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  • Get Wine-Smart at the Maryland Science Center

    Ever wonder what all the wine swirling and sniffing is about? If so, check out Science Uncorked: Sight & Smell, the latest in a series of wine tasting and food pairing events sponsored by the Maryland Science Center, on Thursday, Sept. 8, at 7:00 p.m....
  • The Grand Prix Fixe

    Happy hours, burger specials, and half-price wine nights have become a fixture around town.  But a recent email from the Wine Market announcing $35 prix fixe dinners reminded us that there are more elegant ways for the cash-strapped to have an evening...
  • 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,...
  • What's good today? "He Said Beer, She Said Wine," Lawrence Weschler, Aaron Camper

    [caption id="attachment_20702" align="alignright" width="300"] Credit: Instagram.[/caption] Sommeliers and head bartenders are basically like the Jets and the Sharks, or so we've been told. As part of He Said Beer, She Said Wine at Wit & Wisdom, bartender...
  • FELLS POINT

    FELLS POINT
    Ale Mary’s 1939 Fleet St., (410) 276-2044, alemarys.com $$, L, D, BR, Out, 10 p.m. A dollar goes a long way on food here—huge entrees and lots of rib-sticking sides, including a wide array of tater tots. Alexander’s Tavern 710 S....
  • BULLISH ON BALTIMORE

    BULLISH ON BALTIMORE
    No one has had a bigger impact on Baltimore dining than restaurateurs Tony Foreman and partner (and ex-wife) Cindy Wolf. The Foreman-Wolf team currently have five restaurants in Baltimore—Petit Louis, Charleston, Pazo, Cinghiale, and the latest,...
  • HAMPDEN/REMINGTON

    HAMPDEN/REMINGTON
    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....
  • Liv2Eat skips the shortcuts

    Liv2Eat (1444 Light St., [443]449-7129, liv2eat.com) opened last November without much buzzy fanfare, which is a bit surprising considering its Twitter-friendly moniker. It may be that the restaurant's condensed name actually does the place a disservice....
  • The grape may never attain the cachet of cabernet sauvignon or pinot noir, but zin lovers enjoy celebrating quirkiness.

    Zinfandel devotees have the slightly off-kilter mindsets of perennial underdogs. Perhaps that's because their favorite grape, long considered an American original, has now been genetically identified with Italy's primitivo and a Croatian variety whose...
  • Tony Foreman dishes on his favorite places to eat and slams D.C. dining

    No one has had a bigger impact on Baltimore dining than restaurateurs Tony Foreman and partner (and ex-wife) Cindy Wolf. The Foreman-Wolf team currently have five restaurants in Baltimore-Petit Louis, Charleston, Pazo, Cinghiale, and the latest, opening...
  • Pair of Choux, Grazing, and Local Pours

    Pair of Choux Susannah Siger made many women smile nearly a decade ago when she married the unlikely but oh-so-right coupling of shoes and chocolate under one retail roof. Now she's added another passion to the mix: authentic French pastries served up...
  • Chardonnay

    My wife has schooled me on the ABCs of white wine, ABC in this case standing for "anything but chardonnay." By all accounts, chard remains the most widely planted grape and best-selling wine-red or white-in the U.S. Cultivated throughout the wine world,...