My absolute favorite place to eat in Baltimore is R House, the Remington food hall that has loads of gluten-free options and is a short walk away from my favorite museum in the city: the Baltimore Museum of Art.
While R House is home to several stands that have been there for years, what’s cool is that every time you visit odds are there’s something new to try at the dedicated pop up stand, which features homegrown fare from small businesses in the area.
At reported by Andrea at the excellent Baltimore Gluten-Free blog, the most recent popup to take up residence at R House was Stone’s Throw Hash, a dedicated gluten-free brunch lover’s dream, as they menu consists of various iterations of organic and locally-sourced hashes.
Not only is Stone’s Throw Hash completely gluten-free, but the menu is almost completely dairy-free too, save for the seasonal Philly Me Up hash, which has provolone cheese in it. Because each hash is built around a base of sweet potatoes and onions (both organic), each one is paleo-friendly and non-GMO too.
In addition to the stellar lineup of hashes, Stone’s Throw Hash’s menu also features Baltimore-brewed Wild Kombucha and frozen hashes you can grab and go for later enjoyment. It’s so great to see local businesses feature other local businesses’ products on offer!
After much deliberation, I ordered the wakey wakey apple bacy, which not only won me over with a fun name, but a delicious combination of my favorite breakfast foods. The eggs were prepared over easy, and they were cooked to perfection. The rest of the bowl featured a perfect blend of sweet and savory with the sweet potatoes and cooked apples on one side of the spectrum and salty bacon, onions, and greens balancing out the other. The hash was hearty and filling, and the meal-size portion was totally satisfying for brunch.
I was seriously impressed with Stone’s Throw Hash and am bummed they are gone so soon from R House’s pop up stand. With a dedicated gluten-free menu and healthy, delicious fare, they definitely were a value-add to my favorite foodie destination in the city. Check out their website for more information about retail locations where you can pick up their products as well as their food truck and farmers market locations. While it will be difficult to follow them from afar as an out-of-towner, I’m definitely going to keep my eye on where they’ll be serving up hashes next whenever I find myself back in Baltimore.
Disclaimer: This review is based upon the information I have at the time of the review and does not reflect changes in ingredients or availability of items. Please contact the restaurant directly for up-to-date information and feel free to contact me with any questions or comments. I was not compensated for this review and it is a reflection of my personal opinion.