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  • Au Revoir, Martick's

    | Image by Michelle Gienow, from http://www.citypaper.com What do you do when an institution passes away? Cry into the memory of your sweet potato soup or lift a glass of Beaujolais and remember the good times? We'll opt for the latter, as Sun columnist...
  • Dining Out for Life

    Thursday, Sept. 18, marks the 15th anniversary of Dining Out for Life, an event sponsored by Moveable Feast, the local organization that provides support services to people in the Baltimore area living with HIV/AIDs and breast cancer. (In 2007, Moveable...
  • Creative Alliance Announces Seventh Annual Art to Dine For Series

    The Creative Alliance at the Patterson recently announced its seventh annual Art to Dine For series, for which the Southeast Baltimore community arts center sponsors casual morning, afternoon, and evening get-togethers, sometimes at the homes of members...
  • Corks Reopens

    Closed since the beginning of August, Corks, Jerry Pellegrino's 11-year-old restaurant in Federal Hill, is set to reopen Thursday, Oct. 2, with a whole new look, hours, and menu. According to Pellegrino, the renovations designed by Patrick Sutton effect...
  • Tuesday Treats

    For the last five years, The Chameleon Café (4341 Harford Road, [410] 254-2376) has been offering a Maryland-themed menu in late summer. This year is no different, except that each Tuesday through mid-October (or whenever the tomatoes give up the ghost),...
  • The Breakfast Club: Mayor Dixon Met with Probe Figures at Double T Diner

    The Double T Diner in Catonsville is an odd place for the mayor of Baltimore to go for a breakfast meeting. Located about 10 miles west of City Hall on Baltimore National Pike, just outside the Beltway, the Double T is a large retro-styled restaurant...
  • Mari Luna Latin Grille Is Open

    Those of us who love Mari Luna Mexican Grill have been counting down the days until the opening of its sister restaurant, located further north on Reisterstown Road. The wait is finally over. Mari Luna Latin Grille (1010 Reisterstown Road, [410] 653-5151)...
  • Dogwood Opens New Location

    The Dogwood Restaurant in Hampden is expanding once more. In addition to the deli and full-service restaurant on 36th Street, Bridget and Galen Sampson will open the Dogwood Café, a limited retail space in the historic tea room of the Women's Industrial...
  • Fall Prix Fixe Menu at Chameleon Café

    As our elders always told us, a bargain isn't a bargain unless it's something you need or want. After reading the Chameleon Café's menu for their new Tuesday and Thursday three- ($30) and four-course ($35) prix-fixe dinners, we know that we both need...
  • Parkside is Open

    It's a bakery! It's a deli! It's a market! It's a bar! It's a restaurant! It is the Parkside, the latest venue to open on the Hamilton-Lauraville stretch of Harford Road. Owners Vickie Johnson, Troy Zinderman, and former Brewer's Art brewer Chris...
  • Chef for a Day at Sotto Sopra

    Calling all Marcella or Mario wannabes. If you'd like to try your hand at creating an authentic Italian meal in a restaurant kitchen, consider Sotto Sopra's Chef for a Day program. Here's the deal: interested cooks meet with Chef Michael Crouse, who...
  • New Owners for the Wharf Rat

    If, as we have, you've been wondering about the fate of the Pratt Street location of the Wharf Rat (206 W. Pratt, [410] 244-8900) since owner Bill Oliver put it on the market several months ago, wonder no more. New owners Justin Dvorkin and Donald Kelly...