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Top 10 Tuesday returns on March 12 with BYOBs

Top 10 Tuesday is coming back.

Launched by then-Baltimore Sun restaurant critic Elizabeth Large in April 2007, the feature ran for three and a half years on the Baltimore Sun's dining blogs.

Along the way, there were lists of top 10 seafood restaurants, farmers' market treats, late-night eats, dining pet peeves, lost restaurants, service mistakes, waterfront views, Thai restaurants, duck dishes and so on.

Next Tuesday, we'll be posting the top 10 BYOB restaurants. Know of a great BYOB that should make the list, or a suggestion for another upcoming top 10 list? Leave your comments below, or on the Baltimore Diner Facebook page.

The feature was always a collaborative effort between critic and readers. To usher in the return of Top 10 Tuesday, you'll be able to leave comments using your Facebook account.

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