Kit Pollard

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Kit Waskom Pollard is a Baltimore Fishbowl contributing writer. She writes Hot Plate every Friday in the Baltimore Fishbowl.

Hot Plate: Bourbon Tasting at Mt. Washington Tavern, Ampersea Opens, Basque Film at The Parkway Theater and More

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Mt. Washington Tavern’s 4th annual Kentucky Nights bourbon tasting, benefiting Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital, is on Thursday, Feb. 22.

The Valentine’s Day rush might be over, but Baltimore restaurants aren’t slowing down. This week brings a flurry of new opening announcements plus a wide variety of food and drink-related events. Here’s a look at what’s happening:

Hot Plate: Specials for Valentine’s Day, Mardi Gras, Chinese New Year

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It’s Valentine’s season in Baltimore – and local restaurants are ready.

This week is a big one, Baltimore, with food-friendly holidays filled with love, luck and lots of fun. Here’s a look at what’s happening around town.

Hot Plate: New Breakfast Options, Super Bowl Specials and more

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Belgian waffles are one of the additions to the newly expanded breakfast and lunch menus at LB Bakery.

From oysters to bubbles to wings-and-beer buffets, this week is shaping up to be a fun one in the Baltimore restaurant world. Here’s a look at what’s happening in and around town:

Hot Plate: Fork & Wrench & Regi’s for Sale, Restaurant Weeks Continue, CiderCon Comes to Baltimore

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Pappas is one of about 60 restaurants participating in Baltimore County Restaurant Week, which runs through Feb. 3.

This week brings lots of Baltimore restaurant news – not all of it good, unfortunately – and a variety of events that will keep all sorts of food and drink lovers busy. Here’s a look at what’s happening:

Hot Plate: Restaurant Week Continues, Filipino Pop-Up at Ida B’s, Peter’s Inn BLTs at Bertha’s & More

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Chef Kiran Patnam’s butter chicken, which beat Bobby Flay on the Food Network last week, is now available at Apropoe’s in Harbor East.

It’s chilly outside, but Baltimore’s restaurant scene is hot with openings, Restaurant Week and intriguing collaborative events. Here’s a look at what’s happening around town:

Hot Plate: Korean Pop-Ups at Dylan’s & Wet City, Cakebread Cellars Dinners & More

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Spicy crab soup will be on the menu when Korean pop-up haenyo takes over the kitchen at Dylan’s Oyster House on Monday night.

It’s a busy week coming up in the Baltimore restaurant scene, with several exciting openings on the horizon and fun food events of all different types.

Here’s a look at what’s coming up:

Hot Plate: foraged eatery Opens, Restaurant Week Begins

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Chef Chris Amendola’s new Hampden restaurant, foraged eatery, opened last week.

Happy New Year, Baltimore food lovers!

With the holidays behind us and 2018 a clean slate, local restaurants are getting back into regular routines and trying some new things. Here’s a look at what’s new and what’s coming up this week:

Hot Plate: Restaurants Celebrate New Year’s Eve, Lib’s Grill & Food Plenty Open, Suburban House Closes

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Local restaurants have plenty of champagne on ice in anticipation of Sunday night’s New Year’s Eve celebrations. Photo copyright.

With 2017 nearly over and 2018 on the horizon, local restaurants are ready to break out the bubbly. Here’s a look at what Baltimore’s food scene has in store for New Year’s Eve, New Year’s Day and the rest of the week to come:

Hot Plate: Donut Stop Believin’ at Waverly, Metropolitan Wine Bar Closing, Christmas Plans

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Donut Stop Believin’ Pop-up will pop up at the Waverly farmers’ market tomorrow –
and will donate all proceeds to Moveable Feast. Photo courtesy of Doug Wetzel.

With Christmas upon us, this week is both festive and calm, with a flurry of special dinners scheduled for the holiday, then a quiet week from Tuesday on. Here’s a look at what Baltimore’s restaurants have on tap for the holiday week:

Hot Plate: Holiday Markets at Dylan’s & Bird in Hand, Pancakes at Gertrude’s, Christmas Eve Dining Options

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Fans of the Feast of Seven Fishes have several options around Baltimore this year, including Gnocco, which will serve its feast on Saturday, Dec. 23.

It’s the most wonderful time of the year…for dining out. Whether you have last minute shopping to do or you just need a break from wrapping gifts, local restaurants offer plenty of reasons to visit this week.