Home Maid
Brunch-only spot for American bites
American · South Baltimore · $$
It's all about American brunch staples with a Southern twist at this Federal Hill joint dishing up eggs, creative sandwiches and sides all day long. The country-chic decor features chicken-wire cabinets and reclaimed wood tables.
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hours Closed Today
8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
location 1400 Key Highway, Baltimore, MD 21230, USA phone +1 443-759-8033 website www.homemaidbrunch.com directions Get Directions
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I loved this place!!!! From the moment I walked in I knew it was a special place!! The staff is friendly, the food is amazing, and the patrons are just as friendly (not that anyone can dictate that but the positive vibes seem to attract positive people!) The atmosphere is amazing the music is perfect!! I had a great time. I'll definitely go again... if I ever have another weekend of I'm in there!! Go, you'll enjoy yourself I promise!!!!!
nina cardenas · December 31, 2017
Stepping into the restaurant was like stepping into my grandmother's kitchen. There's cute chicken patterned wallpaper, family-style photos in gold and silver frames and wooden chairs painted white. The restaurant has about 11 tables that seat four and a high-top bar area. Because it was a private event, the menu that night was limited and there was one server. My friend and I decided that we would each order one dish and share with each other. I ordered the Blackened Salmon and Shrimp with Creamy Grits and my friend ordered the French Toast and Bacon. In almost every instance that I eat salmon, it's smothered in a tasty sauce but in this instance the dry rub salmon exceeded my expectations. It was prepared Cajun-style with a spicy rub and flavorful herbs. The cut was tender and juicy on the inside which let me know that the chef knew his way around the kitchen! The grits were thick and creamy almost the consistency of mashed potatoes and accompanied with the house sauce created a match made in heaven. The French Toast had a sweet caramel flavor with a crunchy outside texture served with whipped cream, fried plantains and sea salt. If you notice on the photo the bacon didn't come out with the French Toast, we had to ask for it again and it came out about 10 minutes later. Besides the mishap with the bacon, Home Maid was a pleasant brunch experience. It's a little pricey though, the French Toast was $18.00 and the Salmon and Grits was $22.00, I would expect to pay that in DC not in Baltimore. The price we paid was not the price listed on the menu...it was more than the original price. Not sure what the mishap was there but we paid it of course. In my opinion, Home Maid is a great place to brunch with family.
Arli's Appetite · October 27, 2017
UPDATED REVIEW: After giving it another go... I've been back twice. The staff is awesome and the food is great!!! The French Toast is a must try! Don't forget to try one of the lemonades! FIRST REVIEW: I wish I could give it a real rating but I came quarter after 3pm on Saturday and the business was closed despite the posted hours stating that it should be open. No signs were posted regarding why it was closed either so I couldn't gain an understanding to why they were closed. 20 minutes completely wasted.... We could've made it to Miss Shirley's instead. We know they were open. Smh
Majida Abdulillaha · December 7, 2017