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Dining and Drinking

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  • Angelo Pizza announces Angelo's Pie In the Sky restaurant, to open by Thanksgiving

    Angelo Pizza announces Angelo's Pie In the Sky restaurant, to open by Thanksgiving
    Important BREAKING PIZZA NEWS: Documents have been delivered to the City Paper Pizza Desk, announcing the imminent opening of a new restaurant in the star-crossed Grandview restaurant space, high atop St. Mary’s Roland View Towers apartment building...
  • NuBohemia is more than your average coffee shop

    NuBohemia is more than your average coffee shop
    42 W. Biddle St., (919) 408-7723, Facebook.com/NuBohemia Located just a few blocks from the University of Baltimore and MICA, NuBohemia Cafe occupies the basement level of a brownstone building. Walk down a few stairs and you’ll enter an artsy,...
  • This Week in Alts: Overcrowding in Nashville schools, the gay wing of an L.A. jail, and more

    This Week in Alts: Overcrowding in Nashville schools, the gay wing of an L.A. jail, and more
    There's been a lot of bad news in the world of alt-weeklies over the past month or so: The San Francisco Bay Guardian closed abruptly in October. The same day, the Knoxville News Sentinel announced that it was shutting down the alt-weekly Metro Pulse. But...
  • Get a taste of wheat whiskeys Wednesday night at Johnny's Restaurant

    Get a taste of wheat whiskeys Wednesday night at Johnny's Restaurant
    For those of you that don't venture up to Roland Park often, it may be news that Johnny's Restaurant holds a monthly Whiskey Wednesday, and this month's is a doozy, featuring the rare world of wheat whiskeys. A whiskey can only be labeled wheat if it...
  • At a once-dive-bar location, Bar Liquorice elevates casual fare

    At a once-dive-bar location, Bar Liquorice elevates casual fare
    We are not ones to usually start our dinner with a bowl full of sweetness. But on a recent visit to Bar Liquorice (801 E. Fort Ave, [443] 708-1675, barliquorice.com), when owner Jeffrey Cahill learned that it was our first time at the bar, he insisted...
  • Hooch: Expanding our gin knowledge

    Hooch: Expanding our gin knowledge
    Forget everything you think you know about gin. OK, maybe you don’t have to go that far. Maybe you’ve been out in front of the crush of developments (and redevelopments) in this tipple from the Middle Ages as it collides with 21st-century...
  • An introduction to Hangover Helper, our guide to brunch. Up first, The Food Market

    An introduction to Hangover Helper, our guide to brunch. Up first, The Food Market
    We here at City Paper always find brunch to be a beast of its own, and in the City That Drinks, we know it can be a critically important part of your weekly diet. So as a service to our readers we've started hoofing it around town—for the readers!&...
  • Is Shell Raiser, the new craft beer brewed by Heavy Seas for Greene Turtle, actually good? Shell yeah it is

    Is Shell Raiser, the new craft beer brewed by Heavy Seas for Greene Turtle, actually good? Shell yeah it is
    Since City Paper is Baltimore's Most Cynical Newspaper (sorry, Brew, you're not a newspaper), expectations weren't exactly elevated when we arrived at the Arundel Mills Corporate Park on a cloudy Thursday to taste what The City That Drinks would...
  • Kimberly Sheridan has dedicated her life to bringing victims of gun violence to light through portraits

    Kimberly Sheridan has dedicated her life to bringing victims of gun violence to light through portraits
    In one way, the front room of Kimberly Sheridan’s Pigtown home is almost empty. There is a futon frame with no cushion and a dresser with an easel on it. Blankets hang from the ceiling to cover the door to another room and the staircase. But the...
  • Tourist Attractions

    Tourist Attractions
    Beware getting too attached to Baltimore, as doing so may ruin your love of anyplace else. It happened famously to the late poet Ogden Nash, who, in explaining why he and his wife cut short their Manhattan residency to return to her hometown, wrote,...
  • Dining

    Dining
    Eating out in Baltimore was, for a long time, a mostly predictable and provincial enterprise: Local seafood and a handful of regional specialties like soft crabs, crab soup, and crab cakes, plus tried-and-true riffs on continental cuisine, were the best...
  • A Horseshoe Up My Ass: 24 hours at Baltimore's shiny new casino

    A Horseshoe Up My Ass: 24 hours at Baltimore's shiny new casino
    Since it is open 24 hours, I proposed to The Editors of City Paper that I would occupy the new Horseshoe Casino on Russell Street for 24 hours straight as a paying customer, even though this is not a full-fledged casino, technically. I don’t mean to...