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Cockeysville restaurant is better than most in Baltimore

Washington_DC_Appliances_Repairleftl With all the strip malls and traffic, York Road can get monotonous and frustrating. Step inside Cafe Spice and, almost immediately, you feel like you are miles away from the bustling suburban streetscape. Paintings and draperies spruce up the walls of the Cockeysville Indian restaurant, and colorful umbrellas hang upside-down from the ceiling alongside chandeliers. Washington_DC_Appliances_RepairRight

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Washington_DC_Appliances_Repairleftl The first thing you notice at Café Spice are the umbrellas. The color of gemstones, they hang upside down from the ceiling, amethyst, garnet, and turquoise clouds of fabric glittering in gold braid, mirrors, and embroidery. Combined with the sweeping purple chiffon curtains and shell-pink walls, they transform this warehouse-like storefront space into a place of warmth. And as you sit in Café Spice’s dining room, enveloped by the scent of coriander and ginger, and by noisy conversation undercut with the undulations of Indian music, it’s easy to forget you’re in a Cockeysville shopping center. Washington_DC_Appliances_RepairRight

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Café Spice Brings Zest to Cockeysville

Washington_DC_Appliances_Repairleftl Sometimes someone’s loss is someone else’s gain, and that is certainly the case with Towson’s Café Spice closing up shop and heading down York Road to Cockeysville. Owners Rani and Girish Garg recently moved the restaurant, specializing in Indian cuisine, to Yorkridge Center North (10540 York Rd.). Washington_DC_Appliances_RepairRight

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