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Matthew and Joan Lallo never intended to open a restaurant in Baltimore. But considering the interesting menu and top-notch service at their Mount Washington spot, the Blue Sage Cafe & Wine Bar, Baltimore is lucky that they did. Blue Sage opened in...
Tags: Sage, Breads, Pies and Tarts, Bars and Clubs, Salt
The Hartford CourantA word to NoRA Cupcake Company newcomers: Expect the unexpected. They just don't do "ordinary" here. The 5-month-old Middletown cupcake shop presents a daily menu of imaginative indulgences, with passionately creative recipes that almost make red...
Special to Tribune NewspapersThe third annual Taste of the Gold Coast highlighted neighborhood restaurants with a night of tastings, music and a silent auction benefiting the North Dearborn Association. Menu highlights included Cape Cod's crab cakes and clam chowder; pulled pork...
Eventually, the restaurant team of Kevin Boehm and Rob Katz will open a restaurant that fails to live up to expectations. Mostly because expectations for this everything-touched-turns-golden duo keep rising. How can they not? From Boka to Girl & the Goat...
Tags: Phil Vettel, Strawberries, Lemons, Perennial Virant, Boka
If I were going to a restaurant that served bar food — or a gastropub, as we call them today — I'd want to make sure its French fries were in order. But the fries at English Tap and Beer Garden disappointed me. They weren't crisp, were near...
Every year, new restaurants, stores and other attractions pop up on the Delaware shore. This year is no exception. The list below is a sampling of some of the more interesting places that have recently opened their doors, as wel as some beach standbys....
Tags: Concerts, Music, Health, Sandwiches, Entertainment
1) Crumbs Bake Shop Talk about timing! In 2003, Mia and Jason Bauer opened the first Crumbs Bake Shop on the Upper West Side. A few years later, cupcakes became an item of foodie interest for the first time, and Crumbs had a full selection of artisan...
Tags: Upper West Side, Martha Stewart, New Canaan, Stamford
The Rusty Scupper is celebrating its 30th anniversary on the south side of Baltimore's Inner Harbor. The restaurant says that all told, it's served more than 1.7 million crab cakes, 780,000 pounds of jumbo lump crab meat and 156,000 dozen oysters. If you...
Tags: Culture, Inner Harbor, Tomatoes, Ceremonies, The Happiest News!
What is it we want from Phillips? Like it or not, the restaurant is the city's unofficial headquarters for Chesapeake seafood. For the last three decades, more visitors to Baltimore likely received their first crab cake from Phillips in Harborplace...
It's a daunting feat to try and cover Bob Dylan, but when Creative Alliance rocks their fourth Night of 1000 Dylans on Friday, Brian Simms will be handling the keyboard and accordion responsibilities. "I began picking out songs from the radio on a...
First impression: Walk into the noisy, light-filled lobby of The Westin Diplomat and you could be at any family friendly resort. Walk to the left, across the threshold of Hollywood Prime, however, and you immediately feel the embrace of high-end...
Overall impression: The classic neighborhood American tavern is alive and well at J. Mark's. Its first location in Pompano Beach opened four years ago. The Fort Lauderdale spot followed last summer. Judging by the crowds, people love this place, where...
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