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  • Labor Day ushers in the best beach time of the year

    Battling the end-of-summer blues? Here's my prescription: Head downy ocean, where Labor Day ushers in the best beach time of the year. Spend a September weekend (or three) enjoying the mellower crowds, the slanting sunlight, the summer-warmed surf, and...
  • "Your brand becomes known by your lowest common denominator. If a bad bottling gets to market, people won't give you a second chance."

    A stiff wind scruffs up the audio, and there's some telltale jumpiness of video shot with a smartphone, but Drew Baker's video blog from December 2009 is oddly captivating. "I'm currently sitting on the roof of my parents' house in Westminster, Maryland,"...
  • Also featuring: 2012 Top Twelve Wines

    1. The Fork and Wrench (2322 Boston St., [443] 759-9360, theforkandwrench.com) The huge corner rowhouse on Boston Street that was once the Good Love, and more recently Pur Lounge, took a long time for the owners of F&W to finally get right, but get it...
  • 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....
  • HARBOR EAST

    HARBOR EAST
    Bagby Pizza Co. 1006 Fleet St., (410) 605-0444, bagbypizza.com $$, L, D, Out 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. Charleston...
  • 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...
  • Mount Vernon shop owner reinvents the old MacGillivray's Pharmacy with the help of neighbors

    Six months ago, Vicki Schassler carted a leather couch from her house, on Monument Street, to Spirits of Mount Vernon, the wine shop at the corner of Charles and Read streets that she opened in 2005. The couch faces the store's wine racks; its back...
  • From expansive decks to a few tables on the sidewalk by the door, aka "dining a la curb"

    Federal Hill Bluegrass Tavern Magerk’s Pub and Grill Metropolitan CoffeeHouse and Wine Bar Mr. Rain’s Fun House Mother’s Federal Hill Grille Regi’s American Bistro The Reserve Stalking Horse Thai Arroy Thai Yum South...
  • The results are in and and the votes have been counted from the 2012 Best of Baltimore Readers Poll

    Baltimore Living Best Reason To Live In Baltimore 1) People 2) Affordable Best Reason To Leave Baltimore 1) Crime 2) Taxes Best Neighborhood 1) Hampden 2) Mt. Vernon Best Place To Work 1) Under Armour 2) Johns Hopkins Hospital Best Local Landmark...
  • You really appreciate the bar scene in Baltimore when you spend time in a city without one. Baltimore has most of your subtle shades of drinking needs covered.

    You really appreciate the bar scene in Baltimore when you spend time in a city without one. Take Philadelphia for example. The restaurant scene is top-notch, light years ahead of our own, but you can traverse entire neighborhoods before coming across a...