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  • Sheba is a new Ethiopian option in Canton

    Sheba is a new Ethiopian option in Canton
    The food of Ethiopia is popular for its intriguing spices, spongy bread and lack of utensils. Our neighbor to the south, Washington, D.C., is justly celebrated for having one of the country's best Ethiopian food scenes. Here in Baltimore, our options...
  • Towson U. students help Cedar Cafe owner market her business

    Towson U. students help Cedar Cafe owner market her business
    They held a free food sampling on campus. They distributed flyers with discount coupons in the dormitories and nearby apartment buildings. They revamped the website, adding colorful pictures and a menu. A group of Towson University business students are...
  • Long lines for soups at 8th Empty Bowls

    Long lines for soups at 8th Empty Bowls
    In its eighth year, Empty Bowls has become not only a major fundraiser for one of Baltimore's oldest and busiest charities but a popular event for which people are willing to get in line early. Half an hour before doors opened Saturday at the Maryland...
  • Petit Louis Bistro is at home on the shores of Lake Kittamaqundi

    Petit Louis Bistro is at home on the shores of Lake Kittamaqundi
    It's not a replica of the original, but the new Petit Louis Bistro in Columbia has the heart and soul of its namesake restaurant in Roland Park, not to mention its exceptional service, confidently prepared French cuisine and the attention to detail we'...
  • Grille at Maple Lawn is likable, but menu has some issues

    Grille at Maple Lawn is likable, but menu has some issues
    Some restaurants have, apart from everything else, a likable quality. Diners pull for it and want it do well. On a recent Saturday night, the Grille at Maple Lawn was full, early-evening diners were smiling and there was the hum of general contentment...
  • St. Patrick's Day parties, quieter events popping up around Harford

    St. Patrick's Day parties, quieter events popping up around Harford
    The public celebration of St. Patrick's Day seems to get bigger every year, with Harford County celebrants both Irish and non coming out in droves to drink, dance or just partake in Gaelic-themed food. While the holiday was once limited to...
  • Howard County datebook Datebook

    Sunday, March 16 Classical concert The Columbia Pro Cantare Chorus performs Rutter's "Requiem," featuring soprano Laura Whittenberger, organist Donald Fries and the Chamber Orchestra at 3 p.m. at First Evangelical Lutheran Church, 3604 Chatham Road in...
  • With Tavern Room, Fleet Street Kitchen opens more casual side

    With Tavern Room, Fleet Street Kitchen opens more casual side
    At some point after it opened in the fall of 2012, Harbor East's Fleet Street Kitchen realized its necktie was pulled a bit too tight. The stylish farm-to-table restaurant with the four-course tasting menu had earned a flattering reputation for its food,...
  • Conrad's Seafood still finding its footing in Perry Hall

    Conrad's Seafood still finding its footing in Perry Hall
    The Conrad's seafood empire is expanding, and it's taken restaurant form. Conrad's Seafood Restaurant is the newest member of the Conrad's seafood family of businesses, which includes a popular seafood store in Parkville, a crab deck at Ripken Stadium...
  • Kooper's to open third restaurant in Jacksonville

    Kooper's to open third restaurant in Jacksonville
    The owners of Kooper's Tavern will open a third restaurant this spring in Jacksonville, in Baltimore County.  Kooper's Jacksonville is scheduled to open in early June after renovations, including the construction of an outdoor bluestone patio, to the...
  • In restaurant business, sometimes you have to eat it

    In restaurant business, sometimes you have to eat it
    A friend who owns Germano's Piattini once told me of a young fellow who ordered a $55 bottle of wine, took one sip, scrunched his nose and announced in a loud voice, "This wine has turned." The fellow was maybe two years past senior prom, and he...
  • Good times and good food at Lib's Grill in Perry Hall

    Good times and good food at Lib's Grill in Perry Hall
    The Liberatore family is on a roll. Well known in the northern Baltimore suburbs for their eponymous Italian restaurants, the Liberatore family is branching out. Lib's Grill in Perry Hall, the family's seventh restaurant, ditches the Italian in favor of...