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Dining and Drinking

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  • Best Dietary Restriction-Friendly Cafe

    810 W. 36th St., (410) 235-7323, breathebooks.com Every gluten-free, dairy-free, meat-free, sugar-free, processed food-free Baltimorean can feel right at home at this holistic cafe in Hampden. It even has room for your dog’s dietary needs,...
  • Best Not-So-Secret Secret Bar

    2500 St. Paul St., (410) 366-1600, charles-restaurant.com The Secret Bar is secretly tucked away inside the Charles Restaurant and Carry Out on the corner of 25th and St. Paul, and it’s so secret no one can find it, unless, of course, you can read...
  • Nightlife

    Nightlife
    Best Local Beer 1) Brewer’s Art Resurrection 2) Union Craft Brewing Duckpin Best Happy Hour 1) Brewer’s Art 2) Mahaffey’s Pub   Best Bar Station North/Mount Vernon 1) Brewer’s Art 2) Liam Flynn’s Ale House Best Bar...
  • Dining

    Dining
    Best New Restaurant 1) Parts & Labor 2) Le Garage Best Fancy Restaurant 1) Charleston 2) Woodberry Kitchen   Best Cheap Restaurant 1) Sip & Bite 2) Chicken Rico Best Romantic Restaurant 1) Woodberry Kitchen 2) Peter’s Inn Best...
  • The Mail 9/17/14

    The Mail 9/17/14
    Best Reason we should invite you to the  City Paper Best of Baltimore Party, as submitted in our online Readers Poll The City Paper published a picture of me getting arrested on the internet and I all I got was this lousy T-shirt (had to make my own-...
  • Gentrification By Degrees

    Gentrification By Degrees
    By Degrees Café (415 S. Central Ave., [410] 522-0478, bydegreescafe.com) has been on my to-do list since it opened a little over a year ago. The chef, Omar Semidey, has worked at New York’s Gramercy Tavern and at some of Baltimore’s finest...
  • Tough Act To Follow

    Tough Act To Follow
    There was a time when locals in the know popped down to the windowless J. Patrick’s Pub in Locust Point to swill whiskey and beer in one of the most authentic Irish bars in Baltimore. Owner Joe Patrick Byrne enthusiastically poured for the crowds...
  • 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...
  • Tacos Al Fresco

    Tacos Al Fresco
    Sitting on the deck of Barcocina (1629 Thames St., [410] 563-1500, barcocina.com) in Fells Point, we were reminded of the pleasures of dining next to the water while watching the boats go by. It seems a naturally Baltimorean privilege but, oddly, there...
  • Turp's Sports Bar and Restaurant undergoing renovations

    Turp's Sports Bar and Restaurant undergoing renovations
    Mount Vernon sports fans (yes, we exist) can breathe a sigh of relief, Turp's is not closing. With the bar and restaurant shuttered the past couple of weeks for renovations, customers were left to wonder if that meant the end—kinda like The...
  • Oysters outside "R" months

    Oysters outside "R" months
    So how does that old chestnut about “R” months—months with an “R” in their spelling—and oysters go? I've been thinking about this because I just accepted a job at Thames Street Oyster House. In an impromptu poll of...
  • 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...