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It was a healthy dining scene in Baltimore this year
It was a healthy dining scene in Baltimore this year

It was another healthy year for Baltimore dining. Each report of a sudden restaurant closing seemed to be followed by the announcement of a hopeful opening. While neighborhoods like Hampden and Hamilton continued to assert themselves as dining districts, Bryan Voltaggio was focusing his attention on the Inner Harbor, which long ago was a premier dining destination for Baltimore diners but hasn't been for years. The Frederick-based chef and "Top Chef" alumnus brought his contemporary Italian concept Aggio to Power Plant Live on Water Street in Baltimore. Another Voltaggio restaurant, this one a reprise of the contemporary Frederick diner Family Meal, was announced for a...

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