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  • Kolpers Reopens

    Yesterday, we got a hot tip from, um, our restaurant database that Kolpers, the perennially beleaguered restaurant and bar off Clipper Mill Road, has reopened with new ownership (rather "hon"-friendly, judging by the staff's Hampden accents). So, we...
  • B&O American Brasserie Opens

    Attention downtown denizens: A new restaurant is opening up right in the heart of the city. B&O American Brasserie (2 N. Charles St., 443-692-6172) starts serving breakfast and dinner this Thursday, July 30; lunch service begins Aug. 17. Chef E. Michael...
  • Maryland Governor's Cup Winners

    Less than a week after our Best of Baltimore issue named Black Ankle Vineyards "Best Local Winery", the Maryland Wine Festival celebrated the results of the Governor's Cup Competition, awarding Best of Show top honors to Black Ankle's 2007 Crumbling Rock,...
  • The Brass Elephant is Still Open

    Two people in the restaurant industry recently told me that the Brass Elephant (924 N. Charles St. [410] 547-8485) was closed. I was surprised, to say the least. The Brass Elephant is a Baltimore institution—not that that makes a place immune, as...
  • Bicycle is Closed

    When we got an e-mail from a friend saying that Bicycle in Federal Hill was closed, we were skeptical. It's gone through changes over the years sure, but a South Baltimore without Bicycle seems unthinkable. Well, sure enough, when we called the number a...
  • More restaurants closures

    Sigh, the restaurant news in this city feels like a never ending stream of obituaries these days. The Baltimore Business Journal announced today that Babalu Grill and Blue Sea Grill in the Power Plant Live area are giving up the ghost. And Jill Rosen over...
  • Beer Week is coming!

    OK, so you're going to have to wait until October, but for those who have heard the rumors that Baltimore might host a week of beer activities akin to the one in Philadelphia, the news is now official. Baltimore is on tap to host the area's first Beer...
  • Hollywood Diner Opens for Business

    Good news for late night clubgoers, the Hollywood Diner (400 E. Saratoga Street) near Sonar is reopening on Aug. 26. And partiers in our oddly late-dining-scarce downtown aren't the only ones who stand to benefit, the diner will be run by a nonprofit that...
  • Rating Oktoberfest beers

    Wilkommen Oktoberfest! It's September, so that means Oktoberfest beers are upon us. Traditionally, these beers are märzens, those coppery, slightly toasty, full-bodied lagers that brewers made in the spring and cellared over the summer (when it was...
  • Baltimore's Restaurant Week Draws Near

    Baltimore's Winter Restaurant Week is two weeks away and ready to ruin everyone's New Year's resolution to lose weight. This time over 90 restaurants are participating, each creating a special prix fixe menu. Available in a wide array of cuisines, a...
  • Let's Eat Charles Street

    Saturday's forecast calls for sunny skies, just in time for Let's Eat Charles Street, a Mount Vernon street festival sponsored by the Historic Charles Street Association. From noon to 6 p.m., folks can stroll the length of Read Street between Charles...
  • Dogwood Reopens

    Dogwood is reopening Dec. 17 according to an e-mail from the restaurant. Last August, it closed down amid rumors that this temporary hiatus would prove permanent. Rumors that seemed pretty likely when September and then October and then November came...