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Food Network, Josh Charles to highlight Baltimore restaurants in 'Burgers, Brew & 'Que' episode

Baltimore will take center stage in an upcoming episode of "Burgers, Brew & 'Que" on the Food Network, which will also feature an appearance from actor Josh Charles. 

The episode, dubbed "Beers, Burgers and Bocce in Baltimore," premieres Friday at 10 p.m. Heavy Seas Alehouse and Le Garage make up two of the stops on the show, which will air again Saturday at 1 a.m. 

"Actor and proud Baltimore native

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Berger's Bakery in Lexington Market shut down by health department

Update [Oct. 25, 5:15 p.m.]: This post has been updated with a statement from DeBaufre Bakeries, maker of Berger Cookies.

Berger's Bakery in Lexington Market has been shut down by the Baltimore City Health Department.

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Foreman Wolf's Bar Vasquez opens in former Pazo space

Bar Vasquez, Foreman Wolf Restaurant Group's new Argentinian restaurant, is open for business in Harbor East.

The restaurant, named for chef Cindy Wolf's mentor, chef Marcelo Vasquez, replaces Pazo at 1425 Aliceanna St.

Bar Vasquez focuses on wood-fired cooking of local and South American meats. The menu includes empanadas, Argentine pizzas, housemade pastas, steaks and seafood.

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A year after closing, Clementine's owners seek to reopen their restaurant

For more than a year, Clementine owner Winston Blick has watched would-be customers come to the door of his shuttered restaurant, only to find the space is closed. Now, the Hamilton restaurant is working to reopen its doors to the dining public. 

Clementine closed in August 2015 so that Blick and his wife, Cristin Dadant, could focus on the catering arm of their business.

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Baltimore Mayor Rawlings-Blake to appear on Food Network's 'Chopped'

It was July 1 when a Baltimore Sun reporter spotted a production crew filming an apron-clad Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake outside City Hall.

When asked where the crew was from, a member said The Food Network.

Then: silence.

Uh-oh. Someone had slipped. The mayor and her staff declined to comment, citing a confidentiality agreement with a company they could not disclose.

A mystery? The mayor?

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'Food for Thought' lecture comes to Baltimore Museum of Industry

The Baltimore Museum of Industry will host a lecture in which local food makers will share their strategies for adapting to ever-evolving technology and economic conditions.

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