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  • Hangover Helper: City Cafe offers brunch every day, and we're hung up on its breakfast burritos and Huevos rancheros

    Hangover Helper: City Cafe offers brunch every day, and we're hung up on its breakfast burritos and Huevos rancheros
    It's not a scoop to say that City Cafe has good fucking brunch. But what you may not know is that they now serve brunch as part of the lunch menu every day, until 3 p.m., because they know that sometimes you might have a hangover on a Tuesday or...
  • Hooch: Expanding our gin knowledge

    Hooch: Expanding our gin knowledge
    Forget everything you think you know about gin. OK, maybe you don’t have to go that far. Maybe you’ve been out in front of the crush of developments (and redevelopments) in this tipple from the Middle Ages as it collides with 21st-century...
  • At a once-dive-bar location, Bar Liquorice elevates casual fare

    At a once-dive-bar location, Bar Liquorice elevates casual fare
    We are not ones to usually start our dinner with a bowl full of sweetness. But on a recent visit to Bar Liquorice (801 E. Fort Ave, [443] 708-1675, barliquorice.com), when owner Jeffrey Cahill learned that it was our first time at the bar, he insisted...
  • Get a taste of wheat whiskeys Wednesday night at Johnny's Restaurant

    Get a taste of wheat whiskeys Wednesday night at Johnny's Restaurant
    For those of you that don't venture up to Roland Park often, it may be news that Johnny's Restaurant holds a monthly Whiskey Wednesday, and this month's is a doozy, featuring the rare world of wheat whiskeys. A whiskey can only be labeled wheat if it...
  • This Week in Alts: Overcrowding in Nashville schools, the gay wing of an L.A. jail, and more

    This Week in Alts: Overcrowding in Nashville schools, the gay wing of an L.A. jail, and more
    There's been a lot of bad news in the world of alt-weeklies over the past month or so: The San Francisco Bay Guardian closed abruptly in October. The same day, the Knoxville News Sentinel announced that it was shutting down the alt-weekly Metro Pulse. But...
  • Snackcrafting: A recipe for making hoppy honey butter

    Snackcrafting: A recipe for making hoppy honey butter
    Snackcrafting is a blog series about culinary creativity with a dash of arts-and-crafts panache. Fill your pantry, fridge, and freezer with homemade goodies to eat and share. Hops are pretty awesome, in case you hadn't noticed. Hoppy IPAs from...
  • Fleet Street Kitchen announces new executive chef

    Fleet Street Kitchen announces new executive chef
    The chef shake-ups keep on coming: In addition to the recent changes at Bookmakers and Le Garage, the Bagby Restaurant Group announced today that the chef de cuisine at Cunningham's, Michael Correll, was promoted to executive chef at another one of its...
  • Clementine takes diners around the globe with its new Twirl Around The World Tuesdays special

    Clementine takes diners around the globe with its new Twirl Around The World Tuesdays special
    We usually don't write about weekly specials—there are plenty of good ones around the city—but it recently caught our eye that the Hamilton restaurant Clementine has supplanted its popular Taco Tuesdays and started leading diners on a food...
  • Jimmy John's workers fight for a union

    Jimmy John's workers fight for a union
    On Sunday, Oct. 19, as Ravens fans meandered around the chilly Inner Harbor in advance of the game set to begin later that afternoon, about two dozen workers and community supporters formed a picket line outside the Jimmy John’s sandwich shop on...
  • Grille Twelve 24, a new eatery in Mount Vernon, promises exotic sandwiches and Peruvian chicken

    Grille Twelve 24, a new eatery in Mount Vernon, promises exotic sandwiches and Peruvian chicken
    With success of Puerto 511 downtown and the Highlandtown favorite Chicken Rico opening its second spot next to Power Plant, Peruvian cuisine seems to be creeping throughout the city. Now, with the imminent opening of Grille Twelve 24 (1224 N. Charles St.)...
  • Forget the rest--what about the cook? A food review of Annex Theater's "The Cook, The Thief, His Wife, and Her Lover"

    Forget the rest--what about the cook? A food review of Annex Theater's "The Cook, The Thief, His Wife, and Her Lover"
    So we totally dug Annex Theater's production of the Peter Greenaway film "The Cook, The Thief, His Wife, and Her Lover." But while our review of the production mentioned the food and the brilliance of serving food during this particular drama—...
  • Horseshoe Casino's celebrity-chef restaurants provide wildly different results

    Horseshoe Casino's celebrity-chef restaurants provide wildly different results
    Gambling is only one of the attractions at the new Horseshoe Casino (1525 Russell St., [443] 931-4200, caesars.com/baltimore). Besides poker tables and penny slots, the complex also aspires to be a dining destination with five restaurants, including two...