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  • 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...
  • New Food Trucks!

    [caption id="attachment_11223" align="alignleft" width="232" caption="Courtesy @road2seoul"][/caption] Add two more food trucks to the convoy: road2seoul,  "serving authentic Korean BBQ in Baltimore City," and Greenhouse Cafe,  "the best of natural and...
  • New Eats Come to Harbor East

    Harbor East never slows down. Last week, PABU (725 Aliceanna St., [410] 223-1460, michaelmina.net/restaurants/locations/pabu.php), the latest restaurant associated with the Four Seasons Hotel, opened its doors to the public. Next week, look for the...
  • Bobby Flay’s Bobby’s Burger Palace Opens in Maryland Live! Casino

    [caption id="attachment_13769" align="alignleft" width="290" caption="Bobby Flay"][/caption] Risking your cash on games of chance is one thing, but risking those same dollars (and your stomach) on a chancy lunch at a casino is another. Lucky for local...
  • Don’t Forget Your Mama

    Panic not. There's a whole business week until Mother's Day. But it's time to make a plan. Here are a few restaurant brunch specials that have shown up in our inbox recently that are sure to make your mom feel like queen for a day. The Wine Market (921 E....
  • License approved, Berger factory to reopen; only non-critical violations found

    The Baltimore City Health Department approved a new license for the Berger cookie factory Wednesday morning, and the coveted cookies--which had been going for $25 a box on eBay during the shutdown--should return to store shelves soon. The license was...
  • Psst: Fleet Street Kitchen and Ten Ten Bistro offer secret menus Friday night

    Fleet Street Kitchen and Ten Ten Bistro are trying to capture the clandestine vibe of a secret supper with their seasonal chefs menus this Friday night only. Both of the Bagby Group restaurants (both helmed by new chefs) will offer special prix fixe,...
  • Explore the many ways to celebrate American Craft Beer Week

    This week marks the celebration of a made-up marketing gimmick, but one that's a little easier to swallow than many: American Craft Beer Week, from May 13-19. High-end beer-drinking opportunities abound. Old standby Max's Taphouse highlights a different...
  • Brunch (and more) at Bluegrass Tavern

    Last week, we went to Bluegrass Tavern (1500 S. Hanover St., [410] 244-5101, bluegrasstavern.com)  to check out their new spring menu, but started with the charcuterie plate (happy hour is four items for $10) and some rye at the bar (The Willett rye is...
  • Food with a view (of the fireworks)

    Some of the tastiest views in town for the fireworks come at a price – or with careful planning. For some, the best way to enjoy the sparklers is with a full belly at a ringside restaurant seat. Here are a few suggestions, though no guarantees...
  • Vino Rosina to close, Sandlin planning new restaurant

    Vino Rosina will close on July 20th after three years. But Jesse Sandlin, the Top Chef alum who opened the Harbor East spot, left for a spell and returned, is closing the place with glee in her voice and a glint in her eye. When the the wine-focused,...