A dedicated waffle restaurant is coming to Hampden, and these aren’t of the traditional breakfast variety.
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:
In honor of the man they’re dubbing “the world’s oldest brewery employee,” Union Craft Brewing will throw a party on Jan. 13 for Henry “Zadie” Benesch, who is turning 98. Fittingly, his favorite Union beer, Blackwing Lager, can be had for just $.98.
Baltimore-based chef Kiran Patnam will be competing against celebrity chef Bobby Flay in a cable-televised cook-off late next week.
One of Baltimore’s best boozy fundraisers of the spring has returned, relying upon a liquor with deep local roots to raise money for a great cause.
After a months-long process of forming a task force on the state’s beer laws and holding meetings, Comptroller Peter Franchot released proposals in December 2016 for loosening restrictions on Maryland’s craft breweries.
Hot Plate: Restaurants Celebrate New Year’s Eve, Lib’s Grill & Food Plenty Open, Suburban House Closes
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:
The Suburban House restaurant — a culinary touchstone for generations of local lovers of delicatessen cuisine for nearly eight decades — recently closed its doors at its 1700 Reisterstown Road location of seven years. A simple “Closed” sign is posted on the eatery’s front door.