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Hot Plate: The Island Room at Pen & Quill launches, Alewife and Cask & Grain close, Pickles to expand and more

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The Island Room, a collaboration between Baltimore Whiskey Company, Lyon Distilling and Pen & Quill, will pop up at Pen & Quill for a month, starting Thursday, June 28.

It’s officially summertime, Baltimore, which means it’s time to get serious about al fresco dining, beachy cocktails and crabs. This week, local restaurants have you covered. Here’s a look at what to expect:

Hot Plate: Openings all over the city, World Cup viewing spots, Father’s Day whiskey and meat, and more

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Korean-American fusion restaurant Jazz + Soju opened in Anthem House in Locust Point last Thursday.

This week has a little bit of everything for Baltimore food lovers, from wine to whiskey to…goat cheese. Plus, there’s plenty of red meat in honor of Father’s Day. Here’s a look at what local restaurants have planned.

Hot Plate: Big Softy at R. House, The Ready Room opens, Bill Bateman’s closes in Towson, National Rosé Day and more

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Big Softy returns to the R. House pop-up space June 10, for a week of crabby delights.

Cheers, Baltimore! With a multitude of events celebrating booze and (sometimes) food, this week is sure to be a festive one in and around town. Here’s a look at what’s happening:

Hot Plate: St. Nicholas Greek Festival, wine dinner at Cosima, First Friday events and more

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The St. Nicholas Greek Festival starts Friday, June 7.

Regardless of whether the weather cooperates, Baltimore restaurants are celebrating the summer months this week. Here’s a look at what’s happening.

Hot Plate: Memorial Day weekend festivities, Sunday Funday events, beer and cocktail dinners

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Rusty Scupper will offer a Sunday Funday menu and have live music on its topside deck all summer long.

Memorial Day weekend is upon us and with it, local restaurants and bars are planning fun events that celebrate the sunshine. Here’s a look at what’s happening around town this weekend and all week long.

Hot Plate: Preakness parties, royal wedding treats, Biggie Smalls brunch and more

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Hot Plate: Preakness parties, royal wedding treats, Biggie Smalls brunch and more
Sagamore Spirit Rye drinks are on Preakness celebration menus at Mt. Washington Tavern and Ryleigh’s Oyster this weekend.

With Preakness, a royal wedding and a bunch of other fun food events on the horizon, this week is shaping up to be a good one in Baltimore. Here’s a look at what’s coming up:

Hot Plate: Festivals, restaurant openings, Mother’s Day, a Parts & Labor yard sale and more

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The Maryland Craft Beer Festival takes place in Frederick on Saturday, May 12. It’s one of several festivals happening on Saturday.

Last week, the news out of Baltimore’s restaurant scene wasn’t great, with several beloved restaurants announcing their closing. This week, the view from Charm City is much sunnier, with multiple openings on the horizon! And, of course, a day dedicated to moms (and brunch).

Here’s a look at what’s happening around town this week:

Hot Plate: Restaurant closings, farmers’ markets return, Cinco de Mayo, Kentucky Derby and Mother’s Day plans

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The Sandlot opens for the season on Saturday, May 5, with a party featuring a new Monument City Brewing beer.

Not all of this week’s restaurant news is good–-a couple tough closings have recently been announced. But we have a big party weekend ahead of us, Baltimore, and a lot to look forward to for the rest of the month.

Here’s a look at what’s happening:

Hot Plate: LB Skybar reopening, Ramps & Rose dinner at Foraged, Petit Louis’ April in Paris fete and more

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LB Skybar opens Friday on the 19th floor of the Lord Baltimore Hotel.

If you’re thinking about heading outside with a drink in hand, now’s the time, Baltimore. This week brings tons of opportunities to eat and drink seasonally and locally–and outdoors. Here’s a look at what’s on tap:

Hot Plate: Sagamore Spirit celebrates one year, Tacos ‘N Taps at Harbor Point and much more

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Sagamore Spirit distillery will celebrate its first anniversary with a day-long party on Saturday, April 21.

There’s never a bad time to be a foodie in Baltimore, but in terms of restaurant events, some weeks are better than others. This week happens to be one of the better ones. Here’s a look at what’s coming up:

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