Best Charcuterie

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850 W. 36th St., (443) 869-5075,

Located in the back of Corner BYOB in Hampden is its weird younger brother, The Other Corner Charcuterie Bar. It’s one of our favorite places to go and just indulge in what is some of the more interesting eating you can find in Baltimore. Charcuterie is the art of curing and preserving meats (think dried sausages, patés, hams) and when it is made and served correctly it is one of the best things you’ll ever experience as a diner. TOCCB pairs its charcuterie with house-made pickles, jams, or mustards to give you a variety of flavors and textures. Pick a bunch of sliced meats and cheeses for a charcuterie platter or go with a dish of blood sausage—either way you win. Try its Skinos sour cocktail to go with your food for a great back-and-forth of flavors.

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