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Eating Out

Here are stories about local chefs, restaurants and other cuisine trends that will have you eating well.

Hearth, Heart and Hospitality Foreman Wolf reimagines legendary Milton Inn dining establishment with a delightful new concept

Quaker settlers and travelers have dined and lodged within its walls. Its heritage as a fine-dining destination has attracted guests from all corners of Maryland. When the COVID-19 pandemic shuttered this beloved Baltimore County attraction, the fate of the property and its purpose was unknown. In July, The Milton Inn …

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Butchery and Restaurant Debuts in Remington

Butchery and Restaurant Debuts in Remington John Brown General and Butchery opens second location in Remington

John Brown General and Butchery (JBGB) wasn’t actively looking for a place to open a second location. Its original butchery and coffee shop in the Worthington Valley in northern Baltimore County maintains a loyal customer base. But when a space in Baltimore’s Remington neighborhood that was already outfitted to serve …

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Culinary Arts From the Ground Up

Culinary Arts From the Ground Up

Groundwork Kitchen, the latest social enterprise from Paul’s Place, offers Pigtown residents a space to find farm-to-table dishes and pursue culinary passions. The new initiative, which launched July 20, serves as a restaurant and a culinary arts training program where students gain practical experience from back-of-house to front-of-house operations. William …

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4 Places to Eat Crabs

Explore some of the best places in the Baltimore area to eat crabs. Conrad’s Seafood Restaurant With its beach-chic décor and plenty of dining space for lots of crackin’, Conrad’s Seafood Restaurant in Perry Hall offers waterman Anthony Conrad’s best crabs and freshest seafood. 9654 Belair Road, Perry Hall 410-529-3474 …

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At the Heart of Cuisine and Community The newly opened Perennial restaurant cultivates convivial dining experiences in Towson

Over the past several years, Towson has experienced a revitalization of people and places. Businesses reopening along York Road, and development projects such as 101 York, Circle East and Towson Row, have created community and conviviality. Towson’s cuisine and culinary profile are also getting a lift as well. In July, …

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