Baltimore’s Atlas Restaurant Group, owner of Tagliata, Azumi, the Bygone and others, will make its first foray into Washington, D.C., next spring with two restaurants in the forthcoming Moxy Hotel.
The concepts have yet to be determined, but one will occupy the first two floors and courtyard of a Victorian home behind the hotel, according to an Atlas spokesman.Read more
“#BreakingBarriersByBreakingBread” is the motto of an immigrant and refugee food festival planned for noon to 5 p.m. on Oct. 14 in Canton Waterfront Park.
“[Culture] brings people together whether it’s food, music, clothing, festivals — it’s meeting new people during this very divisive time,” said festival co-organizer Taylor Jenkins, 27.Read more
In the neon-lit maze of the modern-day grocery store, the temperature is always chilly, strawberries never go out of season, and the Halloween season starts as early as August.
Stroll the seasonal section at an area Giant and see them on the shelves: Spooky Hershey’s Kisses and marshmallow cats. At Safeway, there are bags of Nerds with zombies on them.Read more
Bar Louie, the chain bar and restaurant that focuses on cocktails, will open at the former Tilted Kilt Pub and Eatery in White Marsh on Aug. 31.
The bar will be open from 11 a.m. to 2 a.m. that day, said Kayla Dillon, a Bar Louie marketing manager. Going forward, Bar Louie will be open at 8133-C Honeygo Blvd., 11 a.m. to 2 a.m. Monday-Friday, and 10 a.m. to 2 a.m.Read more
As Hampden’s Rotunda was redeveloped, the mixed-use property was bursting with amenities. The only thing missing, some said, was a liquor store.
That changed on Wednesday, when the appropriately named Tiny Wine Shop opened in a standalone kiosk near the Xfinity store at the Rotunda. At 165 square feet, it’s a minuscule operation.Read more
Pies are coming to Patterson Park.
Pie Time, a familiar name at local farmers markets in recent years, will open its first brick-and-mortar location in Patterson Park next year, said owner Max Reim. The space will serve savory and sweet pies, along with specialty coffee items.
Reim, a 31-year-old Baltimorean from Roland Park, and his wife moved to Patterson Park three years ago.Read more