Jury-Duty: Top 5 Places to Eat Lunch

People don’t agree on much, but most people do agree that jury duty isn’t the way they want to spend their day. Whether you’re on a civil or criminal case, lunch becomes important when it’s the only real break in the day. We compiled a short list of places to eat nearby so that you don’t have to waste any of that precious time looking at your options. 1. Charles Street Plaza/ Streets Market 

They have a variety of small places from Chicken and Waffles to Pho. The Market has a salad bar, premade sushi and other sandwiches. • Tharsygrillo Writer’s personal favorite. They have halal style rice bowls and wraps with amazingly seasoned chicken. They give you a variety of sauces to put on the food yourself. • Wow Food- Chinese Foodo Orange Chicken lunch special• Pizza • Connies Chicken and Waffles• Sugarbees• Others

http://streetsmarket.com/2. Take-It Away• Located on 200 St Paul Street, this sandwich shop offers a variety of subs, soup and panini style sandwiches. It is very quick and the owner is extremely friendly. It’s perfect for a quick bite. o https://www.yelp.com/biz/take-it-away-baltimore3. Halal Cart • Located across from Courthouse East, this staple offers quick rice plates and wraps. They take card or cash. 4. Royal • This place has an amazing breakfast, and a good lunch. It’s located directly across from Mitchell courthouse. They have sandwiches, cheesesteaks and chicken wings.o 206 E Lexington St, Baltimore, MD 212025. David and Dad’s • Around the corner at 115 N Charles Street, David and Dad’s offers sandwiches, burgers, salads and soups. They have a little bit of everything and are popular among the downtown working crowd. • https://davidanddads.com/

Subway/Dunkin• You can never go wrong with a quick sub, and they’re both located the closest to the courts.

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