- Allan D. Gallant, an accountant who was an early proponent of bringing grocery stores to underserved neighborhoods, died Saturday at his Lutherville home. He was 87.
- Baltimore’s coffee landscape looked very different when Jay Caragay opened up his shop in Hampden in 2010. “When we opened this place it was really bringing a new approach to Baltimore,” he said.
- “It’s very hard to please everyone. And we wanted to take a really hard shot at pleasing everyone.”
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- James William “Bill” Heil was known as an ambassador for Baltimore-centric cuisine. A memorial luncheon featuring Baltimore dishes was held in his honor.
- The Argentine-themed steakhouse and hotspot for weddings and other large-scale events will serve its last meal on Saturday.
- It’s a tale of two crab houses. Phillips Seafood in Baltimore received $5 million through the Restaurant Revitalization Fund, while its branch in Ocean City got an additional $3,155,920.97. Faidley Seafood in Lexington Market, a woman- and veteran-owned business dating back to 1886, got nothing.
- The Milton Inn, part of Baltimore's Foreman Wolf restaurant group, shut down last year amid coronavirus difficulties. It officially re-opened July 21.
- The four-block, mostly industrial stretch in South Baltimore, known as the Warner Street corridor, could draw hundreds of thousands of visitors annually.
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- The lawsuit from a Black mom and her son “gives rise to reasonable inference” that they were denied service based on race and will proceed.
- No previous taco experience is required; however, applicants must be creative in their submission if they want the company to taco chance on them
- The property is next to the Severn River and may have once been a stop on the Underground Railroad.
- Around 40 businesses are set to participate in the biannual Howard County Restaurant Weeks & Craft Beverages event, which runs July 12 to 25.
- The pilot program will last three to four months, depending on participation, city officials said.