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Charles Village Pub is all grown up — mostly. Before the January 2011 fire that destroyed its building, Charles Village Pub in Towson drew a local lunch crowd, but it was mostly known as a bar for college kids. It was a fun place for after-school...
Tags: Credit and Debt, Radio, Sandwiches, Seafood, Dining and Drinking
One of the city's best-looking and most comfortable warehouse restaurants, Vino Rosina is still a tempting destination for the date-nighters who pour into Harbor East on weekends, a neighborhood that Baltimore diners have come to associate with high-...
Tags: Lasagna, Cheese, Pineapple, Dining and Drinking, Harbor East
Gilberto Cortes opened the doors of El Azteca in 1993. The storefront location in Clarksville is, arguably, the oldest Mexican eatery in the county. As venerable as it is (in restaurant years), El Azteca stills packs 'em in seven days a week. It's...
Tags: Tomatoes, Steaks, Cheese, Onions, Dining and Drinking
Kerry, Chris, Lorena and Patricia remain. The Quickfire takes advantage of our even number of chefs left -- the kitchen is divided in half by a long line of red gaffer tape. The chefs are paired off and tasked with creating a dish each, but one must...
Our volunteer firefighters have plenty for you to do in the next month. The Elkridge Volunteer Fire Department's annual shrimp and bull roast is this Saturday, Sept. 8, 6-10 p.m., at the fire hall, 6275 Old Washington Road, Elkridge. Hosted by the...
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Recently St. Vincent's Villa campus in Cockeysville was the site of a summer camp project and multi-cultural day that showcased the Olympics and the countries that participated in the London Games. Children and staff from each unit at the Villa chose a...
Chef Celeste Gebler reflects: Earlier in my career … when I had to cook for myself … I created this dish because it only used one pan and it incorporated all of the basic food groups in one meal. Back then all I could afford was chicken, so...
Tags: Tomatoes, Ethics, Values, Dining and Drinking, Italy
Bull and shrimp roast The Elkridge Volunteer Fire Department Auxiliary sponsors a bull and shrimp roast at 6 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 8, at Elkridge Fire Hall, 6275 Old Washington Road. The menu includes pit beef, turkey, ham, shrimp, oyster fritters and...
Those of us who have lived in Elkridge for most of our lives can clearly recall some of the businesses that made Elkridge such a great place to grow up, mainly because they were started and run by the folks that lived right in our own back yards. Some of...
The Baltimore SunIt's back-to-school time, and perhaps you are settling back in to a family-dinner routine after summer chaos. Or perhaps you at least plan to. If your picky eater isn't getting into the groove just yet, perhaps these recipes will help. Tell your kids they...
Summer has long been synonymous with baseball, and, in Elkridge, there's no exception. The Elkridge Hurricanes 14U travel team won five straight games in a two-day tournament to capture the Upper Chesapeake Summer Festival Baseball Tournament on June 30....
Some foodies — and I'm not naming names here — prefer to spend their dining-out dollars only at individually owned, full-service restaurants with roots in the local (more or less) community. Whether it be fine dining or pubby, they...
Tags: Steaks, Seafood, Zucchini, Dining and Drinking, Bars and Clubs
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