Baltimore – and Maryland– cuisine tends to revolve around blue crabs. And, while I have blogged about my favorite crab cake and my experience picking crabs, today I want to introduce you to a wonderful little restaurant in Greektown.
On the corner of two neighborhood streets, Samos almost blends in to the row of houses. But, as soon as you open the restaurant doors, you are flooded with the scents of Greek and Mediterranean cooking thanks to the open kitchen design. With a full menu of traditional Greek food, it was difficult to decide, but eventually I chose two appetizers, the spanakopita and a lamb skewer with slices of pita. Both were perfection; the lamb tender and perfectly seasoned and the spanakopita had the proper amount of spinach to feta proportions. My coworker, Lauren, loved her shrimp gyro and cup of chicken noodle soup.
If the pictures don’t further convince you of your need to visit this delightful, local spot, I don’t know what will. But be assured, you won’t be disappointed by this local highlight.