Baltimore’s beloved pit beef joint plans to open new locations.
What is the best piece of advice for a great summer cookout?
Your choices for the best of Baltimore in various categories.
In honor of National Ice Cream Month, we round up 20 of the best flavors in town.
Old Bay is hotter than ever.
Chef Scott Hines brought home $14,000 after competing on Guy’s Grocery Games.
Academy Award-nominated directors document local ice cream company's journey.
Executive chef at Azumi shares his favorite things.
We've got some great fish tales for our first-ever seafood issue.
Clementine owners turn to full-time catering.
This weekend’s event marks the competition’s first year in Baltimore.
Bryan Voltaggio’s Family Meal takes home-style cooking to a new level.
Eight remaining chefs are gearing up for round two of the regional competition.
Restaurant openings, closings, and recent news.
Jailbreak, Union, and Heavy Seas are all finding zen in the brewhouse.
J.M. Clayton Seafood Company celebrates 125 years of crab picking on the Eastern Shore.
A Greek mezze-style restaurant comes to Harbor East.
Turkish restaurant Mare Nostrum is a great addition to Fells Point.
We look back at the five-year run of the Fells Point club.
City waives fee for restaurants, while county event has more dining options than ever.
Distilleries are popping up all over Maryland, everywhere from Under Armour to the Eastern Shore.
Our guide to the largest free arts festival in the country.
Susan and Bill Wade dive into the world of Chesapeake Bay crab decks in their new book.
Hampden’s Arômes engages the senses.
Our suggestions on where you should get your best shucks.
Here are some special spots to get your fish fix.
Check out these six scrumptious events to get your seafood fix.
Beloved former owners of Iggie's Pizza close their Towson pie place.
Our state crustacean appears on area menus in every imaginable form.
Mussels, octopus, squid, and shrimp make us as happy as clams in mud.
Hampden’s Baltimore Chef Shop gets new digs.
Restaurant openings, closings, and news from this week.
Owner Michael Tabrizi opts out of restaurant week to aid the city’s homeless.
The Woodberry neighbors team up to create Basque-inspired beer.
The veteran caterer will open a contemporary American restaurant next summer.
The former Dylan's space will be a 35-seat wine and charcuterie bar.