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  • Like its namesake, Greektown institution Zorba's Bar and Grill, relishes the pleasures of good food

    Like its namesake, Greektown institution Zorba's Bar and Grill, relishes the pleasures of good food
    One of the most indelible images of my time spent in Greece has to be seeing the early morning snorkelers surfacing from the Aegean with live octopi, which they repeatedly smashed against the rocks to both dispatch and tenderize. After being grilled to...
  • Hangover Helper: Sweet 27 may be known as one of the few gluten-free joints in town, but its brunch is good for all

    Hangover Helper: Sweet 27 may be known as one of the few gluten-free joints in town, but its brunch is good for all
    You may know Sweet 27 Bakery and Cafe as one of the only dedicated gluten-free joints in town. If you're vegetarian or vegan, you may know them because, since they make all of their food without gluten, they're also pretty good at understanding and...
  • Red Parrot Asian Bistro, a restaurant specializing in southeast Asian food, is now open in Station North

    Red Parrot Asian Bistro, a restaurant specializing in southeast Asian food, is now open in Station North
    In case you haven't noticed, we here at Baltimore's most replicant-free alternative weekly are weirdly obsessed with this idea of Station North as the futurist world of "Blade Runner," what with the video billboard and the abundance of neon and the...
  • Bryan Voltaggio's new Baltimore branch of Family Meal to open on Friday

    Bryan Voltaggio's new Baltimore branch of Family Meal to open on Friday
    Chef Bryan Voltaggio, who was the runner-up on season six of "Top Chef" and was a semifinalist for the James Beard Foundation's Best Chef award in the mid-Atlantic in 2012, is opening his newest Baltimore restaurant ahead of schedule. Family Meal (621 E....
  • Hangover Helper, New Year's Day Edition: Kick off 2015 with brunch

    Hangover Helper, New Year's Day Edition: Kick off 2015 with brunch
    Congrats, you've fully celebrated the demise of 2014 and welcomed in the new year. But if you're like us and you tend to celebrate a little too hard, you might be in need of some brunch to soothe your champagne-induced hangover. We've compiled a list of...
  • Baltimore artists blur the lines between the culinary and visual arts

    Baltimore artists blur the lines between the culinary and visual arts
    At Terrault Contemporary’s “Salon Show” in October, a group of people stood around a beautiful, and delicious, display. This was not your ordinary gallery fare—deep-fried crickets, beets, sweet potatoes, and guacamole—and...
  • The Mail 12/24/14

    The Mail 12/24/14
    Plea for Hope I wanted to weigh in on these police shootings (“This is What Democracy Looks Like,” Feature, Nov. 10). For years, the police have been doing the same things and nothing has really changed.  In 2004, my cousin Dexter Hill was...
  • Lobo's unpretentious good food reminds us of what we love about Baltimore

    Lobo's unpretentious good food reminds us of what we love about Baltimore
    In the last five years Baltimore has upped its culinary game considerably. So much so that the makeup of many new restaurants seems to be getting formulaic: farm-to-table, check; artisanal cocktails with handmade bitters, check; perfectly precious...
  • Hangover Helper: Hersh's adds a delicious Sunday brunch to its pizza A-game

    Hangover Helper: Hersh's adds a delicious Sunday brunch to its pizza A-game
    For weeks now we've paraded from holiday party to holiday party, dressing up, drinking champagne, and sipping whiskey, so, on what felt like the first sunny Sunday in weeks, we demanded some quiet to replenish ourselves. We headed to peaceful Riverside...
  • Baltimore Beer Baron: Is 2015 the year of the can?

    Baltimore Beer Baron: Is 2015 the year of the can?
    2015 might be the Year of the Can in Baltimore. Once a matter of great debate, it has been emphatically decided that canned craft beer is here to stay. No matter where you stand on craft being distributed in aluminum vessels, the War on Cans is over and...
  • Field Tripping: Fitbitting Across America

    I’ve spent a lot of time in airports in the last month. And I mean a lot of time. It’s not like I’m one of those business travelers who has medallion status and gets to do everything first, or one of those people with matching luggage...
  • Hangover Helper: Annoula's SoBo Café offers the classics and some delicious Mediterranean and North African options

    Hangover Helper: Annoula's SoBo Café offers the classics and some delicious Mediterranean and North African options
    Dec. 5 marks a momentous occasion for drinkers of these United States: the repeal of the 18th Amendment, or the end of alcohol prohibition if you didn't pay attention in American history. It happened to fall on a Friday this year, which meant the night...