With 2018 winding down, I’m thinking back to all of my favorite things I ate this year including dumplings, steak tartare, sunchokes and a toasted marshmallow.
Baltimore is all about crabs year round, but especially in the summer. When the Maryland Blue Crab hits peak season people go absolutely crazy for these crustaceans. Personally, crab isn’t my favorite thing in the world, but when I see a recipe that is going to bring out […]
Wings are one of my favorite things. And when tossed in a great sauce and thrown on the grill, it’s almost perfection. Some of my friends were coming over for dinner and I knew that wings would not only be super easy to pull together, but that everyone would […]
For Father’s Day this year, Fleming’s Steakhouse is inviting you to celebrate with your dad (or anyone special to you, really). I had an opportunity to come in a few days before Father’s Day (June 17th this year!) and check out some of the offerings.
After years of successfully operating fast casual Mediterranean kiosks downtown,Maria Kaimakis and Vassos Yiannouris opened up a full service restaurant in Roland Park. Cypriana has been open just over a year serving all of the menu favorites and more. I had the chance to visit earlier this week […]
Poke bowls are one of my favorite things to eat for lunch. They’re super light and refreshing and lead to a really satisfying healthy meal. Recently, I’ve been working from home more often and I’ve been using my lunch break to try new places for a quick bite. […]
I love a good Italian spot, and Ristorante Firenze in Reisterstown is no different. Almost everything is made in house which is something that I really appreciate. And new this summer, they debuted a Peroni Beer Garden which looks like an awesome space to hang out on a nice […]
French pastries are some of my favorite so I’ve been anxiously awaiting for Sacre Sucre to open in Fells Point. The space just opened up on Fleet and I’m in love with the clean look they have going on in there.
Easily, one of the most anticipated restaurant openings in Baltimore last year was Rye Street Tavern. Over in Port Covington, the restaurant is situated on the water and the space is seriously lovely. It’s large, but welcoming, and the burgundy and copper color scheme gives me all of […]
Downtown Baltimore is mostly a vast wasteland of overpriced chains. Chez Hugo Bistro recently opened on Redwood Street, about two blocks from the inner harbor and offers a lovely Parisian escape from the city.