This airy, plant-filled space for Venezuelan cuisine moved from Canton into an expanded space in Station North. Alma introduced Baltimore to the arepa, or cornmeal cake stuffed with cheese, pulled chicken, pork, beef, eggplant, or tofu—depending on your preference. But that’s just the tip of the international iceberg, as you can expect bright flavors in the gazpacho salad, yuca fries, seafood paella, and plantains with melao. That same transformative feeling comes through in colorful pisco and daiquiri cocktails. What’s more, Alma partnered with Mera Kitchen Collective and World Central Kitchen to cook nearly 100,000 free meals for the community in 2020, so you can feel good about ordering the entire menu.