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  • Fleet Street Kitchen broadens menu, adding cheaper and gluten-free options

    The Bagby Restaurant Group announced that starting today, their Flagship restaurant, Fleet Street Kitchen, will broaden their menu options significantly. The expansion is a multi-layered attack; offering their tasting menu as three, five, and seven...
  • Restaurants flee the Grand Prix

    Jesse Sandlin looked at the numbers from last year and decided to close her new restaurant, Oliver Speck's in Harbor East, during this year's Grand Prix. "It just wasn't worth it," says Sandlin, who was chef at Vino Rosina (in the same space) last year...
  • Charmery partners with Union Brewery for IPA-flavored ice cream

    It isn't the ice cream itself that gets David Alima jazzed, it's rubbing elbows with the other purveyors in the ‘hood who he considers "genius." The Charmery co-owner's most recent collaboration, with Jon Zerivitz, brewmaster at Union Craft Brewery,...
  • Mt. Washington's Nickel Taphouse to open next week

    A couple years ago, writer Gay Talese dubbed 206 East 63rd St., a so-called cursed restaurant location in New York, the "Willie Loman of buildings." We're tempted to follow his lead when talking about 1604 Kelly Ave., the Mount Washington location that...
  • Rye's Up Against Cystic Fibrosis to be Held at B&O Brasserie

    Brendan Dorr (photo by J.M. Giordano)[/caption] Fun fact: before prohibition killed the industry, Baltimore was one of the epicenters of rye whiskey. We were kind of the Kentucky of the stuff. So it's no surprise that the Baltimore Bartenders' Guild...
  • Money-laundering case sheds new light on Maryland’s grease-theft economy

    Law enforcers have been moving in on people who make money by stealing and selling used cooking oil from behind restaurants, as City Paper reported in an in-depth story last fall. The latest wrinkle in a federally prosecuted probe conducted by Baltimore...
  • Noodling Around At Artifact's Pop-Up Ramen Shop

    Our experience at Tokifact, the six night pop-up ramen collaboration between DC's Toki Underground and Bmore's Woodberry Kitchen-owned Artifact Coffee, shows how badly our city finally needs to suck it up and get a brick and mortar ramen joint. Think I'...
  • Inside Spike Gjerde's Parts and Labor

    Baltimore home cooks rejoice, you're finally getting a proper butcher in the city.  As much as you love the surly dude behind the Safeway counter, come early March you'll have a proper spot to get your extra thick pork chops cut when Spike Gjerde and...
  • Dogwood owner to open Farmstead Grill in Canton Crossing

    When Galen Sampson shut down the Dogwood restaurant last year and headed off to apprentice at an organic farm in Charlottesville, VA, he wasn't sure what the next career move would be. "I was grateful to this farmer who took in a 50-year-old guy and...
  • Charlie Gjerde of Spike and Charlie's to open Papi's Tacos in Fells Point

    Lookee what we spotted in Fells Point this morning: A notice at 703 Aliceanna St. - the former home of Lulu's Off-Broadway among other things - about an application to transfer a liquor license for a new restaurant at the location, called "Papi's Tacos."...
  • Canton's Verde launches brunch service

    Anything you can put on a bagel or an English muffin you can put on Neapolitan pizza dough. That's the thinking behind Pizza Verde's new brunch, which opened last weekend. The authentic pizza crust, made with imported Italian flour and zapped in an...
  • Station North Arts Cafe and Nancy by SNAC

    Station North Arts Cafe and Nancy by SNAC
    Station North Arts Cafe 1816 North Charles St., (410) 625-6440, stationnortharts.com Nancy by SNAC 131 W. North Ave., (410) 685-0039, stationnortharts.com Long before anybody ever dreamed of bringing fine dining to Station North, the irrepressible...