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  • Restaurant review: Hearty sauces, casual Zen feel at Republic Noodle

    Restaurant review: Hearty sauces, casual Zen feel at Republic Noodle
    For lovers of Asian flavors, organic and local food and, of course, noodles, the new Republic Noodle in Federal Hill hits a sweet spot. Owners David Lynch and Christopher Boylan — who live nearby — opened the Asian restaurant in September,...
  • Restaurant review: Yum's Asian Bistro lives up to its name

    Restaurant review: Yum's Asian Bistro lives up to its name
    Every neighborhood in Baltimore seems to have at least one reliable spot for good Chinese food. But with its central location at Charles and 25th streets, and its hard-to-miss yellow-and-red signs, Yum's Asian Bistro feels like it belongs to the city...
  • Simple and satisfying fare at La Tavola

    Simple and satisfying fare at La Tavola
    Maybe because it's not on Little Italy's main street, La Tavola always tends to get overlooked. It shouldn't be, though, and I know people who swear by it. It is an easy restaurant to get to know, with a straightforward menu and a notably accommodating...
  • The Point is a pleasant surprise

    The Point is a pleasant surprise
    The large upstairs dining room at the Point in Fells doesn't get many takers on a weeknight. It's a fine, handsome, timber-ceilinged room, and if you can find a prettier water view on the East Coast than the one from these windows, please tell me. This...
  • Lunch review: At Ban Thai, spice makes all the difference

    Lunch review: At Ban Thai, spice makes all the difference
    Ban Thai, at 340 N. Charles St., is a Baltimore stalwart. I've never left the restaurant dissatisfied with anything, and always felt as if I've had a treat that's taken me out of my rut, which is ironic because I've been in a Ban Thai rut for years. In at...
  • Restaurant Review: New Peerce's a haven for everyday dining

    Restaurant Review: New Peerce's a haven for everyday dining
    This newly opened Phoenix restaurant is a double comeback. First, it's the return of a landmark dining destination. It's also the return of a chef. For decades, Peerce's Plantation was a landmark, family-owned Baltimore County dining destination before...
  • Restaurant Review: Pazza Luna has glow of success

    Restaurant Review: Pazza Luna has glow of success
    The Pazza Luna logo features the Italian version of the Harlequin character — the arlecchino. That is apt, because this is one tricky little trattoria. Pazza Luna has been known to change identity or disappear entirely. You must never think you've...
  • Restaurant review: Caesar's Den continues to do the standards well

    Restaurant review: Caesar's Den continues to do the standards well
    Caesar's Den feels like the old Little Italy. The owners live upstairs, just as at other restaurants. The main dining room is cozy and comfortable, tables are set with white cloths and the serving staff is dressed in semiformal attire: white shirts and...
  • Restaurant review: A zesty palette at Artful Gourmet

    Restaurant review: A zesty palette at Artful Gourmet
    If you sat down to a bowl of pasta named after a 19th-century post-Impressionist, would you expect a work of art? The Artful Gourmet Bistro in Owings Mills has the look and feel of a polite, mid-scale suburban chain with a taste that leans more on market...
  • Restaurant Review: Bistro Rx working on its formula

    Restaurant Review: Bistro Rx working on its formula
    This parkside restaurant location, now the home of Bistro Rx, seems so perfect. Originally developed in 2006 by a community development corporation as an amenity for the surrounding neighborhoods, it looks like a place where a restaurant would do great...
  • Restaurant review: Refreshed menu gives XS a boost

    Restaurant review: Refreshed menu gives XS a boost
    The folks at XS have been stirring. The multistory cafe, sushi bar and lounge has very recently revealed a freshened-up menu, along with a few weekly specials and a handsome new marketing package. That's good to see; I like to see a restaurant trying. XS...
  • Restaurant review: Matsuri keeps it fresh in Federal Hill

    Restaurant review: Matsuri keeps it fresh in Federal Hill
    Matsuri opened in 1996. I place this in the second wave of Baltimore's sushi experience, when Japanese restaurants began to look as much like the pub next door as the tatami and shoji-screen stage sets of the first wave. Some old-school rituals are in...