Where to eat if you miss these Baltimore restaurants

Bummed out that your favorite spot closed in 2017? We've combed the Baltimore food landscape to find the next best thing to these shuttered eateries.

If you miss Langermann's

Try: Ida B's Table

With brunch staples like chicken and waffles and savory cobblers made with traditional Southern meats, plus happy hour dishes like the octopus po' boy sliders, it’s easy to see why customers are flocking to Ida B’s. It’s the low country cuisine you miss from Langermann’s with added flavor and authenticity. 235 Holliday St., downtown. 410-844-0444, idabstable.com

If you miss Lenny’s Delicatessen or Big Jim's Deli

Try: Edmart Delicatessen

You can’t go wrong with Edmart’s mouthwatering sandwiches, like the hot turkey pastrami (try it on a Kaiser roll) or the tender, daily-made beef brisket sandwich (Duff Goldman has said it's the best he's ever eaten). Plus, the employees are friendly and tell stories as interesting as their sandwiches are delicious. 1427 Reisterstown Road, Pikesville. 410-486-5558, edmartdeli.com

If you miss Ryan’s Daughter Irish Pub and Restaurant

Try: James Joyce Irish Pub and Restaurant

James Joyce will fill your cravings for Guinness beef stew and bangers and mash. And its close proximity to Landmark Theater in Harbor East will allow you to complete a successful dinner-and-a-movie combo — just as you did with Ryan's Daughter and the Senator Theater. 616 S. President St., Harbor East. 410-727-5107, thejamesjoycepub.com

If you miss Fleet Street Kitchen

Try: Linwoods

With its white tablecloths and sophisticated American flare, Linwoods is everything Fleet Street Kitchen tried to be. And with more than two decades of accolades, Linwoods is a tried-and-true place to spot the who's who of the county elite. 25 Crossroads Drive, Owings Mills. 410-356-3030, linwoods.com

If you miss Sascha’s 527

Try: Fresh Monday’s

The stall in Mt. Vernon Marketplace fills the lunchtime salad void with a plethora of fresh greens, toppings and up to 16 dressings for building your own mound of leafy goodness. For $7 — $10 with a protein — customers can pick from more than a dozen toppings, from fresh fruits and vegetables to dried fruits and nuts. 520 Park Ave., Mt. Vernon. 443-909-9135, mtvernonmarketplace.com

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