- Later this year, Paul Thomas, owner of The CIVIL in Mount Vernon, intends to open a hookah lounge and a mac and cheese takeout joint, both in Fells Point.
- Whether you’re looking for a glamorous taste of Spain or a beach bar where you can take the kids, here are five places to try on your next visit to Ocean City.
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- The federal government on Monday announced proposed new regulations that would force food processors to reduce the amount of salmonella bacteria found in some raw chicken products or risk being shut down.
- The Maryland Department of Transportation, in partnership with the Maryland Department of National Resources, is conducting a two-week archaeological excavation on the Elkridge Furnace Inn site in Howard County to learn about the history of the two small cabins on the property as well as how they were used.
- As longtime Baltimoreans know, the peach cake is one of the delights of July and August. It’s highly seasonal, and the mania for it seems to be largely local.
- Maryland's cuisine used to be front and center in America and Baltimore is still producing its own unique flavors and food world personalities, including the local creator of a new spice blend to rival Old Bay.
- The restaurant, which has been anchored at Cross Street Market in Federal Hill since 2019, will open a standalone location in the Hampden area by 2024.
- With the launch of The Stand, Carleen Goodridge will join a surge of Black entrepreneurs helping revitalize Baltimore at a time when other companies are leaving and many restaurants have closed.
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- Restaurant weeks abound in Baltimore as summer dining and entertaining moves into full swing.
- Find a local pub to enjoy an authentic match with a local twist as Everton, the English Premier League team, takes on league foe Arsenal in an exhibition match at 7 p.m. Saturday at M&T Bank Stadium.
- FX Network's 'The Bear' feels perfectly suited for our times, tackling topics like mental health, toxic kitchen workplaces and the clash of elevated and casual-dining worlds.
- George Adam Simon, an old-fashioned Baltimore baker who offered generations of his signature peach cakes and wafer thin sugar cookies, died of heart failure Tuesday at Gilchrist Towson Center. He was 90.
- They’re banking on the outcome of the primary election to change things by hosting fundraisers and donating to candidates. But there’s no consensus on just exactly who is best for business as a top prosecutor. For some, it’s simply anyone but the incumbent.
- After 30 years perfecting his family's medivka recipe, a former McCormick food scientist has teamed up with a Baltimore distillery to sell the Ukrainian honey liqueur to benefit Doctors Without Borders.