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Restaurants may be closed but reviews of ‘hidden gems’ a welcome bright spot | READER COMMENTARY

The main dining room at The Alexander Brown restaurant, which opened last year in the historic 1901 Alex. Brown & Sons bank building.
The main dining room at The Alexander Brown restaurant, which opened last year in the historic 1901 Alex. Brown & Sons bank building.(Amy Davis / Baltimore Sun)

Thank you for the recent 75 “hidden gems” publication (“75 hidden gems of Baltimore’s restaurant and bar scene,” March 10). While the timing turned out to be ironic since everything is closed, I poured over it last night and circled all the places I can’t wait to try once we can venture out again — from Inverness Brewing to Red Pepper Sichuan Bistro in Towson to Atelier Culinaire.

What an assortment of fun and interesting places. I can’t wait to get back out and try them and, in the meantime, the photos and descriptions provided a little ray of brightness on a dark day!

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Rachel Gibson, Phoenix

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