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  • Fleet Street Kitchen's new kitchen team shows its chops

    Fleet Street Kitchen's new kitchen team shows its chops
    Fluidity within the restaurant industry is commonplace, but this year's been such a veritable musical chairs of chef changes, it's been hard to keep up. Tim Dyson moved from Bluegrass to Dooby's, Chris Amendola went from Fleet Street Kitchen to Bookmakers Cocktail Club, and Sarah Acconcia recently took over the kitchen at Bookmakers after her time at Le Garage, to name a few. And while each re-vamp can make it tough to know what to expect with each visit, it can also result in something fresh and exciting—which is what we were hoping to find during a recent media dinner at Fleet Street Kitchen, where Chef Michael Correll recently took over.
  • The Blue Pit BBQ does it right

    The Blue Pit BBQ does it right
    Evidently, Jefferson 25-year rye tastes like “an old shoe.” At least that’s what the bartender at Blue Pit BBQ (1601 Union Ave, [443] 948-5590, bluepitbbq.com) said. I’m a big fan of the Jefferson two- and four-year ryes, so I...

    Clicking and Streaming: A families-are-terrible-themed holiday edition featuring 'Restaurant: Impossible,' 'In a World,' and 'I Am Love'

    Clicking and Streaming: A families-are-terrible-themed holiday edition featuring 'Restaurant: Impossible,' 'In a World,' and 'I Am Love'
    In this installment of "Clicking and Streaming," we have a few recommendations that all circle around the meaty theme of "families are incredibly, depressingly toxic," which is just perfect for the holiday season. Ideally, you'll find something...

    Formerly homeless, Jerrie Olds gives back as chef at My Sister's Place

    Formerly homeless, Jerrie Olds gives back as chef at My Sister's Place
    Jerrie Olds sits at a vinyl-covered table for six in a large room full of other, empty, tables for six. Plastic marigolds sit in the center of each table, and a single fork, napkin, and cup lie in front of each chair. Every table looks the same. The...

    An introduction to Hangover Helper, our guide to brunch. Up first, The Food Market

    An introduction to Hangover Helper, our guide to brunch. Up first, The Food Market
    We here at City Paper always find brunch to be a beast of its own, and in the City That Drinks, we know it can be a critically important part of your weekly diet. So as a service to our readers we've started hoofing it around town—for the readers!&...