One World Cafe
21 locals recommend · Estimated price 2 out of 4 ·
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A family owned place to eat, drink, relax or gather with friends downtown. Sometimes they have musicians perform at One World.
It's about a ten-minute walk from here, right next to JHU, and very welcoming and quaint. It has an extensive vegetarian menu, including yummy desserts.
Eclectic restaurant and cafe. Great vegetarian and vegan options! A Baltimore mainstay.
Although a local restaurant, bar, and hang-out, people come from far and wide to enjoy home-cooked food in an artfully-relaxing atmosphere. They have a line of vegan desserts, vegan specials, a small bar that manages to serve lots of people, an accommodating dining room, plus a front-room area with…
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