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  • Freedom and Order

    Freedom and Order
    My wife, CP contributor Nicole King (pictured, left), and I were sitting in a park sipping from a big bottle of beer as dogs frolicked and people talked softly and drank. When our beer was empty and we were hungry, we decided to go and eat in one of the...
  • The Peaceful Path

    The Peaceful Path
    The kitchen at Collington Square School is closed. That’s not something a chef wants to hear right before teaching a cooking class for about 15 elementary school kids, but this setback doesn’t phase Ihsan Baha-Umbra Bey, or Chef Bey, as...
  • Farm to Grill

    Farm to Grill
    Farm-to-table restaurants are noble pursuits. When done properly, buying produce from local farms helps out small local businesses while reconnecting diners with produce and varieties of meat that they might not regularly try (heirloom tomatoes, bison,...
  • Eating Along The Way

    Eating Along The Way
    I was not a born road-tripper. For a kid with chronic motion sickness, piling into the car with extended family for an afternoon’s drive held no pleasure, only anxiety and annoyance. The road trips of my childhood smelled of my father’s...
  • High Voltaggio in Power Plant

    High Voltaggio in Power Plant
    It begins with a wisp of a breadstick shot through with fennel seed. Brittle and hard between your teeth, it shatters with just a little pressure, tasting like taralli, that chubby Italian pretzel-like snack, though this version is much more lithe and...
  • MISTLE-ANEOUS

    MISTLE-ANEOUS
     $1 or Less Days. For less than $1, visit downtown museums and attractions, including the Babe Ruth Museum, Baltimore Museum of Industry, Christmas Village in Baltimore, Geppi’s Entertainment Museum, Historic Ships in Baltimore, the Jewish Museum of...
  • Voltaggio Bringing Aggio Pop-Up to Artifact Next Week

    Voltaggio Bringing Aggio Pop-Up to Artifact Next Week
    Baltimore foodies brace yourselves and don't hyperventilate when we tell you that next Thursday and Friday (the 15th and 16th) two of the best chefs in the Mid-Atlantic, Spike Gjerde and Bryan Voltaggio will be combining their powers for a two-night pop...
  • Comings and Goings

    Comings and Goings
    •The Karzai family—owners of The Helmand, Tapas Teatro, and b. Bistro—know a thing or two about running a successful restaurant. So when they announced plans to open a new place in the former location of The Chesapeake, excitement was...
  • Fed Hill's Brewer's Cask adds wine bar

    In January, Brewer's Cask in Fed Hill (1236 Light Street)—City Paper's Best New Bar in 2012—changed ownership to Bill and Elle Grose. And, in exciting news for a wino like myself, they've opened an upstairs wine bar. The main floor of the...
  • Birroteca goes vegan, offers round two of Beer vs. Wine

    Last month, Birroteca hosted Hops vs. Grapes vol. I, pitting brews from Union against vino from Tenth Harvest. No winner was declared, but perhaps it's notable that Tenth Harvest, "Hailing from the European Boot" is back for vol. II, this time facing...
  • BricknFire Pizza

    BricknFire Pizza
    It’s hard to categorize BricknFire Pizza. It’s not a restaurant. Not a food truck either. Maybe we could call it a “Pizza Gypsy.” The owners roam from their homebase at The Breadery in Catonsville to various farmers markets and...
  • Parmesan Zucchini Fries

    Parmesan Zucchini Fries
    Crispy, salty French fries seem to be de rigeur in late-night diners, but, to tell the truth, I can take or leave regular French fries (sweet potato fries are different—I pretty much always take those, but they’re hard to find in most diners)....