Retro Johnny Dee’s has modern-day appeal.
Fifty years ago, Johnny Dee’s Lounge was a fledgling restaurant in Baynesville (now considered Parkville). Today, the throwback eatery continues to serve many of the same hand-made foods of its past...
DelMarVa’s Southern Café in Canton takes a “fast-casual” approach.
DelMarVa’s Southern Café, the new “fast-casual” restaurant on Boston Street, looks like a homey cafe with its shelves of canning jars near the entrance. Then you realize the menu is mounted to the...
Daniela serves up Italian pastas and pastries in Hampden.
Most diners opt to take the food at Daniela Pasta & Pastries to their homes. There, in the comfort of their own kitchens, they can divvy up an oversized serving of enticing lasagna, layered with...
A longtime downtown staple is revived with a new owner and menu.
A segment of Baltimore surely would have mourned the loss of Werner’s, a one-time power center for those members of the downtown legal scene who didn’t have an expense account. The iconic Art-Deco,...
Willow, Stuggy’s newest offspring, branches out with Tex-Mex fare.
The Stuggy’s empire continues to grow with the opening of Willow along the same Fells Point block that already houses the hot-dog shop and Rye, a cocktail bar—all owned by Ryan Perlberg, in...
A Harford County locale delivers the classics.
If you’re in Little Italy hankering for a plate of pasta heaped with red sauce, there are a number of options. If you’re in Havre de Grace, the choice of where to dine is what you might call a no-...
Asian Court impresses with its dim sum and lunch special.
Western appetites need not be afraid of the pig intestine or tripe on the menu at Asian Court in Ellicott City. There are plenty of familiar dishes that will satisfy apprehensive eaters—from kung pao...
Baba’s Mediterranean Kitchen
On a busy night, about 70 percent of the business at Baba’s Mediterranean Kitchen—on the Locust Point end of Federal Hill— is carryout. Good thing, as it’s hard to imagine owner Farid Salloum making...
Since The Corner Stable opened in Cockeysville in 1972, it has attracted hungry, happy crowds with its aim-to-please menu—heavy on fall-off-the-bone ribs and oversized crab cakes and light on...
Sometimes, a sad event leads to a happy new beginning. That was the case for chef Luca Pesci, who lost his job after the death of his boss and the closure of the restaurant Boccaccio. He eventually...