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  • Woodberry, R& R Taqueira make Sietsema's list

    Woodberry, R& R Taqueira make Sietsema's list
    Tom Sietsema's Fall Dining Guide popped up online. And among the 40 restaurants included in the Washington Post's annual survey -- Baltimore's own Woodberry Kitchen. Here's Sietsema on WK: "The happiest place on earth? Chef Spike Gjerde's celebration...
  • Table Talk: Burgers, Burgers everywhere

    Table Talk: Burgers, Burgers everywhere
    Was it Sun Tzu who said, "There are no losers in a burger war"? Let's hope that's right, because the great American burger wars are about to get very juicy around here. There looks to be summerlong skirmishing in Maryland, among locally operated joints...
  • 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...
  • Kettle Hill announces opening date at Power Plant Live

    Kettle Hill announces opening date at Power Plant Live
    Kettle Hill has announced an opening date. Inspired, its operators say, by the life and spirit of Theodore Roosevelt, Kettle Hill will open on April 20 on Market Place as the anchor restaurant in the Power Plant Live complex. The restaurant’s...
  • Pasquale Mario 'Pat' Ercolano, produce manager

    Pasquale Mario 'Pat' Ercolano, produce manager
    Pasquale Mario "Pat" Ercolano, a retired produce manager, died Tuesday of pneumonia at Stella Maris Hospice in Timonium. He was 88. Born in Rome and raised in Sorrento, Italy, Mr. Ercolano was educated in public schools. As a teenager, he served as a...
  • The Interview: Catherine Mahan

    The Interview: Catherine Mahan
    Catherine Mahan founded a landscape architecture firm in 1983 on the first floor of a Mount Vernon rowhouse. She had four employees and scraped by at first doing jobs for local architects and designing backyards for homeowners. When she retired from...
  • Italian-style deli, music store planned as latest additions on The Avenue

    The weather is unseasonably warm. The trees are in bloom. And Hampden is dusting winter off itself and getting ready for an exciting and vibrant spring and summer. And if that isn't enough, Hampden is also getting an Italian-style deli. Luigi's, at 846...
  • Seawall chosen for Remington row house rehab project

    Seawall chosen for Remington row house rehab project
    Seawall Development Corp. has been recommended by a Baltimore City advisory committee to rehab nine vacant, city-owned row houses in Remington, marking another milestone for the community-minded developer best known for its teacher housing. Baltimore...
  • Tony Hawk Foundation gives $25,000 for Hampden skatepark

    The Tony Hawk Foundation has given $25,000 toward the construction of a skateboard park in Roosevelt Park in Hampden. The Skatepark of Baltimore, a nonprofit group dedicated to raising enough money to build a place for area youth to skateboard safely,...
  • Rotunda Giant makes a quiet exit

    Rotunda Giant makes a quiet exit
    Edith Bershadsky, of Tuscany-Canterbury, came to the Rotunda Giant shortly before 6 p.m. Thursday to buy a ticket for the record-breaking, $540 million Mega-Millions jackpot. But by the time she got there, Giant Food officials had already removed the...