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  • Azumi delivers inventive and beautiful Japanese cuisine, but it's not without missteps

    Azumi delivers inventive and beautiful Japanese cuisine, but it's not without missteps
    When you walk into Azumi (725 Aliceanna St., [443] 220-0477,, one of the first things you see is a starkly lit row of orange Japanese kanji characters above the bar that roughly translates to “In order to catch a tiger’s cub, you must first enter its den”—whose English equivalent would be “nothing ventured, nothing gained.” And if the décor, service, and food we had is any indication, Azumi has definitely entered the den in bold fashion, but some missteps leave it just short of grasping the cub by its fur.
  • Harbor East

    Harbor East
    Apropoe’s at the Baltimore Marriott Waterfront 700 Aliceanna St., (410) 895-1879 $$$, B, L, D Presumably catering primarily to Marriott guests, Apropoe’s features a good crab cake to get them oriented to Baltimore properly. Azumi 725...

    The Mail 12/24/14

    The Mail 12/24/14
    Plea for Hope I wanted to weigh in on these police shootings (“This is What Democracy Looks Like,” Feature, Nov. 10). For years, the police have been doing the same things and nothing has really changed.  In 2004, my cousin Dexter Hill was...

    Comings and Goings: Hamilton's Herb and Soul, a new Mount Vernon marketplace, Bmore hops on the french fry craze

    - Chefs and restaurateurs Brandon Taylor, David Thomas, and Yuri Chernov are bringing an express version of their Parkville restaurant Herb & Soul to Hamilton, where they will be showcasing a carryout version of their Southern fusion menu. Located at 5429...


    Eating out in Baltimore was, for a long time, a mostly predictable and provincial enterprise: Local seafood and a handful of regional specialties like soft crabs, crab soup, and crab cakes, plus tried-and-true riffs on continental cuisine, were the best...