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Lexington Market

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  • Cross Street Market

    Despite the fact that it's been a decade since I left South Baltimore, I consider Cross Street my "home" market (1065 S. Charles St.). I spent countless long, hazy weekday afternoons perched on a stool at Nick's Seafood-usually in the company of a few...
  • GrrChe, Gypsy Queen Cafe, Kommie Pig, Souper Freak, and more.

    Busia's Kitchen @busiaskitchen, busiaskitchen.com A Polish food truck? Tak! That means yes in Polish, but you won't need to translate to order delicious cheese pierogi, golabki, and even simple hot dogs. The Polish platter is tremendous and cheap....
  • 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...
  • We would like to express our profound disappointment at the exclusion of Clementine from your dining guide.

    We would like to express our profound disappointment at the exclusion of Clementine from your dining guide (Eat, March 6). As they are listed in the index, we can only assume the oversight was inadvertent. Nonetheless, you do the excellent staff and...
  • The scoop on over 300 local restaurants and food trucks

    People have been eating out in Baltimore for a long time-since the first inhabitants stumbled upon the fertile land, got hungry, and looked to "grab a bite." The choices have improved considerably since then. In this year's dining guide, we list over 300...
  • Michael Gonzales goes way back to 1979 in this week's feature story about his first love... on the Block.

    Michael Gonzales goes way back to 1979 in this week's feature story about his first love... on the Block. And in City Folk, J.M. Giordano reports on Charlie Demby, the first black door man on the Block, a former drug-dealer and Black Panther. In...
  • Prepare to get hungry, Baltimore, cause we're hitting you with a heapin' helpin' of Cheap Eats from Baltimore's markets on their 250th anniversary.

    Holy cow! And pig, and duck, and chicken, and even goat! Prepare to get hungry, Baltimore, cause we're hitting you with a heapin' helpin' of Cheap Eats from Baltimore's markets on their 250th anniversary. We take you through each of the city's markets-...
  • Bearings Craft Fair, Hangover Brunch, Water-Skiing Santa, and more.

    $1 or Less Days. For less than $1, visit downtown museums and attractions, including the Babe Ruth Museum, Baltimore Museum of Industry, Christmas Village in Baltimore, Geppi's Entertainment Museum, Historic Ships in Baltimore, the Jewish Museum of...
  • There are no really good or authentic burrito or taco places in central Baltimore

    Mexican Delight 400 W. Lexington St., themexicandelight.com If there is one thing central Baltimore lacks, it is Mexican food. There is the high-end Mari Luna and the corporate Chipotle, and a number of bars that offer a quesadilla or burrito, but...
  • Robbie Silverman honors his cats Tweety and Sylvester in the Jewish tradition

    Every single Sunday for the past seven years, Robbie Silverman has gone to the Humane Society's pet cemetery in Owings Mills to visit Tweety, the cat he lost to diabetes in 2006. "I never missed a weekly visit in seven years," says Silverman, 53, who...
  • The Charmery, Oliver Speck's, and Beatnik Bar

    The Scoop For the Charmery, a grand opening celebration means simply opening the doors. In Hampden, that's pretty much all it will take for an ice cream parlor. "We've gotten wonderful feedback from the community, there's real excitement out there," says...
  • Who's Bad?

    Who's Bad?
    Dimitri Reeves has committed to memory every step of "Billie Jean," every slide and swing of "Thriller." He's mastered the shoulder pops and white-fedora flip of "Smooth Criminal." And the crowds at Lexington Market and at 25th Street, where he...