County Executive Johnny Oleszewski will cut the ribbon Saturday, Feb. 20 on a new Shake Shack in the heart of Towson.
Hot Plate: De Kleine Duivel & Birroteca reopen, celebrate National Margarita Day, fish & chips at The Corner Pantry and more
With Baltimore City’s one-hour dining restriction lifted – and a few chilly but snow-less days on the horizon – this week is a promising one for local restaurants. Here’s a look at what’s coming up:
Baltimore is feeling the love this week starting, but not ending, with tons of Valentine’s Day goodness. Here’s a look at what’s happening in Charm City’s restaurant scene this week:
Escape to the country this weekend and enjoy some Sweetheart Shopping at Star Bright Farm for this Valentine’s Day. The warm and welcoming barn provides a cozy atmosphere as you peruse personal gifts, sipping on bubbly and enjoying the moments. A shopping experience that is a match made in heaven.
After months of home cooking, it’s easy to get stuck in a routine. Purchasing the same ingredients can often lead to making the same recipes week after week. If you feel like your dinnertime playlist could use a reboot, try refreshing your meal plan with fresh produce from Hungry Harvest. Sign up for home delivery of farm fresh produce and pantry staples, starting at only $15!
Capital News Service – A Maryland House committee on Friday voted to approve a bill prohibiting all retail establishments from distributing a plastic carryout bag at the point of sale.
HB314, the Plastic Bag Reduction Act, cross-filled with SB223 in the state Senate, would tackle the plastic pollution problem in the state, advocates said.
From Super Bowl wings to Valentine’s Day lobster, the next week or so is sure to be tasty in homes and restaurants all over Baltimore. Here’s a look at what’s coming up:
People are staying closer to home these days, but there’s still lots to do in the region. 9 ½ hours is a feature with suggestions for local day trips.
Takoma Park, a historic community that straddles the District of Columbia border, was founded in the late 19th century as a railroad suburb. Home buyers took a short-line trip from the swamps of the District of Columbia into a tree filled, elevated oasis.
The Port Covington Development Team announced last week that four additional companies have joined the roster of businesses located at office buildings City Garage and Impact Village.
This week is a cheery one on the Baltimore restaurant scene, as more restaurants re-open and spots continue creatively adapting to new circumstances. Plus, both the Super Bowl and Valentine’s Day are quickly approaching, so now’s the time to start thinking about plans for both.
Here’s a look at what’s happening this week: