Although it's located extremely close to us, we rarely give Sobo a try. I'm really not quite sure why. Perhaps it's the proximity that makes it feel like "too safe" a choice. We like venturing out and exploring new restaurants, so there is some mild guilt involved in choosing Sobo.
|Newly Revitalized Sobo Cafe|
|Michel Torino Malbec-Fantastic Choice|
|Tomato and Mozzarella Flatbread|
|Sobo Cafe Dinner Menu|
|Spicy Seafood Strew|
My party really enjoyed the mahi mahi, another fresh piece of fish that is often difficult to come by. The mac-n-cheese, a staple of Sobo Cafe since its inception, featured the crispy crust that I know you all enjoy along with creamy large penne noodles inside. Comfort food at it's finest.
|Sinful Mac N' Cheese|
|Sobo Cafe: Quickly Turning Into A Top Federal Hill Dining Choice|
Don't overlook Sobo Cafe even though it appears to be hiding on Cross Street. The new ownership clearly is taking the menu seriously and it shows. The atmosphere has always been warm and inviting, but the decor is emphasized more than ever now. This is a perfect spot to bring a date or just have a quiet dinner with loved ones. A surprising top choice.
Let me know if you guys have any strong feelings about Sobo. Drop a comment or shoot me an email. Until tomorrow!
-Charm City Traveler