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Syosset, NY: Arata

Whenever I visit my parents on Long Island, we make sure to grab some sushi. It’s a family and we love sharing a few different rolls. I really only eat tuna and salmon, the rest of my immediate family is the same way so there’s no feeling guilty […]

Harbor East: Charleston

Charleston has been on my Baltimore restaurant bucket list since I moved here in 2008. I’m not sure what took me so long to get here because everything was amazing and the service was impeccable. I was pleasantly surprised with the fact that Charleston wasn’t stuffy. I was […]

Hampden: Paulie Gee’s

Hersh’s in Federal Hill has long been my go to pizza spot. But it’s always good to know other spots in the city and after what felt like months (if not years) of renovations, Paulie Gee’s finally opened in Hampden in the summer of 2016.  I had visited […]

Food Truck: B’more Greek

I love a good gyro. Airy pita, creamy tzatziki, and tons of freshly sliced lamb. Recently, my coworker walked pretty far for lunch just to track down the B’more Greek food truck. She raved about her meal for days so I knew the next time it was in the […]

Ellicott City: Eattini

I haven’t had Thai food in what feels like months. When my friend suggested checking out Eattini in Ellicott City I was down for an adventure and to add some spice to my taste buds. Beyond a few noodle dishes, I’m not particularly well versed in Thai food so i […]

Recipe: Romesco Sauce

I bought a NutriBullet Blender a few months ago and since then I’ve been blending things whenever I get the chance. One of my kitchen staples has been a nice jar of Romesco sauce. It’s creamy, nutty, and bright – it gives a pop to everything I’ve been […]

Downtown: Aggio

Update: Aggio is now closed The saying goes “Restaurant Week is the most delicious week of the year” and that couldn’t be more true. Three courses at some of Baltimore’s best restaurants sounds like a no-brainer in my book. After looking over all of the menus, Aggio really […]