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Rudys' 2900, 2900 Baltimore Blvd., Finksburg. (410) 833-5777. Rudys' 2900 is not a restaurant to be taken lightly. Its reputation for fine food and service is well deserved. Even on a very busy Saturday night, the food was innovative and delicious and the service professional, pleasant and accommodating. Our waitress even found us a quieter table when we complained about the noise, which proved to be the only drawback to an otherwise fine dinner. Accompanying our entrees was a small salad with to-die-for vinaigrette -- only one of many great tastes at Rudys'. $$$ -- expensive (Last visited 5/92.)



Cross Keys Inn, Village of Cross Keys, (410) 532-6900. I never feel I can eat enough to get my money's worth at all-you-can-eat brunches. But for those of you who have a couple of glasses of champagne with your eggs benedict, and a plate of steamed shrimp, some cheese blintzes, a slice of roast beef, a crab cake or two, some smoked salmon with a slice of lox on the side . . . Sunday brunch at the Crossroads, in other words, is an extravagant experience. And the food is good. $$ to $$$ -- moderate to expensive. (Last reviewed 6/92.)


Woman's Industrial Exchange, 333 N. Charles St., (410) 685-4388. Morning Edition Cafe, Patterson Park Avenue at Fayette Street, (410) 732-5133. Sometimes you feel like going out for breakfast. Not brunch. Breakfast. Here are two places open in the morning that have their own small scale charm. Neither is appropriate for power breakfasting, but you will get good food at both. Try the homemade biscuits, soft scrambled eggs and link sausage at the Exchange, and the orange-scented French toast or the three-cheese omelet with spinach and pine nuts at the Morning Edition. $ -- inexpensive. (Last visited 5/92.)


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