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  • Ritz Carlton Announces Sips Wine Bar, to open Labor Day

    A new wine bar is set to open at the posh Ritz Carlton residences at 801 Key Highway. Joseph Graziose, senior vice president for RXR Realty, developers of the Ritz, says that an independently-owned restaurant, Sip Wine Shop & Restaurant, has purchased the...
  • 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)....
  • Roberto's

    Roberto's
    We first heard about Roberto’s from the Mount Washington Google group (City Paper’s 2013 Best Sometimes Racist Google Group) back in May. It seemed the place popped up in Mount Washington Village out of nowhere and was proffering pizza, but...
  • Soft Shell Crab Week Starts Today

    You know the seasons have changed when Baltimore restaurants start promoting soft-shells: ¬†Get ready for the Downtown Partnership's annual Official Soft Shell Crab Week, which goes from today until June 1st—technically 10 days, but I think Baltimore...
  • Chef Shakeup at Ten Ten and Fleet Street Kitchen

    [caption id="attachment_21791" align="alignleft" width="300"] Cunningham's (photo by J.M. Giordano)[/caption] The Bagby Restaurant Group has been busy this year—opening their new Towson standout Cunningham's, adding a bakery, creating a more...
  • Pabu to look like Ouzo Bay, LAMILL to be completely renovated

    Pabu to look like Ouzo Bay, LAMILL to be completely renovated
    As Greek philosopher Heraclitus said: "There is nothing permanent except change." After a weekend of absorbing the news that Pabu and LAMILL are closing, we were finally able to get an early idea about what those planned changes are. Alex Smith and George...
  • Bryan Voltaggio To Open Baltimore’s Aggio June 28

    Bryan Voltaggio—Top Chef runner-up, James Beard Finalist, and overall Maryland chef heavy hitter—is finally set unveil his first foray into Baltimore when he opens the doors of Aggio on Saturday, June 28. Similar to his DC restaurant of the...
  • Artifact Goes New England with Blue Bellies Takeover

    Artifact Goes New England with Blue Bellies Takeover
    Tonight and tomorrow Artifact will keep their run of pop-ups going when Alison Kirby, owner of the Nantucket-based Blue Bellies food truck, takes over the space for a northeast-style cookout. More of a casual affair than the recent Aggiofact, the food...
  • USA vs. Belgium: Where to Watch

    USA vs. Belgium: Where to Watch
    The USA has done what everyone thought impossible, advancing to the second round (the knockout stage) of the World Cup and giving us more excuses to hit bars on weekdays—as if we needed any. USA now takes on Belgium this Tuesday at 4 p.m. (just in...
  • The Mail 7/2/14

    The Mail 7/2/14
    Traffic Studies Khayree Robinson is just a microcosm of the kids-at-intersections problem ("Down on the Corner," Feature, June 25) here in Baltimore City and County. This has been going on for years, and not just at North and Mount Royal avenues. Little...
  • 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...