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- Baltimore’s Wild Kombucha rolling out a new CBD-infused blood orange flavor Fast-growing local fermented-beverage maker Wild Kombucha is getting in on the CBD craze.
- Hot Plate: Baltimore Seafood Festival, Dining Out for Life, pawpaws are back and much more Baltimore’s food scene offers a little something for everyone this week, whether you’re a seafood lover, a dedicated carnivore or a foraging vegetarian. This week brings news of high-profile openings and some excellent opportunities to raise money for good causes while eating well. Here’s a look at what’s coming up:
- Former Baltimore Eagle operators opening their own club, Night Shift 2.0 The group that until last month was running the resurrected Baltimore Eagle leather bar and nightclub in Old Goucher is making a comeback this weekend, with the soft opening of Night Shift 2.0 at the edge of Canton, near the city-county line.
- Busboys & Poets opening new location in Columbia’s forthcoming Merriweather District Busboys & Poets, the D.C.-born restaurant-bar-coffee shop-bookstore chain, is expanding its growing roster of locations with a new one in Columbia’s in-progress Merriweather District.
- Hot Plate: Ryleigh’s Oyster Regatta, mushroom dinner at Foraged, City Cafe celebrates 25 years and more From openings to anniversaries to a weekend of food-friendly festivals, this week is a fun one in the Baltimore restaurant world. Here’s a look at what’s on the docket for the next few days:
- Months after owners decide to keep restaurant, The Dizz is closing, up for sale Diners were relieved in April to learn the owners of The Dizz, a beloved corner restaurant in Remington, had ditched plans to put the eatery and building on the market. Now, the restaurant is shutting down. A post on The Dizz’s Facebook page signed by co-owner Thomas L. Basta Jr. said the business is closed ...
- What We Make Now: Monument City Brewing Co. If you were living on Baltimore’s Eastside 60 years ago, you would have woken up and smelled yeast from one of the city’s big breweries nearby: Gunther, National Premium and, of course, National Bohemian. Those places are now long gone and have been replaced with condos and chain retail space. But over the past three ...
- Hot Plate: Labor Day parties, Ekiben grows, changes at Cardinal Tavern and Minnow, and more A short week means a long weekend, and even more opportunities for long, leisurely dinners. This week, Baltimore restaurants offer a few changes to take advantage of the last bits of summer. Plus, news of upcoming openings and revamps as we head into autumn. Here’s a look at what’s coming up:
- Former Parts & Labor butcher plans a smoked BBQ restaurant in Govans In culinary terms, George Marsh knows how to get the most out of an animal. He cut his teeth leading the butchery program for the lauded Woodberry Kitchen and, from 2013 to summer 2018, served as head chef for Remington’s now-shuttered whole-animal butchery and eatery Parts and Labor. “I loved my job there, I loved ...
- MTA piloting bus line between downtown Baltimore and Guinness brewery A year and change after lawmakers increased statewide brewing limits to cater to Guinness’ new U.S. production facility, Maryland is creating a new bus line spur to shuttle visitors to and from the attraction and brewing plant in Relay.