Franco's Italian Bistro opened last fall in the Frederick Road location that had previously been Regions.
On the fanciness scale, barbecue ranks somewhere very close to the bottom. It's messy, down home and definitely not precious.
Canton has landed a winner. Alma Cocina Latina, a new 90-seat Venezuelan restaurant in the Can Company, is the best restaurant to open for years in the Southeast Baltimore neighborhood.
There is something charming about straightforward Mexican food. Tacos and margaritas, served in cheerfully decorated rooms, bring people together.
In a matter of weeks, La Cuchara — the name is Spanish for "spoon" — has ripened into a mature, engaging restaurant. The kitchen, led by chef-owner Ben Lefenfeld, is turning out good, hearty and interesting food from a menu inspired by the Basque cuisine.
Last week, Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe attacked the state of Maryland. Not with guns or tanks or machinery, but with words -- words targeting the most precious of state creatures: Maryland blue crabs.
Six years after doughnut chain's Glen Burnie shop closed, another in the works for Crofton Station
Campbell Soup said Wednesday that it will take high fructose corn syrup out of all of its Pepperidge Farm breads by the end of fiscal 2017 and will stop using artificial colors and flavors in most of its products in North America by the end of fiscal 2018.
Glutinous sounds like gluttonous. Also like gluey, gluts and villain du jour, gluten. No wonder glutinous rice — innocent of gluttony, gluten, glue and gluts — likes to go by sticky. Same rice; sounds nice. Or nicer.
Get a coupon for a buy-one-get-one-free entree by playing Chipotle's "Friend or Faux?" game.
Two fathers from Western Maryland have developed a nutritionally dense chocolate milk they say will help athletes recover better after strenuous exercise.
Recipes hold such delicious promise. Just follow along, the instructions whisper seductively, and you will wow your family and dazzle your friends. Or not. The cruel reality is — and we all encounter this — some recipes just don't deliver.
Some 100 restaurants are participating in Baltimore's 2015 Summer Restaurant Week, July 24-Aug. 2, offering three-course dinner menus for $20 or $30. Some are also offering two-course $15 lunch menus. For more information, visit dinedowntownbaltimore.com.
People dining out in Baltimore will have new access to information about health violations at city restaurants and carryouts under legislation approved Monday by the City Council.
Howard County is so celebrated for Asian and Indian restaurants that sometimes it's easy to forget that the county is also home to good, casual restaurants representing more familiar cuisines.
Katana is a sweet and promising new Japanese restaurant in Canton. The focus is sushi, but there are also hot and cold Japanese appetizers, entrees, and various rice and noodle dishes.
Barbecue is everywhere in Baltimore these days, from the food trucks to the stadiums to the suburbs. That's a good thing.
Suddenly, mussels and frites are everywhere. Belgian-themed restaurants, fry shops and bars have been cropping up in Baltimore lately. And now, Annapolitans have a new Belgian-inspired hangout.
Baltimore is no stranger to great Afghan food. The Helmand restaurant has been a city favorite for years; the country's influence is also apparent in kebab shops and casual eateries scattered throughout town.
With Father's Day looming, consumers' appetite for steamed crabs is growing.
The Chesapeake Bay's crab population has rebounded from last year's perilously low level, state officials reported Monday, meaning there could be more of the iconic crustaceans to feast on this summer — though at what price is anyone's guess.
DOVER, Del. — Fish and wildlife officials say Delaware's commercial horseshoe crab fishery is set to close as its quota nears.
Oprah Winfrey put her love for Pappas crab cakes on the photo-sharing site Instagram on Tuesday.
Here’s a thought for Maryland seafood lovers to sink their teeth into: A survey has found that more than a third of the crab cakes tested at Maryland and Washington, D.C., restaurants were not local blue crab as advertised, but imported crab.
A federal court on Wednesday allowed the U.S. Department of Labor to resume processing guest worker applications, granting a reprieve to Eastern Shore crab houses and other businesses that rely on foreigners to do jobs they say Americans won't.