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  • Broadway Liquors

    628 S. Broadway, (410) 563-1212 Sure, Bin 604, with its highly educational monthly and seasonal cases of selected wines, is hard to beat on the wine-shop front. And local wine bars, like V-No, 13.5%, and the Chesapeake Wine Company, are quite helpful, the...
  • Vino Rosina's delicious, charming parts make for a satisfying whole

    Vino Rosina’s (507 S. Exeter St., [410] 528-8600, vinorosina.com) menu isn’t large. The dining room feels a shade wider than the average rowhouse. Its tables number only a dozen or so. And yet, as sometimes happens, this small restaurant makes...
  • New Towson Italian spot impresses with its fish

    Taste Mediterranean Grille 28 Allegheny Ave., Suite C, Towson, (410) 830-4091, tastemediterraneangrille.com More at weekly.citypaper.com Taste Mediterranean Grille is a new Italian restaurant with an old-world soul. Housed in the former Café Troia space...
  • Vino Rosina

    507 S. Exeter St., (410) 528-8600, vinorosina.com In a testament to trends popping up in Baltimore after they've hit and died everywhere else, a number of wine bars have opened up in town recently. We like them all-newbies and stalwarts such as Wine...
  • 2010 Readers Poll Winners

    Best Local Fashion Boutique Winner: doubledutch Boutique, 3616 Falls Road, (410) 554-0055, doubledutchboutique.com 2nd: (tie) Cloud 9 and Cupcake 3rd: Fells Point Surf Co. Best Local Children's Clothing Store Winner: Corduroy Button, 1628 Thames St.,...
  • Box wine improves (which is easy to do, considering . . .)

    I Like wine. I drink it every day: a glass with dinner, often another glass—or more, depending on the kind of day it’s been—after. Given my fairly steady consumption, I buy by the case and make a game of finding the best wine I can...
  • Mick Collins tackles techno with the Dirtbombs' double bass and drums bombast

    Some bread and cheese and fine white wine Designer chic is a matter of time Could this be the real thing? Or is this just another fling? In 1980, a group of young black men from Detroit recorded a dance tune. Rather than the waning American disco scene...
  • Best Chef, Best New Restaurant, Best Fancy Restaurant, Best Cheap Lunch, Best Outdoor Dining, and more.

    Best Chef Cindy Wolf She may not have a Food Network show or have made a run at Top Chef, but in the past 15 years Cindy Wolf has proven herself a powerhouse in Baltimore cuisine. Along with husband Tony Foreman, Wolf has amassed a local culinary empire....
  • Best New Bar, Best Bars by Neighborhood, Best Dive Bar, Best Beer selection, Best Wine Bar, and more.

    Best New Bar Johnny Rad’s 2108 Eastern Ave., (443) 759-6464, johnnyrads.com Sometime you walk into a bar and you can just tell immediately that you are in some other person’s dream bar, a guest in their vision. Like, a place sketched out...
  • Yet another adroit, innovative old-fashioned/newfangled spot succeeds

    Federal Hill’s Bluegrass Tavern (1500 S. Hanover St., [410] 244-5101, bluegrasstavern.com) is a place to see and be seen. I mention this right away, because on a warm Tuesday night when diners included a local magazine editor and staff from...
  • Best Women's Clothing Store, Best Men's Clothing Store, Best Tailor, Best Thrift Store, Best Portal to a Previous Era's Wardrobe, and more.

    Best Women’s Clothing Store Doubledutch 3616 Falls Road, (410) 554-0055, doubledutchboutique.com Form left the Avenue. Shine left the Avenue and then the retail world. The face of women’s clothing in Hampden has changed a lot recently. Thank...
  • Viognier rides wave of record vineyard growth into your glass

     Viognier rides wave of record vineyard growth into your glass
    In the beginning, wine was like ice cream; there was only chocolate and vanilla — aka cabernet sauvignon and chardonnay. When people wanted a red wine, they asked for cabernet. When they wanted white wine, for chardonnay. This lasted for years....