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Dining and Drinking

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  • Nightlife

    Nightlife
    Over the next few pages, you’ll see Baltimore’s bars split up into easy-to-understand categories (dive, sports, booze, swanky, and gay). This is helpful for those new to the city, but as soon as you venture out on your own, slicing and...
  • Shopping

    Shopping
    The other day we heard ourselves saying, “Medfield is the new Hampden,” which was not at all what we meant to say (beer) but it makes about as much sense as the nonsensical “Baltimore is the new Brooklyn.” Screw Williamsburg;...
  • Places To Stay

    Places To Stay
    We don’t always get the chance to stay in hotels in our own city. But whether it’s the result of burst pipes  or collapsed streets, quite a few Baltimoreans got to experience our city’s hospitality first hand over the past year. And...
  • Annual Events

    Annual Events
    Every city has a tree lighting around Christmastime, but how many can boast an entire festival of decorated trees or a giant lit-up monument to the country’s first president? The festivals and events throughout the year are a reflection of the city&...
  • Dinosaur Bar-B-Que scores liquor license, to open by July 2015

    Dinosaur Bar-B-Que scores liquor license, to open by July 2015
    It was recently reported from The Sun and Baltimore Business Journal that Dinosaur Bar-B-Que, the unlikely mecca of barbecue in upstate New York, will be opening its first location south of the Mason-Dixon line right here in Baltimore. After reviewing...
  • Spanish Leisure

    Spanish Leisure
    Since it quietly opened in late spring, Café Cito (3500 Chestnut Ave., [443] 682-9701, cafecitobmore.com) seems to have built a steady following. It may be just one more choice in the carnival of restaurants that is Hampden of late, but it’s a...
  • Comings and Goings

    - The past couple of years have seen a slew of new breweries start serving their suds in the city—Union, Full Tilt, Public Works—and starting this fall you’ll be able to add Monument City Brewing Company to that ever-expanding list....
  • Accused waste-oil thief in Harford County was featured in City Paper's cover story about oil theft

    Accused waste-oil thief in Harford County was featured in City Paper's cover story about oil theft
    WBAL reported yesterday that three men have been charged "in connection with a used cooking oil scheme that cost a Baltimore company an estimated $1 million." One of the charged men, Richard Figueroa of Hunt Valley, should’ve known he was in the...
  • An attempt to trademark a logo with "hon" and the Oriole "O" creates another hontroversy

    An attempt to trademark a logo with "hon" and the Oriole "O" creates another hontroversy
    When Marco Gentile, the Orioles' vice-president for corporate partnerships, saw a new design for hats and t-shirts being sold in the midst of 2014 pennant fever his response was immediate. "That's not good," said Gentile, a Baltimore native. "That's not...
  • Beyond Coffee

    Beyond Coffee
    When talking to friends about having dinner at Dooby’s (802 N. Charles St., [410] 702-5144, doobyscoffee.com) we kept getting two responses: “They serve dinner?” and “I’ve never been there—the name makes it sound like...
  • Best of Baltimore is the Best, of Baltimore, and it's Next Week Right Here in City Paper

    Best of Baltimore is the Best, of Baltimore, and it's Next Week Right Here in City Paper
    Hey Baltimore, next week is my fave-rave time of the year, the Best episode of Baltimore’s Best Alternative Weekly, namely, City Paper’s Best of Baltimore, a year’s worth of paper stuffed into one big fun-filled fact-filled periodical....
  • Persian Paradise

    Persian Paradise
    When I lived in Chicago in the ’90s, Friday nights after class would often find me at my favorite tavern, The Hopleaf, with friends and a pint of Sprecher Black Bavarian. Inevitably, after our bellies yearned for more than alcohol, we would walk a...