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  • Lunch for $10 or Less: Daniela Pasta and Pastries

    Lunch for $10 or Less: Daniela Pasta and Pastries
    The only thing more shocking than Italian pasta from a microwave is how great it can be. At Daniela's Pasta and Pastries, a tiny, two-table Hampden restaurant, entrees are kept in a glass deli case, and re-heated to order in one of the microwave ovens....
  • Beauty in unexpected places

    Beauty in unexpected places
    There are a couple of small, predictable joys that occur daily during my workweek — and probably yours. It's likely you haven't noticed them properly before, nor the subtle influence they have on your mood. Fortunately, I have penned this opinion...
  • Rotunda task force members have questions for redeveloper

    Rotunda task force members have questions for redeveloper
    Seven years have passed since Hekemian & Co. purchased the Rotunda and made grand plans to redevelop it as a mixed-use mall. There would be apartments, additional office space and retail, restaurants and underground parking, and a new, state-of-the-art...
  • Tears, then hugs on Cafe Hon episode of 'Kitchen Nightmares'

    Tears, then hugs on Cafe Hon episode of 'Kitchen Nightmares'
    Denise Whiting cried, was scolded by Chef Gordon Ramsay and then hugged out months of drama on tonight's "Kitchen Nightmares" episode featuring Whiting, who Baltimoreans -- and the staff of her Hampden theme restaurant Cafe Hon -- love to hate. The...
  • Apartment building developer blinks as opposition mounts

    Hampden residents are fighting mad over a proposal to build a three-story, 12-unit apartment building on Roland Avenue. And they appear to have succeeded in slowing the proposed project. Remodeler Eric Dashner is seeking a Baltimore City zoning variance...
  • Ellicott City virtually synonymous with school board membership

    Owen Hanratty's restaurant, Cacao Lane, is perched along Ellicott City's historic district, a narrow swath of eclectic shops and eateries where 19th-century Main Street meets modern chic. The area is the center of a Howard County community that, along...
  • Table Talk: De Kleine Duivel coming to Chesapeake Restaurant building

    Table Talk: De Kleine Duivel coming to Chesapeake Restaurant building
    The ongoing Chesapeake Restaurant project, now under way near the Charles Theatre, has signed on a Belgian brasserie. De Kleine Duivel, which will be operated by Baltimore native Paul Kopchinski, will feature Belgian beers, boutique wines and spirits, and...
  • The Chesapeake project has added a Belgian brasserie

    The Chesapeake project has added a Belgian brasserie
    A Belgian brasserie has been added to the Chesapeake project, now under construction in the Baltimore's Charles North neighborhood. De Kleine Duivel will feature Belgian beers, boutique wines and spirits, and a select menu of traditional Flemish-French...
  • Authorities believe store robberies in city, county linked

    The FBI's violent crimes task force is asking for the public's help in identifying a suspect in at least two recent armed robberies in the city, the most recent of which occurred Tuesday morning in Hampden, as well as several cases believed linked in...
  • Hampden: Belly up to mobile food trucks for a 'foodie' rally to benefit SPCA

    There really has to be a better name for a food enthusiast than a "Foodie." It just sounds too silly to refer to oneself as. There's "gourmet," but that sounds pretentious. There's "gastronome," but that sounds rather elitist, doesn't it? "Bon vivant"...
  • Raise your glass: Antigua Stiletto, Alchemy

    Raise your glass: Antigua Stiletto, Alchemy
    Hampden's Alchemy may have one of the tiniest upstairs bars in Baltimore. But there are some serious, high-end cocktails being crafted in this small space. Dubbed "Potions" (see what they did there?), the cocktail menu features an extensive selection...
  • Table Talk: Teddy Roosevelt inspires new Power Plant restaurant

    Table Talk: Teddy Roosevelt inspires new Power Plant restaurant
    Kettle Hill has announced an opening date. Inspired, its operators say, by the life and spirit of Theodore Roosevelt, Kettle Hill will open April 20 on Market Place as the anchor restaurant in the Power Plant Live complex. The restaurant's name is...