Sometimes, before a formal visit, I'll drop in to have a look around, gather up a few bites and gauge how long the restaurant will need before it's ready for a review. Three days after it opened, Cunningham's, a new restaurant from the Bagby Restaurant Group, was ready for its review. Located in...
Famously conservative, Baltimore's dining scene continues to show signs of a great awakening. There are more, and better, options in style and substance. Our list of 100 best restaurants, in Baltimore and the surrounding counties, reflects the wide spectrum of choices available to diners, from...
The second location does everything the first one does, and a little more quietly
Sometime over the past few years, Peruvian chicken captured the hearts and stomachs of Marylanders. This is no surprise. Peru's approach to chicken preparation is undeniably tasty, with herb-heavy marinades and a roasting process that results in tender, juicy chicken.
The city is full of fine little neighborhood bistros, cafes and taverns like Bistro Rx. These are places that don't get much attention or win prizes but instead go quietly about the business of being a restaurant, a place where people come for good food and company and a place to unwind.
In conversations about the world's great food countries, Uzbekistan doesn't come up a lot.
Over the past few years, as the Baltimore region's restaurant scene has grown, it's also gotten more specialized. When a new place opens, it often has a hook — a focus on noodles or comfort food or some other aspect of a particular cuisine.
Franco's Italian Bistro opened last fall in the Frederick Road location that had previously been Regions.