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Dining and Drinking

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  • 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...
  • Pop-Up Wrap-up: Korean Fried Chicken Takeover and Jonah-fact

    This week saw two pop-up collaborations go down between Woodberry and Pabu, and if the public response to these is any indication, the format isn't going away anytime soon; both were lively and full of an energy not often seen on a normal night at a...
  • 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...
  • MINOR DETOUR

    MINOR DETOUR
    Among the joys of watching minor-league baseball in Maryland is that four of the Orioles’ minor-league teams—the Frederick Keys, the Delmarva Shorebirds (Salisbury), the Bowie Baysox, and the Aberdeen Ironbirds—play in such close...
  • Duclaw sues Left Hand over trademarked beers

    [caption id="attachment_20789" align="alignleft" width="300"] The logo of Duclaw's Black Jack Stout, left, next to a bottle of Left Hand's Black Jack Porter[/caption] Among the very first beers that Left Hand Brewing in Longmont, Co., received awards...
  • What's good today?: Rich Guzzi, "Brewmore," Thumbscrew

    [caption id="attachment_20619" align="alignright" width="300"] Brewmore.[/caption] Rich Guzzi is a stand-up comedian, motivational speaker, and, um, hypnotist? Yes, a hypnotist. He manages to combine all of these things into one act, which he'll be...
  • Bacon Festival Organizers Respond to Criticism

    Bacon Festival Organizers Respond to Criticism
    According to many attendees, last weekend's Maryland Bacon Festival at Rash Field was plagued by long lines and shortage of, um, bacon. In the words of Adam Thomas, a commenter on the fest's Facebook page, "I would have gotten the same amount of bacon...
  • French Eatery and Bar Le Garage Opens Friday in Hampden

    French Eatery and Bar Le Garage Opens Friday in Hampden
    On the heels of the announcement that Café Cito will open in Hampden in a couple weeks comes news of yet another food stop in the neighborhood that's sneakily becoming one of the top destinations for grub in the city—and this one is opening even...
  • ON THE WARPATH

    ON THE WARPATH
    When North Point was invaded 200 years ago this September by about 4,500 British soldiers and marines during the War of 1812, the Toms and Jollies rowed ashore in small boats from their warships, anchored in Old Road Bay, just inside the mouth of the...
  • OUTDOOR DINING

    OUTDOOR DINING
    Ale Mary’s, 1939 Fleet St., (410) 276-2044,alemarys.com. The Ambassador Dining Room, 3811 Canterbury Road, (410) 366-1484, ambassadordining.com. Annabel Lee Tavern, 601 S. Clinton St., (410) 522-2929, annabelleetavern.com. Arcos, 129 S....
  • OH, BALTIMORE, AIN'T IT COLD JUST TO DRINK?

    OH, BALTIMORE, AIN'T IT COLD JUST TO DRINK?
    The City’s sweatin’ and it don’t know why. OK, we know why, it’s Summertime in the City That Swelters, and after mowing all 3 square feet of that lawn in front of our rowhome, we need a cold one. So thirsty! We want to wrap our...
  • Goods & Services

    Goods & Services
    BEST CONSIGNMENT STORE Fashion Attic 1926 Fleet St., (410) 276-0817, thefashionattic.com Jam-packed, dimly lit consignment stores can inspire hours-long hunting and lead to armfuls of slightly soiled, sometimes beaten-up clothes to try on only to...