Wesley Case

Writer

Wesley Case is a features reporter and critic for the Baltimore Sun. A South Jersey native who moved to Baltimore in 2008, he regularly writes about pop music, bars, nightlife and the alcohol industry. He studied English at the University of Delaware.

Recent Articles

  • How two Baltimore distilleries are bringing rye whiskey back

    How two Baltimore distilleries are bringing rye whiskey back

    Slowly, like a spirit aging in a barrel, rye whiskey is making a comeback — and two Baltimore companies are helping lead the way. Sagamore Spirit and Baltimore Spirits Co. have made it their mission to bring prominence back to Maryland’s once-beloved booze, which fell out of favor post-Prohibition...

  • These are the top 50 places to eat in Baltimore, according to Yelp

    These are the top 50 places to eat in Baltimore, according to Yelp

    Bar Liquorice, Ekiben and Joe Benny’s are the best places to eat in Baltimore, according to a new list released by the user-generated ratings website Yelp. The list includes businesses in Baltimore, Annapolis, Columbia and Towson, according to a spokeswoman for Yelp. The website identified establishments...

  • New Food Network show seeking first-time restaurant owners in Baltimore

    New Food Network show seeking first-time restaurant owners in Baltimore

    First-time Baltimore restaurant owners, this could be your chance. High Noon Entertainment — the production company behind TV shows such as “Cake Boss” and “Fixer Upper” — is seeking up to three first-time restaurant owners for a new Food Network show tentatively titled “Opening Night,” according...

  • Rosina Gourmet closes Canton sandwich shop

    Rosina Gourmet closes Canton sandwich shop

    Rosina Gourmet closed its Canton sandwich shop to the public this week. On Tuesday, the lunch eatery known for its fried chicken sandwiches posted a sign on its door informing customers it had closed to the public effective immediately. Owner Jim Lancaster, who owns the building at 2819 O’Donnell...

  • Fast-casual restaurant Pats Select now open in Cockeysville, Asian Garden to soon follow

    Fast-casual restaurant Pats Select now open in Cockeysville, Asian Garden to soon follow

    Italian restaurant Pats Select Pizza Grill has opened in Cockeysville, while Asian Garden, will open in the same mixed-use center on Monday. Owned by Stavros Kalaitzoglou, the fast-casual restaurants are located at 10151-10155 York Road at Crestridge Center. Pats, the 15th location for the pizza...

  • Papa John's coming to Canton Crossing shopping center

    Papa John's coming to Canton Crossing shopping center

    National pizza chain Papa John’s is the next tenant coming to the Southeast Baltimore shopping center Canton Crossing. The pizzeria will open inside the former Pie 360 space on Boston Street within the next four weeks, said developer Mark Sapperstein. The space will be split between Papa John’s...

  • Free cookies, fries and ride-share discounts for Maryland voters on Election Day

    Free cookies, fries and ride-share discounts for Maryland voters on Election Day

    On Election Day, all around the Baltimore-area, eyes will be glued to the polls. Naturally, the thinking goes, you might as well bite your nails among fellow citizens at the bar. Whether it’s a results watch party or simply wearing an “I Voted” sticker, the following establishments will be in the...

  • The Boathouse Canton has closed

    The Boathouse Canton has closed

    The BoatHouse Canton, a waterfront restaurant and bar in Baltimore, has closed. Known for its views and popular patio known as the DockBar, the restaurant’s final day of operation was Wednesday, said general manager Chris Golder. He declined to answer additional questions regarding the decision....

34°