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 […]
Recently craft distilleries have been experiencing a bit of a resurgence in the region. It seems that every time I blink, there’s a new one popping up. Similarly to the craft beer boom, all of the distilleries are different in their own right. Each distillery has its own […]
If you’re on the hunt for a burger in Baltimore, without a doubt the Crosstown Burger from Hamilton Tavern is sure to come up in your searches. It’s widely regarded as the best burger in Baltimore. But I rarely seem to find myself in Hamilton, until last week. […]
Locals Grow Smart is a new startup out of DC looking to solve the Inadequate local food access and premium pricing problem. I spoke with Harrison about a month ago and the Locals team is aiming to make local food access easy, sustainable, and year round. You can read more […]
If you’re looking for sushi in Baltimore, you’re bound to come across more than one recommendation for Shoyou Sushi or ‘Sushi Bruce’ in Fed Hill. I had heard that Chef Bruce had the freshest fish and the best creations and it’s within walking distance from where I live. […]
“This is what a burger place should smell like” were the first words out of my mouth when I entered Clark Burger. If you’ve ever been inside of a really good burger place, then you know the smell I’m referring to, slightly greasy, full of meat, and like […]
If you ask around for the best Italian deli in Baltimore, you will find two different types of people. People who are team Di Pasquales, and people who are team Trinacria. Di Pasquales is in Highlandtown and Trinacria is in Mount Vernon; I’ve already fallen in love with Di Pasquales but Mount Vernon is a little closer […]
Since Alma Cocina Latina opened in Canton I have been dying to try it out. The images I’ve seen of the food look amazing and everyone raves about their arepas (rightfully so). Due to a variety of factors I never quite made it over to Alma Cocina Latina until last weekend. […]
When I found out that the executive chef from one of my favorite restaurants, Food Market, is also the executive chef for City Cafe in Mount Vernon, I knew I had to try it. My friend, Kori is also a Chad Gauss fan and was looking forward to dinner.
A friend and I had breakfast plans in Annapolis. I live in Baltimore, so I left the restaurant choice up to her. The only requirement? It couldn’t suck. She had been wanting to try Grump’s Cafe, of course I was game.