Laurel resident Mike Walls, who dined at Salute Ristorante Italiano on Main Street about once a week with his wife, Ruth, said they are going to miss the warmth and individualized service the family offered at Salute. The Walls hosted a farewell party for restaurant owners Abdellah and Meriem Kass on New Year's Day.
Towson's Greene Turtle restaurant on Thursday unveiled its new rooftop "Turtle Shell" bar, an $890,000 addition and renovation that caused a stir in both Towson and Annapolis because of the public loans used on the project.
Cunningham's — the latest from the Bagby Restaurant Group, whose other restaurants include Ten Ten American Bistro and Fleet Street Kitchen — gets this right in so many ways.Cunningham's in Towson is a big-shouldered restaurant with staying power
Maryland is changing the way it lets striped bass be caught for sale, ending decades of regulating the popular Chesapeake Bay fish by limiting the times when it can be harvested. Starting Jan. 1, commercial fishermen will have individual quotas of striped bass they can catch most any time, not just in the relative handful of days permitted this year.
On Dec. 5, Binder and Wood were notified by Cedar Realty Trust, which owns the village center, that their lease in the building will not be renewed. According to Binder, Cedar cited "many variables" for not renewing the lease, almost all of which are said to beyond Second Chance's control. Binder said Second Chance said has no outstanding debt with Cedar Realty, and that the relationship between the two is a good one.
The January dinner will be the second within the past year to feature Baltimore-based chefs at the James Beard House, a storied culinary venue named for the celebrated author, educator and champion of American cuisine
A restaurant/sports bar in Portsmouth, Va., where Roger Browns lives bears his name. Brown, a onetime 300-pound All Pro defensive tackle, also owns establishments in Williamsburg and Newport News. On the menu is a club sandwich called the "Fearsome Foursome," a nod to the nickname given the celebrated defensive lines on which Brown played in both Detroit and L.A.