- Dive Bar & Grille, a Pittsburgh-based restaurant group, will open a location in June at the former Rams Head Tavern in Historic Savage Mill.
- Popcorn, mixers and lake trout are just some of the delicious offerings available Sunday mornings from 7 a.m. to noon beneath the Jones Falls Expressway at Holliday and Saratoga streets.
- “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.
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- Ida B’s made a splash when it first opened in 2017 under the helm of chef David Thomas, who won praise for bringing innovative twists to staples of soul food.
- Despite the pandemic’s toll on small businesses, experts say the percentage of restaurants that shut down permanently in Maryland is significantly lower than expected.
- Jilly’s Bar & Grill in Pikesville is planning to reopen next door in a few months after a fire gutted its original location last October.
- According to a release, Atlas' Maryland-themed crab house Choptank will be located just off Annapolis' “Ego Alley."
- The new grocer will occupy the 6,000-square-foot Eddie’s building for about two years, until it is torn down as part of an effort to build a mixed-use development.
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- The Schnorrs took over what used to be called The Sundae Shack last March and opened The Bus Stop in April of 2020. The pandemic took a toll on businesses everywhere, but the couple tried to use it as an opportunity to flourish with a carry-out service.
- With the goal of supporting two industries hit hard by the pandemic, a Baltimore County bill aims to change zoning provisions and set up a permitting process for restaurants and bars to host live music.
- 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.
- This is the story of how the owners of Baltimore’s most popular fusion restaurant drove to Vermont over the weekend to cook a meal. It’s also a story about food and about dying.
- A year after the initial shutdown, a member of management said, “We feel good about these decisions to reopen, we feel like things are moving in a much more positive direction.”
- The money going to Valley Proteins in Dorchester County comes from Maryland's Bay Restoration Fund, which gets its money from a “flush fee” paid by residents and has been used to upgrade public sewage treatment plants.