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    Picnic basket (optional) It’s not a picnic without Fried Chicken. Okay, it’s a picnic without fried chicken but then people would be saying “where is the fried chicken?” We got ours at Chuckies. We’re not sure how much it...
  • Charleston, Ra Sushi, Ten Ten, and more

    Bagby Pizza Co. 1006 Fleet St., (410) 605-0444, bagbypizza.com $$, L, D, Out Bagby is the pizza place you wish was in your own neighborhood. Pie crusts are cracker thin, pastas and salads are homemade and generous, and service aims to please....
  • New Federal Hill restaurant/bar has a split personality

    Cowboys and Rednecks Pub 1117 S. Charles St., [410] 223-2269 More at weekly.citypaper.com No one would expect a place called Cowboys and Rednecks Pub to be urbane. With the deer head on the wall, Montgomery Gentry on the sound system, and a Hungry Hog...
  • Barracudas, Harborque, The Wine Market, and more

    Barracudas: A Locust Point Tavern 1230 E. Fort Ave., (410) 685-2832, cudabarracuda.com $$, L, D This small Locust Point neighborhood spot serves pubby standards with a few beachy twists (jerk chicken pasta) and some serious local flavor (coddies)....
  • A year and a chef change later, Inner Harbor East restaurant and wine bar remains one of Baltimore's best

    Vino Rosina 507 S. Exeter St., (410) 528-8600, vinorosina.com More at weekly.citypaper.com It’s been just over a year since I reviewed Vino Rosina, Jim Lancaster’s glittering wine bar and restaurant in the Bagby Building and recipient of...
  • The only serious reservation about the Olive Room is the room

    Olive Room 803 S. Caroline St., [443] 681-6316, theblackolive.com/inn/olive_room.html More at weekly.citypaper.com Do hamburgers taste better in dives than in dining rooms? Do martinis shimmer colder at steakhouses? Must fine dining mean fancy decor...
  • . . . and hopefully better and cheaper, thanks to our guide to liquor stores

    Student Life and your parents will remind you ad nauseum to make smart decisions when you drink. And you should. But that doesn’t mean you have to be careless in your spending. A cursory search reveals that there are 431 (!) liquor stores, give or...
  • Bin 604

    604 S. Exeter St., (410) 576-0444, bin604.com A cozy wine closet we’d one day like to own a smaller version of in our cellar, with a proximity to Whole Foods’ healthful shopping that makes for an easy Harbor East one-stop weekend stock-up,...
  • Grand Cru

    527 E. Belvedere Ave., (410) 464-1944, grandcrubaltimore.com Not too many places around town call themselves wine bars and with good reason. But Grand Cru is the real deal. Witness the carefully selected wine list that offers a rotating roster of...
  • The City that Eats, whether someone's cracking crabs on an old copy of City Paper at a bus stop bench, feasting on a first date at one of our fancier farm-to-table affairs, or seeking out the newest food truck, Baltimore loves its grub.

    We think "The City that Eats," might make a better moniker than that old chestnut about the literacy of the city. Whether someone's cracking crabs on an old copy of City Paper at a bus stop bench, feasting on a first date at one of our fancier farm-to-...
  • Alchemy, The Dizz, Holy Frijoles!, and more

    13.5 Wine Bar 1117 W. 36th St., (410) 889-1064, 13.5winebar.com $$, D, Out, 10 p.m. The Avenue gets a very well-done wine list, along with a very well-turned-out menu of gourmet nibbles, pizzas, and entrées. Alchemy 1011 W. 36th St., (410) 366-1163,...
  • Smoky flavors dominate North Baltimore outlet's upscale pizza and burgers

    Artisanal wood-fired pizza has become a popular cuisine in the past decade and it's a more than welcome trend. Gone are the days when pizza at a restaurant meant canned red sauce, bag mozzarella, and pepperoni, served on a frozen prebaked crust. These...