If you haven’t heard of R. House in Remington yet, well you must live under a rock. This spot opened at the end of 2016 to much hubris. There are nine permanent stalls and a spot for a rotating popup. Eventually, I will work my way through all […]
2016 has been a fantastic year for food. Baltimore saw the opening of many new restaurants and I ate a ton of delicious dishes. I definitely slacked on blogging more than just a little, but I wanted to share my favorite dishes of this year with everyone. My […]
This is a duplicate of a post I wrote for Tapas in the City Baltimore isn’t known for being a pizza town – whomever you’re talking to will always be quick to remind you that significantly better pizza can be found just a short drive away in New […]
The Remington Chop will be back on June 11th for the second year in a row. Taking place in Remington at R. House, this event brings together food lovers and local chefs for an afternoon of interactive workshops plus a biergarten with live music and local food vendors.
Update: B Doughnut has since relocated to NoVa. If you’re not a morning person, and can’t make it out of bed before noon, then B Doughnut is probably not the place for you. Their doughnuts sell out early every day. The other morning I got my act together […]
I’m not going to lie – I was slightly disappointed by the lack of cheese in the Spanakopita at Hickory Ridge Grill. I was definitely craving a better rendition of the dish. My roommate and I were in Hampden and we were both hungry in the middle of the […]
Blue Pit BBQ is perhaps the newest locally owned BBQ joint to open in Baltimore. Not to throw any shade at Dinosaur BBQ, it’s good there, but I prefer spending my money on local establishments. A friend and I both really love meat, specifically brisket. After spending a […]
Perhaps my favorite thing to eat is pizza. And the pizza from Birroteca in Hampden is no different. Fun fact: Birroteca is owned by Robin Haas, the same genius behind another favorite of mine, Nickel Taphouse.
The newest restaurant to the Spike Gjerde empire is Parts and Labor in Charles Village/Remington. I’ve been to Woodberry Kitchen and Artifact Coffee which are both owned by Spike and Amy Gjerde and I love them (as does almost everyone else in Baltimore) so I had high hopes for Parts […]
Update: This location of Alchemy is now closed For a while now, I’ve wanted to try Alchemy in Hampden. It’s been on my list for quite possibly two years now so I was thrilled the other night when I was going out to dinner with some friends, we […]