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  • Rotunda redeveloper taking fresh look at MOM's Organic Market

    Rotunda redeveloper taking fresh look at MOM's Organic Market
    A chain of organic markets that Scott Nash started in his mother's basement in Beltsville in 1987 has grown to 10 stores in Maryland and Virginia. An 11th store could be coming to the Rotunda mall. MOM's Organic Market is a finalist to open a boutique...
  • In Cockeysville, Saigon Remembered once again hits high notes

    In Cockeysville, Saigon Remembered once again hits high notes
    The third time is the charm — at least that's what fans of Saigon Remembered are hoping. Originally located on Belair Road, then on York Road in Govans, Saigon Remembered closed its doors in 2011. But the restaurant reopened last month in the...
  • Madonna Seafood fined for serving alcohol to minor

    Madonna Seafood Restaurant in White Hall will need to pay a $500 fine to the Harford County Liquor Control Board after being found guilty of serving alcohol to a minor. The decision came during a show cause hearing before the liquor board Wednesday...
  • Jimmy's Famous Seafood has earned its name

    Jimmy's Famous Seafood has earned its name
    When Demetrios "Jimmy" Minadakis opened a restaurant in 1974, he had high hopes for the place's success — such high hopes that he chose the name Jimmy's Famous Seafood. Nearly 40 years later, the Dundalk restaurant has lived up to — and...
  • John F. Muller, counselor

    John F. Muller, an addictions counselor who earlier had been co-owner of a wholesale seafood business, died Nov. 24 from colon cancer at his Middle River home. He was 78. The son of a Methodist minister and a homemaker, John Frederick Muller was born and...
  • Seafood Festival bathrooms, street closures discussed in Havre de Grace

    Seafood Festival bathrooms, street closures discussed in Havre de Grace
    Bathrooms at the Seafood Festival became a sticky topic for the Havre de Grace City Council Monday. The proximity of portable toilets to some homes made some residents upset during last year's festival, according to some comments Council President...
  • 'Top Chef' recap, A Shock at the Space Needle

    'Top Chef' recap, A Shock at the Space Needle
    Our 15 chef-testants enter the "Top Chef" kitchen. Micah admits to giving everyone the “waterfall look” which he demonstrates skillfully. RuPaul would be proud. Padma enters and behind her three familiar faces skulk in. What madness is this?...
  • Food with a view at River Watch

    Food with a view at River Watch
    River Watch Restaurant is a rare find: a waterfront restaurant where the food is as good as the view. The Essex restaurant and its 110-slip marina sit at the spot where Middle River meets Hopkins Creek. During the summer, revelers crowd River Watch's...
  • Howard County dining: Brunch at The Kings Contrivance Restaurant

    Howard County dining: Brunch at The Kings Contrivance Restaurant
    With Mother’s Day in the offing, consider Sunday brunch as a great gift. Actually, brunch seems like a well-deserved indulgence any time of year, for any of us.  The sit-down-and-be-served Sunday brunch at The Kings Contrivance Restaurant is...
  • Ouzo Bay makes stunning debut in Harbor East

    Ouzo Bay makes stunning debut in Harbor East
    In just one month, Ouzo Bay has made a swaggering debut in Harbor East. Every decision concerning the atmosphere, menu and service feels exactly right. The food is prepared with extraordinary care and presented with casual grace. Dinner there is fun....
  • From the Bay, For the Bay promotes Md. seafood

    From the Bay, For the Bay promotes Md. seafood
    From the Bay, For the Bay: Dine Out, a week-long restaurant promotion celebrating Chesapeake Bay seafood, begins on Saturday and runs through Oct. 13. Participating restaurants from Philadelphia to Norfolk, Va., are donating $1 for every Maryland...
  • Could chilly Chesapeake spell slow crab season?

    Could chilly Chesapeake spell slow crab season?
    Crabbing season officially begins in Maryland today, but the Chesapeake Bay's blue crabs apparently haven't gotten the word. My colleague Richard Gorelick reports that watermen, seafood dealers, restaurateurs and state natural resource officials all...