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Restaurant and Catering Industry

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  • Farm to Grill

    Farm to Grill
    Farm-to-table restaurants are noble pursuits. When done properly, buying produce from local farms helps out small local businesses while reconnecting diners with produce and varieties of meat that they might not regularly try (heirloom tomatoes, bison, etc.). When farm-to-table is not done right, however, the hyperlocal and hyperseasonal shtick comes off as plain old hype. Farmstead Grill (The Shops at Canton Crossing, 3721 Boston St., [410] 762-2100) is not a pretender trying to make a cash grab, but if it’s not careful it could easily come off that way. 
  • Eating Along The Way

    Eating Along The Way
    I was not a born road-tripper. For a kid with chronic motion sickness, piling into the car with extended family for an afternoon’s drive held no pleasure, only anxiety and annoyance. The road trips of my childhood smelled of my father’s...

    Mind Blowing

    Mind Blowing
    Ryan Grizzell, a 41-year-old Army veteran, is blowing a glass pipe, his blue eyes hidden behind protective eyewear as a soft, warm glow from a flame reflects on his face. Various glass rods are strewn about Shockers Smoke Shop, scattered among two kilns,...

    Michael Wood roasts coffee for a cause in Highlandtown

    Coffee roaster Michael Wood isn't in the habit of making sales calls; usually when customers want to carry his Highlandtown-roasted coffee in a bar or restaurant, they visit the High Grounds Coffee Roasters coffee shop on Eastern Avenue and ask for it....

    Comings & Goings

    • The Horseshoe Casino, coming soon to Downtown Baltimore (1525 Russell St.), has started to reveal how it intends to feed its gambling hordes, and it involves some well-known food celebrities. Guy Fieri, of bleached blond hair and WTF catch-phrase...