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  • Watermelon's prime time extends into fall

    Watermelon's prime time extends into fall
    Watermelon, adorned only with flaky sea salt, can be had for dessert at Woodberry Kitchen. Simple slices of fruit aren't typical high-end restaurant fare, but the dish is noteworthy for another reason: It will be on the menu through fall. Cold and juicy,...
  • Officials: Grand Prix boosted hotel, parking revenue

    Officials: Grand Prix boosted hotel, parking revenue
    The inaugural Baltimore Grand Prix gave the local economy much of the boost officials hoped for — though organizers say they will seek to spread the benefits to more businesses next year. The street race helped pump up weekend revenues at a...
  • Getting Baltimore in tune with Austin

    Getting Baltimore in tune with Austin
    It's Thursday afternoon, and downtown is awash in live music. Guitar solos shriek through the air, and the crisp snap of snare drums echoes from inside live music clubs. Hundreds of bands are crammed into every nook and cranny, vying to impress the tens...
  • Groupon: Baltimore restaurants hot and cold on deals

    Groupon: Baltimore restaurants hot and cold on deals
    Has The Prime Rib, which requires waiters to wear tuxes and exudes "the intoxicating aroma of old money," according to Esquire magazine, got a deep discount deal for you. Eat $100 of the restaurant's haute chow and pay just $50 under its wildly...
  • Wolf and Foreman negotiating new Roland Park restaurant

    Wolf and Foreman negotiating new Roland Park restaurant
    Restaurateurs Tony Foreman and Cindy Wolf hope to open a new restaurant in the Roland Park Shopping Center in the space once occupied by a beloved deli. The pair, who are known for local restaurants such as Charleston, Pazo and Cinghiale, are negotiating...
  • Putting more pop in the question

    Michael Pesi may have met the woman of his dreams in the modest surroundings of a Merchant's Tire waiting room, but when it came time to propose marriage, he thought big. He considered whisking girlfriend Aletta Muzila off to New York and popping the...
  • Magazine makeover: Chesapeake Home + Living

    Magazine makeover: Chesapeake Home + Living
    Since ChesapeakeHome's inception in 1993, remodeling has been a key component, and after 18 years of growth, the magazine is doing a little renovating of its own. With the first issue of 2011, it is relaunching as Chesapeake Home + Living. This change...
  • Table Talk: Dinner to focus on 'Best of Baltimore'

    Table Talk: Dinner to focus on 'Best of Baltimore'
    All over town, there are talented chefs languishing in semi-obscurity. These are the chefs heading up the kitchens in public institutions — universities, convention facilities and even hospitals — and in private institutions like country...
  • The new Dine Downtown video, starring Cindy Wolf, Tony Foreman and Jerry Pelligrino

    The new Dine Downtown video, starring Cindy Wolf, Tony Foreman and Jerry Pelligrino
    Check out the new Dine Downtown video, produced by the Downtown Partnership of Baltimore.

    On the French Fourth of July: 'It's a big party'

    On the French Fourth of July: 'It's a big party'
    Following closely on the heels of the Fourth of July comes Bastille Day July 14, often referred to as the French Independence Day. And local French restaurants, crepe makers, bakers and chocolate sellers are playing up that holiday for all it's worth....
  • Restaurant review: After years of seasoning, Cinghiale reaches its prime

    Restaurant review: After years of seasoning, Cinghiale reaches its prime
    Since its opening in October 2007, Cinghiale has been in a state of change. Sometimes the changes seemed like progress, sometimes irresolution. Looking back now, all of those fits and starts — all of the format switches, uniform overhauls and...
  • Planned restaurant area in historic shopping center structurally unsound

    The portion of the Roland Park Shopping Center, 4800 Roland Ave., where a second restaurant is planned, is structurally unsound, Baltimore City's preservation board has told the Roland Park Civic League. The Commission for Historical and Architectural...