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  • Harbor East

    Harbor East
    Bagby Pizza Co. 1006 Fleet St., (410) 605-0444, bagbypizza.com $$, L, D, Out, 10 p.m. Bagby’s is rightfully known for its brick-oven pizza (try the spicy shrimp or the goat cheese-prosciutto), but don’t miss their spectacular salads....
  • Little Italy

    Little Italy
    Aldo’s 306 S. High St., (410) 727-0700, aldositaly.com $$$, D, R Start with cream of asparagus soup and the cold cheese-cave antipasto, then splurge with the tournedos Rossini filet mignon dish, holding your nose over the foie gras.  Amicci&...
  • Remington/Station North

    Remington/Station North
    Be-One Korean B.B.Q. Restaurant 2016 Maryland Ave., (410) 244-5600 $$, L, D The smell of sizzling meat is exactly what you look for in Korean barbecue. Be-One delivers with the highly recommended B.B.Q. Set A: cha dol (brisket), galbi (beef ribs),...
  • Mount Vernon/Bolton Hill

    Mount Vernon/Bolton Hill
    The 13th Floor 1 E. Chase St., (410) 347-0880, 13floorbelvedere.com $$$, D, R This remodeled and reinvented institution finally makes use of what may be the best view in Baltimore. Eat risotto, duck confit, or braised shortrib atop the historic...
  • South Baltimore/Silo Point

    South Baltimore/Silo Point
    Barracudas: A Locust Point Tavern 1230 E. Fort Ave., (410) 685-2832, cudabarracuda.com $$, L, D, Br You can find Old Bay fries all over town, but seldom do you see a coddie anymore. Barracudas serves ’em up, along with pit beef sandwiches and...
  • Introduction

    Introduction
    The explosion in foodie culture has been good to Baltimore. Time was, going out to dinner here was largely a choice between one of a couple neighborhood standbys or venturing into the “ethnic” wilds of Little Italy. Now, we have an explosion...
  • 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...
  • 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)....
  • Gitan Bistro Cru

    Gitan Bistro Cru
    Gitan Bistro Cru 800 S. Kenwood Ave., (410) 276-1200 A two-dollar white sangria in an air-conditioned bistro can be a beautiful thing, especially after a few hours of research in a government office building and a 40-minute hot-pavement walk on a 95-...
  • Review: Pazo

    Review: Pazo
    Nearly 10 years old, Pazo (1425 Aliceanna St., [410] 534-7296, pazorestaurant.com) has reached what could be considered midlife in the restaurant world—no small achievement in a city that has seen dining establishments come and go and in an...
  • Please, Sir, More New Restaurants

    In what feels like a lackluster summer for Baltimore's restaurant scene, here come several openings (and one re-opening)  to celebrate. The Verandah takes the place of Soup's On on Hampden's 36th Street. Owned by Rustic Gourmet's Radhika Sule, the current...
  • Perring Place Closes

    It appears that Peter Angelos' venerable Perring Place Restaurant (2305 Cleanleigh Dr., [410] 661-0630) has closed after 44 years of business. A "closed" sign was posted on the restaurant's door on Sunday, according to several local businesses, and no one...