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Liv2eat opens in old Bicycle, Centro spot

A new restaurant named Live2eat has opened in the South Baltimore space that was formerly Bicycle and more recently Centro.

Here's what Live2eat says about itself on its website:

"Liv2eat utilizes traditional methods and techniques to best showcase available seasonal products each day. We feature seasonal entrees and salads as well as house pastas and bread. We care about where our food comes from and understand the importance of sustainability. The offerings change several times a year and are complimented by a varied wine and craft beer list. We push ourselves every day to provide the finest quality food experience for our guest."


There are a few things on the opening menu that I haven't seen on Baltimore menus.

One of the appetizers, Stuffies, a stuffed clam dish using quahogs, is seldom seen anywhere outside of Rhode Island. A carbonara-style pasta uses noodles made from a lute-shaped instrument called a chittara.

Also on the small, fall menu: risotto fritters, Brussels sprouts salad, Amish chicken and Roseda Farm beef. The restaurant is open Tuesday through Sunday for dinner.

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