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Open & Shut: Mason’s Lobster Rolls; The Pikes is Back; Chef Changes

The latest restaurant openings, closings, and recent news.

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Why Baltimore Restaurant Week Feels More Important Than Ever

Despite recent closures, industry looks forward to starting 2019 on a high note.

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Donna's Cafe To Close in The Village of Cross Keys

The beloved restaurant serves its final meal this Sunday.

On The Town

Cosima Bar Manager Talks Battle with Breast Cancer and Dream Trip to Italy

Kristen Starks discusses upcoming wine dinner and channeling her Puglia experience.

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Open & Shut: Gnocchetto; Sobeachy Haitian Cuisine; The Fudgery

The latest restaurant openings, closings, and recent news.

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Open & Shut: Sacré Sucré Coming Soon; The Emporiyum Takes a Break; In Bloom Closes

The latest restaurant openings, closings, and recent news.

Food & Drink

Old Flame

Wood-fire cooking heats up in Baltimore.

Food & Drink

My Top Ten with Jonathan Hicks

The chef de cuisine at Cosima shares his favorite things.

Food & Drink

That’s Amaro!

The popular Italian liqueur is enjoying its moment in the sun.

Food & Drink

Review: Cosima

Cosima dazzles along the Jones Falls waterway.

Food & Drink

Setting Sail

Donna Crivello embarks on a new restaurant concept in Woodberry.

In Good Taste

Open & Shut: Cindy Wolf is James Beard Semifinalist; Colette; 8 Ball Meatball

Restaurant openings, closings, and recent news.

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Donna’s Closing in Charles Village

Eighteen years since its opening, the restaurant shutters on Sunday.

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Open & Shut: Primanti Bros. Open; Bun Shop Expands; Das Bier Haus Coming Soon

Restaurant openings, closings, and recent news.

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​Donna Crivello Will Open Cosima in January

Donna’s owner focuses on adventurous southern Italian fare.

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