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  • 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...
  • A Horseshoe Up My Ass: 24 hours at Baltimore's shiny new casino

    A Horseshoe Up My Ass: 24 hours at Baltimore's shiny new casino
    Since it is open 24 hours, I proposed to The Editors of City Paper that I would occupy the new Horseshoe Casino on Russell Street for 24 hours straight as a paying customer, even though this is not a full-fledged casino, technically. I don’t mean to...
  • Angelo Pizza announces Angelo's Pie In the Sky restaurant, to open by Thanksgiving

    Angelo Pizza announces Angelo's Pie In the Sky restaurant, to open by Thanksgiving
    Important BREAKING PIZZA NEWS: Documents have been delivered to the City Paper Pizza Desk, announcing the imminent opening of a new restaurant in the star-crossed Grandview restaurant space, high atop St. Mary’s Roland View Towers apartment building...
  • The City Paper staff reviews Flying Dog's Otterbein's beers

    The City Paper staff reviews Flying Dog's Otterbein's beers
    Here at the City Paper offices in The Baltimore Sun, we get tons of free stuff: books, movies, CDs, and other tchotchkes, everything sent to us with the hope we'll write about it. Most of it has nothing to do with Baltimore, and all that junk ends up...
  • Kimberly Sheridan has dedicated her life to bringing victims of gun violence to light through portraits

    Kimberly Sheridan has dedicated her life to bringing victims of gun violence to light through portraits
    In one way, the front room of Kimberly Sheridan’s Pigtown home is almost empty. There is a futon frame with no cushion and a dresser with an easel on it. Blankets hang from the ceiling to cover the door to another room and the staircase. But the...
  • Is Shell Raiser, the new craft beer brewed by Heavy Seas for Greene Turtle, actually good? Shell yeah it is

    Is Shell Raiser, the new craft beer brewed by Heavy Seas for Greene Turtle, actually good? Shell yeah it is
    Since City Paper is Baltimore's Most Cynical Newspaper (sorry, Brew, you're not a newspaper), expectations weren't exactly elevated when we arrived at the Arundel Mills Corporate Park on a cloudy Thursday to taste what The City That Drinks would...
  • Early chef changes at Le Garage and Bookmakers Cocktail Club

    Early chef changes at Le Garage and Bookmakers Cocktail Club
    In somewhat surprising news, after being open less than six weeks, Bookmakers Cocktail Club is already making chef changes. Even more surprising is that our selection of Best Chef, Sarah Acconcia, from Le Garage—our winner for this year's Best New...
  • Pho-King Great: Saigon Today fills an Asian-cuisine void in Canton

    Pho-King Great: Saigon Today fills an Asian-cuisine void in Canton
    Wandering into corner bars in Canton often means a night of burgers and beers, with or without a glowing jukebox or a band with an amplifier that seems to work well enough to hear the cover tunes all the way in Fells Point. While I’ve never been one...
  • Breweries and Wineries

    Breweries and Wineries
    Only in the past couple of decades have Baltimore’s beer-making roots made a comeback, trading the bygone Canton-based National Brewing Company (proud maker of lawnmower beers like Colt 45 and of course National Bohemian) for smaller-scale...
  • Nightlife

    Nightlife
    Over the next few pages, you’ll see Baltimore’s bars split up into easy-to-understand categories (dive, sports, booze, swanky, and gay). This is helpful for those new to the city, but as soon as you venture out on your own, slicing and...
  • Shopping

    Shopping
    The other day we heard ourselves saying, “Medfield is the new Hampden,” which was not at all what we meant to say (beer) but it makes about as much sense as the nonsensical “Baltimore is the new Brooklyn.” Screw Williamsburg;...
  • Places To Stay

    Places To Stay
    We don’t always get the chance to stay in hotels in our own city. But whether it’s the result of burst pipes  or collapsed streets, quite a few Baltimoreans got to experience our city’s hospitality first hand over the past year. And...