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  • Dining Out This Weekend

    Baltimore Restaurant Week kicks off again today, running through Sunday, Aug. 14, with prix-fixe dinners for $35.11 and lunches for $20.11. Participating restaurants include the Dogwood, the Black Olive, Mr. Rain's Fun House, Salt, b, Jack's Bistro, the...
  • Restaurant Round-up

    Happy Hours: On June 2 Petit Louis Bistro will host a French cocktail hour from 5–7 p.m. featuring free hors d'oeuvres (gougère, paté maison) and $5 cocktails, including kir royale, Pernod, Ricard, and a cocktail maison, as part of a national...
  • Restaurant Week Extended

    If you didn't get to take advantage of Restaurant Week's $35.11 prix-fixe dinners and $20.11 lunches, there's still a chance. Nearly half of this round's participating restaurants have decided to extend their Restaurant Week specials beyond the Aug. 14,...
  • 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...
  • Mount Washington's the Falls Closes

    [caption id="attachment_10555" align="alignleft" width="290" caption="Photograph by Sam Holden"][/caption] After a brief two-year run, the Falls has closed its doors. The restaurant announced the closure via Facebook this morning. Although no specific...
  • Food-Truck Round-Up

    Richard Gorelick over at the Sun has been keeping a close watch on the controversies and victories of Baltimore's food trucks. Yesterday, he posted about the Gathering, a food truck rally organized by Damian Bohager, proprietor of the Silver Platter...
  • Corks Closes After 14 Years

    [caption id="attachment_11642" align="alignleft" width="300" caption="Jerry Pellegrino. Courtesy Corks."][/caption] Several years after an extensive interior renovation, Corks Restaurant closed on Wednesday, Dec. 21, after 14 years in its Federal Hill...
  • Baltimore Food Trucks Rally for SPCA

    On Friday, March 23, the Maryland SPCA is hosting an on-site Baltimore Food Truck Rally at its facility at 3300 Falls Road from 5-8 p.m. Participating food trucks include Souper Freak, the Gypsy Queen Café, GrrChe, Iced Gems Creations, Kooper's...
  • Food Shows Focus on Baltimore

    [caption id="attachment_11108" align="alignleft" width="300" caption="Gordon Ramsay"][/caption] Baltimore restaurants are having their moment in the television spotlight recently. The Baltimore Sun reported this morning that Gordon Ramsay will be...
  • Ten Years Ago in City Paper: Feb. 27, 2002

    City Paper's 2002 Eat dining-guide issue features two meaty packages by food critic Michelle Gienow. In her Apocalypse Chow package in the paper, Gienow proclaims her affinity for off-the-beaten-track eateries, reviewing Toby's Diner, Beltway Motel and...
  • Bunches of Brunches

    'Tis the season for eggs and French toast? It sure is feeling like it with several new brunches being offered recently. It's not on the Café Hon web site yet, but according to the flier left at my door last weekend, the recently Gordon Ramsay-fied Hampden...