KIM HAIRSTON, Baltimore Sun
August 18, 2005
Served with pecan and Vidalia onion stuffing, succotash and turkey reduction, Cindy Wolf's main-course Thanksgiving turkey entree sounds like the South on a plate. The other main course options, braised beef short rib and pan-roasted wild rockfish, are pretty tempting, too.
Charleston (1000 Lancaster St., 410-332-7373, charlestonrestaurant.com): Cindy Wolf's Harbor East restaurant is serving a $76 fixed-price, Southern-influenced Thanksgiving dinner, including home-style sides and dessert. A vegetarian option will also be available, and Tony Foreman will offer a selection of wines to accompany the menu at varying price points. Open 3 p.m.-7 p.m.