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Eating Out

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

Brewed by Women: Pink Boots Society

Brewed by Women—Pink Boots Society As local breweries have taken off across the country, so too have the stereotypes about the people behind the beverage. For one, many assume that beer makers are men. Hollie Stephenson, head brewer at Guinness Open Gate Brewery in Halethorpe, has seen how this plays …

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Fired Up

Char’d City, a restaurant dishing out a mix of Southern Italian and North African fare, is officially open in Hamilton. Located at 5402 Harford Road, in the old Clementine space, Chard is co-owned by husband and wife Sindee Gibson and Yassine Rmadhnia. Rmadhnia says he’s hoping to bring some of …

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Feast of the Seven Fishes A December Menu of Seafood

Feast of the Seven Fishes For those who aren’t Italian or Catholic, Feast of the Seven Fishes almost sounds like a made-up occasion — a tongue-in-cheek poke at religious-naming traditions instead of the full-on banquet of seafood that marks the Christmas Eve meal. But the uninitiated should know: It is …

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Weekend Plans: Nov.21-24

Make plans for the weekend! Here is Baltimore Style’s lineup of great events around the area between Thursday and Sunday. Thursday  Stoop Storytelling: In Search of Safety In this special event, the Charm City-based live storytelling series zeroes in on a controversial topic: forced migration. Refugees and advocates share stories …

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Dish it Up People still love food, and photos of it

Baltimore is immersed in foodies with a following. Any rumors of a decline in blogging, it seems, have been greatly exaggerated, at least for these three social-media influencers, armed with their handheld lights, menus and growing platforms. Recipes and write-ups For Jordan Zelesnick, widely known as @jzeats on Instagram, it’s …

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Baltimore’s Lost Restaurants

Suzanne Loudermilk and Kit Waskom Pollard, two well-established Baltimore writers, have penned a new book that finds a table for readers in some of Balitmore’s long-gone eateries, “Lost Restaurants of Baltimore.” It’s a history of the city through its restaurants — a book of food and social trends for which …

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Gift basket from Eddie's of Roland Park

Baltimore’s North Pole of Gift Baskets

Wandering into the office break room to fetch a sandwich bag full of limp celery, you see it, perched in the center of the table. With its cellophane wrap coruscating under the fluorescent lights, it is the first gift basket of the season. Within seconds, the moribund celery is forgotten. …

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Autumn-Flavored Drinks to Sip Right Now

Despite its reign over fall flavors through the past decade, pumpkin spice is only one of many delicious autumn tastes to explore. This bountiful selection of alcoholic beverages includes a local pumpkin beer and highlights spirits perfect for seasonal sipping: Baltimore-based Full Tilt Brewing offers a fall-inspired imperial ale, the …

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We Found Harbor East’s Best-Kept Secret

This waterfront corner of Harbor East is closed to traffic and dark even in midday: An exoskeleton of scaffolding casts shadows down Lancaster Street. There’s no sign, only window lettering informing passers-by this isn’t just any corner. It’s Keystone Korner. Keystone Korner, says music director Todd Barkan, is the “wonderful …

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