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Forget the rest--what about the cook? A food review of Annex Theater's "The Cook, The Thief, His Wife, and Her Lover"

So we totally dug Annex Theater's production of the Peter Greenaway film "The Cook, The Thief, His Wife, and Her Lover." But while our review of the production mentioned...

Clementine takes diners around the globe with its new Twirl Around The World Tuesdays special

We usually don't write about weekly specials—there are plenty of good ones around the city—but it recently caught our eye that the Hamilton restaurant Clementine has supplanted its popular...

Fleet Street Kitchen announces new executive chef

The chef shake-ups keep on coming: In addition to the ...

Snackcrafting: A recipe for making hoppy honey butter

Snackcrafting is a blog series about culinary creativity with a dash of arts-and-crafts panache. Fill your pantry, fridge, and freezer with homemade goodies to eat and share.

Flying Dog announces cookie-inspired beer collaboration with Otterbein's Bakery, tasting party in Baltimore

We here at City Paper weren't big fans of Flying Dog's Old Bay-flavored beer,...

A diner's guide to Baltimore Beer Week

The sixth annual Baltimore Beer Week is set to kick off tomorrow, and although the focus is on America's favorite frothy beverage, there are...

Dinosaur Bar-B-Que scores liquor license, to open by July 2015

It was recently reported from The Sun

New Baltimore brewing company, Monument City, to launch in October

Baltimore was once a mecca of brewing: German breweries and beer gardens lined North Avenue and names like Gunther, Brehms, Wiessner, Globe, and National were synonymous with beer in the city. Since...

Snackcrafting: A recipe for Downy Ocean Salt

Snackcrafting is a blog series about culinary creativity with a dash of arts-and-crafts panache. Fill your pantry, fridge, and freezer with homemade goodies to eat and share.

Blue Pit BBQ unveils full BBQ menu

Starting tonight, Blue Pit BBQ—the increasingly popular cocktail and whiskey bar in Hampden/Woodberry—will finally be serving, as its name implies, a full BBQ menu.

A look inside the inaugural Baltimore Seafood Festival, happening this Saturday

Many of the best new restaurants in the city will descend on Canton Waterfront Park, along with many established favorites, to serve up some seafood dishes at the first Baltimore Seafood Festival on...

Bond Street Social entices with a sneak peek at its new menu

On Tuesday night, Bond Street Social in Fells Point (901 S. Bond St.) previewed items from its new dinner menu for the Baltimore Area Concierge Association (BACA). This equated to a networking happy...

Bookmakers Cocktail Club to open in the old Nevin's space tonight

Bookmakers Cocktail Club, the long-awaited restaurant and cocktail bar set to replace Federal Hill's beloved karaoke institution...

Snackcrafting: A recipe for Berbere Pickled Quail Eggs

Snackcrafting is a blog series about culinary creativity with a dash of arts-and-crafts panache. Fill your pantry, fridge, and freezer with homemade goodies to eat and share.

Former owner of John Steven Ltd. hopes to open a new bar, The Penny Black

The former owner of John Steven Ltd. in Fells Point is hoping to bring the space back to its former glory under a new name, The Penny Black. Chuck Doering, who opened John Steven Ltd. and owned the...

Snackcrafting: A recipe for Briny Old Bay Beans

Snackcrafting is a blog series about culinary creativity with a dash of arts-and-crafts panache. Fill your pantry, fridge, and freezer with homemade goodies to eat and share.

Rosina Gourmet opens a new location in Fells Point

Just celebrating its 15th year in downtown, serving three square meals a day, Rosina Gourmet is opening its third location, at 1300 Thames St., this week. It is housed just next to Waterfront...

A new distillery hopes to open in the Broom Factory

Max Lents, a manager at Joe Squared, had long been working on plans to open his own bar. Then, he says, he grew increasingly passionate about distilling and, with a business partner, Ian Newton, he...

Angelo's Pizza has been replaced by an impostor

Here in The City With Extra Cheese not everyone has to agree on their fave pizzeria, but the majority of the pizza-...

Tribeca Coffee Roasters changes owners, will reopen as Almack's

Tribeca Coffee, the quaint Mount Vernon caffeine house that opened back in March 2013, is under new ownership and will soon change its name to Almack's. The shop is now owned by John Kernan* and...

Pittsburgh-based Wigle Whiskey to start distributing in Maryland

When I moved away from Pittsburgh last year, one of the things I was saddest about leaving behind was Wigle Whiskey. The Pittsburgh-based craft...

A sneak peek at Pen & Quill, the new restaurant in the Chesapeake space

All weekend, we kept hearing about the Beef Tongue Steam Bun at Pen & Quill. By Saturday afternoon, we couldn't resist any further. We stopped in and ordered the beef tongue ($8), which lived up to...

Bottega buys neighboring building, eyes outdoor seating

This past weekend Bottega held a BBQ party at a new outdoor patio as part of the Artscape festivities. Though it's up in the air, the patio will likely remain open moving forward. We've also...

Our favorite places to take a break from Artscape

Artscape is great and all — the people watching, excessive amounts of fried food, drinking in the streets, live music, the art (be it weird, boring, performance, or otherwise), the surrounding...

The Charmery turns 1, celebrates with Beach Bash Party

At this point, it seems as if The Charmery has always been a part of the Hampden neighborhood, so it's surprising to think they're only just now...

One of Baltimore's top sommeliers, Chris Coker, has landed a new plum job with Bryan Voltaggio's new spot in Power Plant Live!, called Aggio.

Artifact announces Farmed, Foraged, Fished takeover

Artifact Coffee is at it again with another pop-up/takeover, this time with dishes made only of ingredients that’ve been farmed, foraged, or fished from the Maryland area. The guest chef for the...

The Pie Man Goeth

Update: Looks like Texas is going to get a little Baltimore flavor. Rodney Henry, founder of Dangerously Delicious...

Turp's Sports Bar and Restaurant undergoing renovations

Mount Vernon sports fans (yes, we exist) can breathe a sigh of relief, Turp's is not closing. With the bar and restaurant shuttered the past couple of weeks for renovations, customers were left to...

Pig in Japan, big in Baltimore

Hey Baltimore pork-pickers, it’s time to get high on the hog! Stalwart vegetable providers One Straw Farm (Numerous City Paper Best of Baltimore and Readers Poll awards, most recently Best CSA,...

Heavy Seas keeps busy with two beer releases, brewery expansion

Heavy Seas likes to keep busy. Last fall they opened a new tap room the size of a full bar at the Halethorpe brewery, and now they’re releasing a crazy wood beer, re-releasing a favorite...

USA vs. Belgium: Where to Watch

Where to watch the USA vs. Belgium World Cup match Tuesday at 3 p.m.

Union Brewing To Celebrate Two-Year Anniversary

Union Craft Brewing celebrates its second anniversary.

Artifact Goes New England with Blue Bellies Takeover

Tonight and tomorrow Artifact will keep their run of pop-ups going when Alison Kirby, owner of the Nantucket-based Blue Bellies food truck, takes over the space for a northeast-style cookout.

Where to Watch the World Cup

A listing of places to watch the USA vs. Germany World Cup game on Thursday, including some with special deals.

Brew House No. 16 to Open In Mount Vernon

Based on the city notice posted on the façade of the old firehouse at 831 N. Calvert St., Mount Vernon is about to get a new brew house. Located across the street from Iggie's, Brew House No....

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