The Food Market

In Good Taste

Open & Shut: Quality Snowballs; The Tilted Row; Mustang Alley’s

The latest restaurant openings, closings, and recent news.

In Good Taste

Open & Shut: Orto; TigerStyle; Ristorante Firenze

The latest restaurant openings, closings, and recent news.

In Good Taste

Menu Highlights for Summer Restaurant Week

From best bargain to outdoor options, we break down the most exciting deals.

In Good Taste

Top Spots to Celebrate National Pretzel Day

Dig in to these doughy delights on April 26.

In Good Taste

Area Chefs Serve Multicourse Meal to Benefit No Kid Hungry Next Week

Six of the city’s greats will gather at The Food Market to help support the cause.

In Good Taste

La Food Marketa Set to Open This Week

Food Market spinoff makes its debut in Quarry Lake at Greenspring.

In Good Taste

Chef Chad Gauss to Open Food Market Spinoff in Pikesville

La Food Marketa will debut in Quarry Lake at Greenspring this fall.

Food & Drink

Chefs Get Ready to Face Off in The Supper Competition

Get to know the chefs participating in upcoming food battle to benefit St. Agnes Hospital.

On The Town

Tiki Trend Heats Up in Baltimore

Tropical-themed, rum-filled, garnish-topped drinks popping up on local menus.

In Good Taste

City and County Winter Restaurant Week Preview

Both restaurant weeks get extended after blizzard affected opening weekend.

In Good Taste

Top Ten Spots to Celebrate National Bloody Mary Day

Cure your New Year’s Eve hangover with the spicy sips at these local bars.

Food & Drink

My Top 10 By Chad Gauss, 34

Chef and co-owner of The Food Market shares his favorite things.

On The Town

Best Drinks of 2014

My year in review through cocktails, craft beer, and more.

Food & Drink

Baltimore Chef's Table Q&A and Recipes

A Baltimore native cooks up a book of Charm City restaurant recipes.

In Good Taste

A Pop-Up Dinner at Fork & Wrench

Chad Gauss of The Food Market steps in for a night.

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