The stalls at R. House now offer brunch. Even though each of the stalls has their own brunch specials, my go-to is still Ground & Griddled, the original brunch stall. The menu is full of breakfast sandwiches which is totally one of my preferred brunch options. Also, the […]
In my never-ending quest to try everything in Baltimore, I found myself at R. House for dinner and in the mood to visit a stall and hadn’t yet been to. Be.bim, the Korean stall, was one of the few I hadn’t tried yet. I love the food at […]
Last week I shared my favorite plates of 2017, but for the best drinks of 2017, I’ve turned to some of my favorite bloggers to get a bit of a different perspective. I asked them each to share one of their favorite drinks from the past year and […]
As another year comes to a close, it’s time to reflect on some of the best bites I ate this year. Similarly to the best plates of 2016 list, I’m only sharing dishes that I tried for the first time this year, no chains, and only one dish […]
Whenever someone asks for my favorite restaurant (or restaurants) in Baltimore, Clavel in Remington always tops my list. Everything on the menu is great, but it’s the queso fundito that keeps me coming back for more. Pro tip, the space is small, maybe about 40 seats inside with […]
Next up on the R. House chronicles is White Envelope Arepa Bar. I was thrilled when the news came out that an arepa bar was joining the line up at R. House. If you’re unfamiliar, an arepa is a type of bread Made of white cornmeal, water and salt, […]
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 […]
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.