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Eating Out

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

Taco Tuesday Or, Any Day

Taco Tuesday Taco fans rejoice: It’s officially Taco Tuesday. Vida Taco Bar’s executive chef Josh Brown has a seasonal creation that’s warm, comforting and full of flavor. Oh, and it’s entirely plant-based — spicy jerk tempeh tacos. Brown, who became a vegetarian two years ago, says he wanted to create …

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Salmon Run A seafood dish for all seasons

  It may be fall, but Marylanders still eat their seafood. In fact, some seek it out as an alternative to the turkey that inevitably awaits them. This salmon on mash recipe created by Fratelli’s Italian and Seafood in Hampstead is one such antidote. Even though it’s fall, diners still …

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yerba maté

We Tried It: Yerba Maté

The idea of kombucha has scared me for a very long time. Kombucha is made of fermented tea, basically teaming with bacteria and yeast cultures. This creates a vinegar-esque experience that, at least from what I was told, sticks with you for hours. I thought the yerba maté would be …

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Party Punches A Toast to the Happy Couple!

Planning is stressful. Whether it is a party, shower or wedding, the devil is in the never-ending details. Many couples say, after choosing a venue, the most labored portion of planning their big day is deciding on the food and beverage options. Stress no more, friends. In this less-is-more guide …

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Lyfe Café serves up a healthy menu

More and more restaurants are incorporating healthy alternatives to their menu, and Lyfe Café, an eatery in The Shops at Kenilworth, is serving that trend. The wholesome spot from local owner Penny Seabolt features an all-day menu with ingredients designed to promote physical and mental well-being. Think protein pancakes, clean …

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True to Form

In the culinary moment where farm-to-table is a given, True Chesapeake Oyster Co. is the first Maryland oyster farm to open a restaurant featuring oysters raised on its farm in Southern Maryland’s St. Jerome Creek. The 150-seat restaurant is now open in the renovated Whitehall Mill in Clipper Mill. Its …

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