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Baltimore's dining scene — how 'hot' is it?

Baltimore's dining scene — how 'hot' is it?

Anyone planning to book a Mother’s Day dinner for four this Sunday at one of Baltimore’s hottest restaurants had better run, not walk to OpenTable.com because the seats are going fast. At Bygone or Tagliata in Inner Harbor East, the potential bookings were down to table scraps by mid-morning Monday — unless Mom prefers to dine at 8:30 p.m. or later. The pickings were also starting to get slim at Aldo’s in Little Italy, Woodberry Kitchen in Woodberry and Rye Street Tavern in Port Covington. And that’s not even talking about Sunday brunch, which is a big attraction when it’s time to pamper Mom. By the time you read this, brunch tables for four at the Inner Harbor’s Fogo de Chão...

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