There are so many variables to geek out on, like salinity levels, texture, cooked or raw, and so on.
Gaynor retired from the Harbor East fish spot to start Fire Knives, a custom-knife business specializing in Japanese styles.
After retiring from working in marketing for a financial firm, Paige Mason Littleton opened the adorable cafe in the former Atwater’s space on Falls Road.
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Eateries adjust to changing mandates and staff shortages while bracing for the colder months.
A sultry August evening in Maryland demands a cold, attractive glass of rosé, the quintessential wine of summer.
A first look at the three rye-forward flavors that are set to debut next month.
Plan your weekend getaway and rediscover the simple pleasures of travel.
Here, customers gather ’round, six to a table, for dinner and a show.
Plant-based food options—that aren’t just a salad—abound at area eateries throughout August.
Chef Justin Holloman will pay homage to family traditions, while also adding his own flair to the menu.
After 106 years, Attman’s still slings corned beef, and the throngs are happy to wait for it.
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The latest restaurant openings, closings, and recent news.
Owners of the California-based brewery are committed to becoming ingrained in the local community.
Wine is a family affair at Old Westminster Winery.
Here are a few suggestions to help you narrow down the many choices.
Check out these drinks to add some metaphorical spice to your next crab feast.
Now under the stewardship of Foreman Wolf, the legendary restaurant keeps its name but has a fresh concept.
In the months ahead, the CookHouse owner is hoping to recast the spot as a full-service restaurant, as he’d always intended.
From bay to table, our iconic blue crabs are the pride and joy of the Chesapeake.
The restaurant—the first in the Baltimore area to focus on cuisine of the country—is a family affair.
Some people wait a lifetime for a moment like this.
Our annual compendium of the people and places that make Charm City great.
The urban spinoff of the Cockeysville staple opened its butcher shop last week, with sit-down service still to come.
The restaurant is a passion project for The Local Fry's Liz and Kevin Irish.
Despite coming off of a difficult year, the gameday watering hole across from Camden Yards is crushing it.
The local purveyor supplies hormone and antibiotic-free Angus beef—from burgers and hot dogs to sirloin and filet—to restaurants and markets.