- LaShauna Jones, her daughter, granddaughter and their hot dog company, Sporty Dog Creations, are injecting new life into the partially vacant building at 333 N. Charles St.
- Consumers today either go to the store or order deliveries online. Now, a California startup with Baltimore expansion plans envisions another choice, on-demand mobile stores that consumers hail like Uber rides.
- Albert Holley, owner of three Rita's franchises, uses his business to give opportunity to young adults.
- The fast-growing Latino community in Southeast Baltimore is now home to an authentic Mexican sweet shop. Corazón Helado —meaning cold heart in English — features handcrafted ice cream and paletas (popsicles), which remind immigrants of home.
- Despite criticism from Baltimore County Council members and residents last week, the council approved amended zoning changes allowing hundreds more restaurants to host live music.
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- Mango Grove, an Indian restaurant in Columbia that was destroyed by a gas explosion more than a year and a half ago, will reopen Monday with carryout and delivery service.
- “There is no rivalry,” Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott said, standing inside the restaurant. Instead, he thinks Baltimore is the clear winner. “D.C.’s food scene does not compete with Baltimore,” Scott said.
- Baltimore City has served thousands of dollars in fines, revoked a liquor license and temporarily shuttered several establishments as a result of COVID-19 violations.
- Baltimore County Council members and residents took issue with what they called potential “unintended consequences” of proposed zoning changes that would allow hundreds more restaurants to hold live music.
- Richard Edelen “Richie” Evans, a former lacrosse player whose Towson bar, The Crease, attracted a wide following, has died of Covid-19 at 79.
- The Food Market, the Baltimore-based restaurant known for its Amish pretzels with beer cheese and other comfort food dishes, has opened a second location in Downtown Columbia’s Central District.