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  • Remembering Nelson Carey

    Remembering Nelson Carey
    When I first met Nelson Carey I was broke and unemployed. I had just finished working a summer job that had me traveling across the country during the baseball season but ended when the season was over. A mutual acquaintance referred me to Nelson, and mentioned that there was a Help Wanted sign hanging in The Old Vine liquor store on Falls Road. I turned in my application and Nelson called about a week later to congratulate me on being hired. I took an immediate liking to this charming gentleman. He had a very formal and dignified way of speaking and carrying himself.
  • Grand Cru owner Nelson Carey dies of a heart attack

    Grand Cru owner Nelson Carey dies of a heart attack
    Nelson Carey, the owner of the Grand Cru bar in Belvedere Square died of a heart attack last night. He was 50 years old. According to City Paper contributor Charlie Vascellaro, who works at Grand Cru, Carey's wife called the bar last night to tell...

    Mount Vernon/Bolton Hill

    Mount Vernon/Bolton Hill
    The 13th Floor 1 E. Chase St., (410) 347-0880, $$$, D, R This remodeled and reinvented institution finally makes use of what may be the best view in Baltimore. Eat risotto, duck confit, or braised shortrib atop the historic...

    Spike Gjerde to host Post-Preakness Winner’s Circle Wind Down Party

    With the national spotlight on the next step in California Chrome's Triple Crown run at Pimlico this Saturday, Woodberry Kitchen's Spike Gjerde hopes to keep the celebration rolling when he hosts a post-race party for those who want to follow up one of...


    The explosion in foodie culture has been good to Baltimore. Time was, going out to dinner here was largely a choice between one of a couple neighborhood standbys or venturing into the “ethnic” wilds of Little Italy. Now, we have an explosion...