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  • La Famiglia Opens

    The awning might still say "Tatin," but the lit sign to the left of it reads, "La Famiglia," the name of the new Northern Italian restaurant that replaces the Broadview's Brasserie Tatin, which closed in late December. La Famiglia (105 W. 39th St.) opened...
  • The Carlyle Club Reopens

    It would seem that the rumors of the Carlyle Club's (500 W. University Parkway, [410] 243-5454) demise have been at least a little exaggerated. In February, we reported that the restaurant was closed for renovations, but when it failed to reopen as...
  • Fin Closed

    We've just heard (via Adventures in Baltimore Restaurants blog who heard through Dining@Large)that Fin Steak and Seafood, which opened in the Admiral Fell Inn in last summer, has closed. This is the message on the answering machine: "Thank you for calling...
  • To Market, to Market

    The Baltimore Farmers' Market under the JFX opens for the season this Sunday, May 3, with a slew of new vendors. Look for lamb and other meats from Springfield Farms of Sparks and cold cuts such as "sin-free baloney" made from organically raised beef from...
  • Treat Your Mama Right

    This Sunday, May 10, is Mother's Day and e-mails from a number of restaurants having holiday specials have crossed our desk this week. Here are a few, plus a couple of restaurants who regularly serve Sunday brunch. Reservations are strongly encouraged&#...
  • Easter Dinner Without the Dishes

    For the last several years my family has been going out for Easter dinner. It's just an easier way to accommodate the mix of dietary issues in our ever-expanding brood-omnivores and vegetarians and lactose avoiders, kids and adults, those who keep...
  • Blue Hill Tavern Opens

    If you've passed by the intersection of South Conkling and Dillon streets in Brewer's Hill recently and puzzled at the building at the corner, wonder no more. The Blue Hill Tavern (938 S. Conkling St., [443] 388-9363) opened Friday, July 3, just in time...
  • Earth Dinner at Dogwood

    If you frequent the Waverly Farmers Market, you're probably familiar with Joan Norman of One Straw Farm. She's the busy brunette running the organic farm's tent—putting produce on display, chatting with customers, offering recipes. She's been...
  • New Wine Bar Opens

    "Hip in Hampden" is the motto of Baltimore's latest drinkery, 13.5% Wine Bar (1117 W. 36th St., [410] 889-1064), which opened July 10, bringing the bar-as-lounge concept to 36th Street. A peek inside revealed that this is not your neighborhood tappie,...
  • Dogwood Closes and Opens

    Adding to the open/closed conversation, the Dogwood (911 W. 36th St., [410] 889-0952) in Hampden ceased serving lunch as of today. On the plus side, the restaurant's non-profit training program, now called Plates, has found a permanent home at the Women's...
  • Oktoberfest Beers, Part 2

    OK, last week we talked about the German imports I tried at a recent private tasting, the more traditional Oktoberfest beers. This week it's domestic variations. Of the 17 domestic autumn beers, our top three favorites were Weyerbacher Harvest Ale,...
  • Ixia Closing

    Baltimore magazine's In Good Taste blog just put up a note saying that Ixia will be closing at the end of June. So, we called Ixia and spoke to David Briskie, the restaurant's designer. He confirmed that the Asian fusion restaurant's last service after...