The sauteed Florida snapper at B&O American Brasserie

Bradley WIllits, the new chef at B&O Brasserie, dazzled us with his Florida snapper, serving it jewel-like, in a setting of marinated tomatoes, marinated jumbo asparagus and a puree of white asparagus. <br><br>
Restaurant information: <a href="http://findlocal.baltimoresun.com/listings/b-and-o-american-brasserie-baltimore">B&O American Brasserie</a>
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Review: <span class="brief-main-headline"><a href="/entertainment/bs-sc-b-and-o-review-20130525,0,5178526.story">At B&O American Brasserie, full steam ahead for contemporary cuisine</a> </span><br><span class="brief-subheadline"><br>Overall rating: 3 stars
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[Key: Superlative: 5 stars; Excellent: 4 stars; Very Good: 3 stars; Good: 2 stars; Promising: 1 star]

( Kim Hairston, Baltimore Sun photo / May 17, 2013 )

Bradley WIllits, the new chef at B&O Brasserie, dazzled us with his Florida snapper, serving it jewel-like, in a setting of marinated tomatoes, marinated jumbo asparagus and a puree of white asparagus.

Restaurant information: B&O American Brasserie

Review: At B&O American Brasserie, full steam ahead for contemporary cuisine

Overall rating: 3 stars

[Key: Superlative: 5 stars; Excellent: 4 stars; Very Good: 3 stars; Good: 2 stars; Promising: 1 star]

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