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Eating Out

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

What to Do July 23-26

Weekend Plans, What to Do July 23-26

Anytime Fun: Local Love Baltimore Restaurant Week Starting on Friday and running through Aug. 2, Baltimore Restaurant Week returns! More than ever, it’s important to get out and support your favorite restaurants, the places that add flavor and personality to our city. With pandemic restrictions, there will be no indoor …

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What to Do July 16-19

Weekend Plans, What to do July 16-19

Thursday World View Top of the World Observation Level on the 27th floor of Baltimore’s World Trade Center reopens today. Take the kids for a fresh perspective and a bird’s eye view of our city and surroundings. Expect to be inspired. Also expect COVID-19 precautions, including new traffic patterns for entering …

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No Reservations When restaurants shut, a community rallies

On a typical morning, Dave Seel dispenses advice about applying for unemployment and shares announcements about restaurants offering free meals to out-of-work servers, bartenders and cooks. A few months ago, Seel, owner of Blue Fork Marketing, a marketing and consulting firm for restaurants and small businesses, was sharing the good …

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Early Summer Recipes: Seared Scallops

This seared scallops recipe, courtesy of Chef Christopher Scanga of Petit Louis Bistro, is a tasty summer dish, perfect for any night of the week. But make no mistake; it’s also worthy of a weekend dinner with your favorite people. Check out their recipe below and get to cooking! Petit …

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Early Summer Recipes: Lobster Salad

Summer is easily our favorite time to enjoy seafood. Maybe it’s because we have easy access to the grill. Or it might be because of one simple pleasure: lobster rolls. The recipe for this classic salad comes from chef Cindy Wolf at Foreman Wolf.  Foreman Wolf Early Summer Lobster Salad …

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Highlandtown’s ‘Top Chef’

After working at various Baltimore restaurants, chef Jesse Sandlin is opening her own eatery, Sally O’s, in Highlandtown. Named after Sandlin’s grandmother, the former Laughing Pint space is scheduled to debut in mid-April. “It’s exciting; it’s terrifying,” says Sandlin, a former “Top Chef” contestant. The Baltimore native, who recently helmed …

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