1. Gunther & Co. (3650 Toone St.,  869-6874, eatatgunther.com)
When I walked through the doors of Gunther & Co., the first large-scale restaurant that has opened in Canton in a while, I was taken aback with how owners Nancy Hart and Jerry Trice (who’s also the chef) reimagined the former Gunther Brewing Company’s boiler room.Read more
1. Fettuccini with lemon and pistachios at Hersh’s (1843 Light St.,  438-4948, hershs.com)
There are many factors that may be keeping you from discovering Hersh’s pasta section. Maybe it’s the fact that the comfortable neighborhood joint is hidden away on the southside, requiring a drive past Federal Hill’s drunken bar scene.Read more
Three-year, 80-proof Pikesville Rye whiskey, the white-labeled "aristocrat of straight whiskeys" that has been a go-to cheap bottle for Baltimoreans for decades, has been discontinued.Read more
Liam Flynn's Ale House, the Irish/Scottish pub in Station North that hosts art shows and concerts of folk and traditional music, is facing eviction. Owner Liam Flynn has launched a GoFundMe campaign to raise $50,000 in seven days to pay off past debts and relocate.
On the GoFundMe page, Flynn describes the situation: "We are locked into a Lease that has a terrible percentage rent clause.Read more
Brothers Ken and Matt Praay are expanding Monument City Brewing, with plans to build a new brewery and taproom in Highlandtown and increase the number of beers in their portfolio.
After spending the last year and a half contract brewing at Peabody Heights, the brothers are building out a new facility at 1 N. Haven St.Read more