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Cafe Hon

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  • Nouveau designs Crush and Hon Bar areas

     
    I think I better link to Laura Vozzella's column today because you may not realize it has some restaurant news toward the end. Laura reports that Hon Bar is getting a makeover by Nouveau and Whitehead & Appel Interior Design.And......
  • The Comment of the Week

     
    This week's Comment of the Week has two important ingredients of a good comment that we don't always get here. (Not to say I don't love the other comments, too.) The commenter made a point that was right on target......
  • Top 10 All-American Restaurants

     
    All-American Restaurants was a tougher category than I thought it would be. I didn't want to include diners and barbecue places, because they deserve Top 10s of their own. And I didn't want to include restaurants like Cafe Hon that......
  • Cafe Hon and the pink flamingo

     
    I feel like I should weigh in on the Cafe Hon Pink Flamingo Issue, but I'm hesitant to do so. Cafe Hon's owner, Denise Whiting, has received a letter from the city saying that she has to have a minor......
  • Upscale cafes: Are there only three?

     
    Other Reviewer Richard and I were e-mailing yesterday, and he made the interesting observation that he wasn't sure how many other upscale cafes we had in this area "with at least the veneer of quality food" besides Donna's, City Cafe......
  • Top 10 Upscale Cafes

     
    When I first did a post on upscale cafes, I had only three to put on this list. With your help I've almost come up with 10. In some cases, I've had to stretch the definition a bit; but basically......
  • The rise of restaurant neighborhoods

     
    Conventional wisdom has always said that Baltimore is a city of neighborhoods, but I don't think it's been a city of restaurant neighborhoods until the last decade. Or maybe I should modify that to interesting restaurant neighborhoods.It used to be......
  • Insiders' guide to Hampden

    Named after John Hampden, a key figure in the English revolution of the 17th century, Hampden began as a cluster of houses for workers who manned the flour and cotton mills in the Jones Falls stream valley during the early 1800s. Today, the historic...
  • Laura Vozzella: The prolific Juror No. 11 finally gets to speak out

    Elaine Pollack's mom didn't know it, but she entertained a special guest for Thanksgiving dinner: Juror No. 11. Pollack might have been the most prolific note-writer on Sheila Dixon's jury, letting Judge Dennis Sweeney know things ranging from her desire...
  • City Hall awaits verdict on Dixon

    Ask employees how life has been in City Hall for the past two weeks and most will say: "It's business as usual." Officials have reviewed plans for a proposed slots complex, discussed how to keep the poor warm this winter and voted on new rules for crisis...
  • Jury reports it is making 'progress'

    Jury reports it is making 'progress'
    Jurors in Baltimore Mayor Sheila Dixon's theft and embezzlement trial are heading into a fourth day of deliberations today but reported Monday that they were making "progress." A note delivered about 4:30 p.m. Monday from the jury forewoman asked Judge...
  • A few words of advice

    A few words of advice
    As the daughter of a renowned state legislator and a member of the Baltimore City Council for nearly her entire adult life, Stephanie C. Rawlings-Blake has seen the city transform in the hands of numerous leaders. On Feb. 4, when she is sworn in as the...