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  • From the Counties

    From the Counties
    An Poitin Stil  2323 York Road, Timonium, (410) 560-7900, thestilltimonium.com $$, L, D, BR, P, Out, 10 p.m. Your nicely appointed, dark wood-with-fireplace and live music sit-down place where you can get an Irish stew or a quesadilla. Strong drinks....
  • Hampden/Woodberry

    Hampden/Woodberry
    13.5 Wine Bar 1117 W. 36th St., (410) 889-1064, 13.5winebar.com $$, D, Out, 10 p.m. Yes, the star of this bar is the wine list, and man, it is a helluva wine list. But the gourmet snacks, pizzas, and entrees make for nice pairings. Alchemy 1011 W....
  • 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....
  • 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),...
  • 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...
  • More Hours to be Happy at Wine Market

    The Wine Market (921 E. Fort Ave, [410] 244-6166) has just extended its happy hour to include Sundays. This means that every day but Friday, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., patrons can enjoy small plates and select wines by the glass for $4 each. The restaurant...
  • Spring Wine Tastings

    Yeah, we know Baltimore's history as a beer-loving town, but the next few weeks offer plenty of tasting opportunities for those who love the fruit of the vine. Here is the down and dirty on several: Where: The Wine Market 921 E. Fort Ave. What: WineD Up,...
  • Fed Hill's Brewer's Cask adds wine bar

    In January, Brewer's Cask in Fed Hill (1236 Light Street)—City Paper's Best New Bar in 2012—changed ownership to Bill and Elle Grose. And, in exciting news for a wino like myself, they've opened an upstairs wine bar. The main floor of the...
  • Birroteca goes vegan, offers round two of Beer vs. Wine

    Last month, Birroteca hosted Hops vs. Grapes vol. I, pitting brews from Union against vino from Tenth Harvest. No winner was declared, but perhaps it's notable that Tenth Harvest, "Hailing from the European Boot" is back for vol. II, this time facing...
  • Ritz Carlton Announces Sips Wine Bar, to open Labor Day

    A new wine bar is set to open at the posh Ritz Carlton residences at 801 Key Highway. Joseph Graziose, senior vice president for RXR Realty, developers of the Ritz, says that an independently-owned restaurant, Sip Wine Shop & Restaurant, has purchased the...
  • The Mail 7/2/14

    The Mail 7/2/14
    Traffic Studies Khayree Robinson is just a microcosm of the kids-at-intersections problem ("Down on the Corner," Feature, June 25) here in Baltimore City and County. This has been going on for years, and not just at North and Mount Royal avenues. Little...
  • Dining

    Dining
    Once upon a time, local food in Baltimore meant sauerkraut and Berger cookies, pit beef and crabs slathered in Old Bay. Today, it still means all that, but also fermented radishes and pigs that spend their lives foraging for acorns in the woods. As each...