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Restaurant and Catering Industry

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  • Maryland tourist destinations prepare for a boost in business

    Maryland tourist destinations prepare for a boost in business
    Visitors trying to shake off a particularly snowy winter and rainy spring could give a boost to Maryland's tourist destinations this summer. Business owners and tourism officials are seeing signs of a healthy season before the traditional Memorial Day...
  • Liquor board denies Rio's liquor license transfer

    Liquor board denies Rio's liquor license transfer
    The Prince George's County Board of License Commissioners, otherwise known as the Liquor Board, on Tuesday denied a request by the owner of Rio Bar & Grill to transfer the now-defunct sports bar's liquor license to owners of The Original Kilimanjaro, a...
  • The Karzais will take over Chesapeake restaurant space

    The Karzais will take over Chesapeake restaurant space
    The Chesapeake, which was closed for business last week, will reopen under new management. The restaurant's owners have entered into a management contract with the Karzai family, whose restaurants in Baltimore include Tapas Teatro and The Helmand....
  • The Chesapeake is temporarily closed, slated to re-open in several weeks

    The Chesapeake is temporarily closed, slated to re-open in several weeks
    Update: The Chesapeake restaurant is scheduled to reopen in a few weeks, according to owner Ernst Valery. On Wednesday a sign was posted saying the restaurant was temporarily closed but that it was still booking private events. Valery said the...
  • 200 line up in Canton for year's supply of Chick-fil-A

    200 line up in Canton for year's supply of Chick-fil-A
    UPDATE:  More than 200 people lined up early this morning to grab a spot in line for a chance at a year's supply of Chick-fil-A. The 100 selected through a drawing to be held today will be setting up tents to camp out through Thursday morning, when they...
  • Local chef brings unique flavor to Maryland Sheep and Wool Festival

    Local chef brings unique flavor to Maryland Sheep and Wool Festival
    Chef Brett Arnold knows the name of his Glenwood restaurant can lead diners who are unfamiliar with his casual American fare to assume he runs a barbecue joint. While it's true that Smokin' Hot Bar and Grille makes a dozen barbecue sauces and sells a...
  • Seniors celebrate spring season at Spring Has Sprung dance [Senior Scene]

    Senior Activity Locations: North Laurel 50+ Center: 9411 Whiskey Bottom Road; 410-313-0380. Laurel-Beltsville Senior Activity Center: 7120 Contee Road; 301-206-3350 City of Laurel Division of Senior Services: 422 Montgomery St.; 301-776-6168...
  • Bill aims to rein in city towing practices

    Bill aims to rein in city towing practices
    Baltimore City Councilman Robert W. Curran is tired of hearing about motorists whose cars were towed for reasons he finds ridiculous — for being parked outside the white lines in a supermarket lot, for instance, or at a fast food restaurant when the...
  • Leon Leroy Lineburg, owner of Leon's Triple L Restaurant in Arbutus, dies

    Leon Leroy Lineburg, owner of Leon's Triple L Restaurant in Arbutus, dies
    Leon Leroy Lineburg, longtime owner of Leon's Triple L Restaurant in Arbutus and the first president of the Arbutus Business and Professional Association (ABPA), died April 26 of natural causes at his home in Arbutus. He was 82. Lineburg, known by...
  • Baltimore Co. Council considers restrictions on hookah lounges

    Baltimore Co. Council considers restrictions on hookah lounges
    Hookah lounge owners in Baltimore County told the County Council on Tuesday that proposed legislation to make them close earlier would put them out of business. Council members are weighing a proposal by County Executive Kevin Kamenetz that would...
  • Smoking, no. Vaping, maybe.

    Smoking, no. Vaping, maybe.
    It's lunch time, and William Brown has stepped away from his desk for a nicotine fix in the lobby of the building where he works. The city employee isn't allowed to smoke here, but he can vape. He flips the switch on his sleek black electronic...
  • Demolition, redevelopment under way at busy Bel Air corner

    Demolition, redevelopment under way at busy Bel Air corner
    An derelict service station on a high visibility corner along Bel Air's busy Baltimore Pike corridor finally is being torn down to make way for a medical office building. The vacant former Shell station, at 703 Baltimore Pike on the southeast corner...