Sarah Meehan

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Sarah Meehan is a dining reporter for The Baltimore Sun. She previously covered hospitality, tourism, sportswear, retail and culture for the Baltimore Business Journal. Sarah is a Harford County native, a South Baltimore resident and a University of Maryland graduate.

Recent Articles

  • Jamaican restaurant Get It Inn opens in Locust Point

    Jamaican restaurant Get It Inn opens in Locust Point

    Get It Inn Island Cuisine, a new Jamaican bar and restaurant, has opened its doors in Locust Point. The restaurant took over the former home of Sweet Caroline’s at 1401 E. Clement St. Sweet Caroline’s closed in October, and Get It Inn replaced it in mid-November. The Jamaican hangout is owned by...

  • Baltimore-area restaurants open on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day

    Baltimore-area restaurants open on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day

    A number of Baltimore-area restaurants are rolling out holiday tablecloths for dinner on Christmas Eve, and some are serving meals on Christmas Day. Many require reservations. B&O American Brasserie downtown will be open on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, offering breakfast, lunch and a three-course...

  • FAQ: What you need to know about medical marijuana in Maryland

    FAQ: What you need to know about medical marijuana in Maryland

    Medical marijuana is now available in Maryland, more than four years after the General Assembly passed a law legalizing it. Standing up the industry — with growers, processors, dispensaries and doctors — took longer than expected. The law needed to be tweaked, rules to needed to written and legal...

  • Governor's open house draws crowds despite snow

    Governor's open house draws crowds despite snow

    As snow fell Saturday afternoon, Greg Osborn and his 8-year-old daughter, Maddie, were among the guests waiting in a line that stretched along State Circle for a peek inside Gov. Larry Hogan and first lady Yumi Hogan’s Annapolis residence. The Hogans welcomed guests into the governor’s mansion...

  • Shake Shack opening at the Mall in Columbia

    Shake Shack opening at the Mall in Columbia

    Shake Shack is bringing its burgers, custard and crinkle-cut fries to a new a location at the Mall in Columbia. The fast-casual burger joint is opening at 11 a.m. Dec. 20 at 10300 Little Patuxent Parkway. It will be the fourth Shake Shack in Maryland. The first 100 people in line on its opening...

  • What to eat and drink at the annual Baltimore Monument lighting Thursday

    What to eat and drink at the annual Baltimore Monument lighting Thursday

    Attendees of Baltimore’s 46th Monument Lighting will have a chance to enjoy snacks and drinks from more than 20 local vendors while watching the fireworks display over Mount Vernon Place on Thursday. The annual holiday event runs from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Thursday, culminating with the Downtown Partnership...

  • Three Baltimore-area restaurants make OpenTable's top 100 list

    Three Baltimore-area restaurants make OpenTable's top 100 list

    Three restaurants in the Baltimore area are among the top 100 in the country, according to OpenTable’s latest list. Charleston in Harbor East, Hersh’s in South Baltimore and Linwoods in Owings Mills were named to OpenTable’s 100 Best Restaurants in America for 2017. The list is based on more than...

  • New restaurant focused on foraging coming to former Aromes space in Hampden

    New restaurant focused on foraging coming to former Aromes space in Hampden

    Baltimore chef Chris Amendola is bringing his love for foraging into a restaurant in Hampden. Amendola plans to open Foraged — a Hyper-Seasonal Eatery in the former home of Aromes, at 3520 Chestnut Ave. The restaurant is expected to open in mid-December. Foraged marks Amendola’s first solo restaurant....

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