photo credit: Blacksauce Kitchen
The story of Blacksauce is a pretty typical one here in Baltimore: they started as a vendor at the farmers market, people consistently lined up, and they finally opened a brick-and-mortar location. In Blacksauce’s case, they settled in Remington and still make their weekly market appearances under I-83. The storefront has extremely limited hours, so Saturday breakfast is the ideal time to go and try their handmade biscuit sandwiches, with a melty goodness that will power you through the day. The menu changes slightly throughout the year, but the brisket on a gruyere biscuit is a classic, along with plenty of options for vegetarians. Grab your sandwich to go and then take a stroll to the nearby Greedy Reads bookstore, buy some vintage at Get Shredded, and enable your houseplant addiction at B.Willow.