, Julie, Meg and I headed over to Canton for some delicious fare at Sip & Bite!  At the market, I picked up some cauliflower, fresh herbs, carrots and onions! Meg took some awesome pictures (as usual :-D ) and Julie got some squash, herbs, a huge cauliflower (that weighed nearly 10 lbs I swear!) and lots of other heavy things! ha…

This is my first time to Sip & Bite after seeing it there on that corner for nearly 5 years! I am very glad we stopped in.

Meg and I both chose the challah french toast. Loved it! The bread was so fresh and light and I paired this with a glass of grapefruit juice.  Now you might have noticed that I am a fiend for french toast…well you see it is “french” and its typically a sweet dish… so there we go!

Julie got the meditteranean omelet with lots of fresh veggies and feta cheese (I believe!), which she loves and I can definitely see why!

Sip & Bite is your quintessential Baltimore greasy spoon kind of spot. The locals, whether it be hipsters, guidos or true Baltimorons, all stopped in early that Sunday morning and now I can see why! Nice and attentive service with simple delicious food.

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  1. I’ve also walked by that place several times and never stopped. Thanks for the review.

  2. That omelet is definitely my favorite diner breakfast. You got a great picture of it!

  3. loved the guidos… i thought i was going to have to smack that guy.

  4. Been to Sip and Bite a few times. It wasn’t bad. The New Wyman Park Restaurant on 25th and Howard is super for breakfast.

  5. Hi my name is Regina and i was working in SipnBite from 2004 until i moved back to Germany in 2006.I liked the french Toast and the Hot Cakes there. I found a lot of friends over there


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