Find the Best in Baltimore
The New England-born chef talks tough jobs, culinary school, and cracking crabs for the first time.
Ashish Alfred is a recovered drug user—and one of the most talented chefs to join the scene this year.
Want to stay a cut above in the kitchen? Chefs share how.
Chef Andrew Fontaine discusses Baltimore’s potential to be an “unbelievable food city.”
As the dining scene sizzles, our picks for the top tables in town.
We talk to the founder of Just Call Me Chef.
In addition to composing plates, some local chefs have a way with art—even when they’re not feeding the hungry hordes.
The Maryland Live Casino chef shares his favorite things.
Canningshed’s director of preservation brings summer to your winter plate.
The longtime executive chef discusses new menu items and inspiration from mom.
Dinner service starts tonight.
We talk to the chef and owner of The Milton Inn
The James Beard Award-winning chef discusses his time in Baltimore.
The chef de cuisine at Cosima shares his favorite things.
Chefs show that tats go way more than skin deep.
A Baltimore County landmark is reinvigorated under new ownership.
Cindy Wolf, Spike Gjerde lose out on Mid-Atlantic chef honors.
John Besh and Aarón Sánchez are teaming up at a Horseshoe Casino Baltimore restaurant.
The retail area of Parts & Labor is ready for your business; the restaurant opens April 24.
After a mega-renovation, the Mt. Washington spot serves gumbo under a new name.
The French Kitchen takes hotel dining to a new level.