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Hot Plate: Ravens gameday specials, Lib’s Grill virtual wine dinner, Rally Around the Restaurants and more

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The Ravens face off against the Bills on Saturday night and local restaurants are ready with tons of gameday specials – including a lot of wings. We prefer the Old Bay variety over Buffalo…this weekend, at least.

Despite COVID limitations, this week is a fun one in the Baltimore restaurant community, with Ravens playoff specials, a few ways to give back while eating and drinking well, and lots of new menus to peruse.

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

New restaurant Bar One to open in Gordon Biersch Brewery space

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Bar One will take up space previously occupied by Gordon Biersch in Harbor East. Image via Google Street View.

Bar ONE, a Miami-based restaurant, will open its first Baltimore location in Harbor East. The “upscale restaurant and lounge” serves Afro-Caribbean and Southern-inspired cuisine.

Bar ONE at Harbor East is projected to open in the first quarter of 2021.

As Ravens and Bills prepare for game Saturday, two hometown breweries make a friendly wager

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As the Baltimore Ravens and Buffalo Bills prepare to face off Saturday, Diamondback Brewing in Baltimore and Thin Man Brewery in Buffalo have made a friendly wager. Photo via Diamondback Brewing/Instagram.

When the Baltimore Ravens and the Buffalo Bills face off on Saturday, so too will a pair of breweries in the football teams’ respective hometowns.

Hot Plate: playoff bagels at THB, Foreman Wolf taking over The Milton Inn, food trucks in Dundalk and more

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Purple bagels are back at THB – available Friday through Sunday, as long as the Ravens remain in the playoffs.

The holiday season – and all of its gluttony – is behind us but there are still many reasons to dine out (or carry out). Here’s a look at what’s happening this week in the Baltimore restaurant world:

Belvedere Square’s Dutch Floral Garden to close permanently

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Paula Dobbe-Maher in her Belvedere Square shop, Dutch Floral Garden.

Local floral designer Paula Dobbe-Maher let customers know over the weekend that she will permanently close this week her popular Belvedere Square floral and plant shop, Dutch Floral Garden.

Hot Plate: new digs for Alma Cocina Latina, Dutch Courage turns one, New Year’s Eve options and more

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Alma Cocina Latina will open for carryout on New Year’s Eve and then for good (still for carryout) on Jan. 5.

This is the last Hot Plate of 2020 – and what a year it has been for Baltimore’s restaurants and the people who love them.

Pivot was the word of the year, as restaurateurs made changes on the fly and adjusted their business models to stay afloat. Even with those efforts, fallout from the pandemic lead to many beloved spots closing for good.

As the year winds down, there’s still time to support the restaurant community – to say goodbye to 2020 with a culinary bang. Here’s a look at how you can do just that:

Franklin’s Market and Mulberry’s Bar open at Hollins Market

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Photo via Facebook.

The local co-owner of the bar and restaurant The Back Yard has opened Franklin’s Market and Mulberry’s Bar in Hollins Market, the historic Baltimore Public Market now under renovation at 26 Arlington Avenue in Southwest Baltimore.

Hot Plate: Christmas in Mexico from The Charmery and Clavel, Just Call Me Chef at Hollins Market, Christmas meals and more

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The Charmery and Clavel’s annual Christmas in Mexico collab is back this year, with COVID-friendly takehome boxes.

Between Wednesday’s Winter Wonderland snowfall and the upcoming holidays, Baltimore is a festive town right now – despite the ongoing pandemic. Though COVID-19 challenges continue to make business difficult for local restaurateurs, this week, there are plenty of ways to support your favorite local eateries and some good news to celebrate along the way.

Here’s a look at what’s coming up:

SHOP THE BALTIMORE PUBLIC MARKETS THIS SEASON

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Neighborhood markets offer everything you need to make the holidays merry and bright

The holidays are just around the corner – and it’s the perfect time to consider making a visit to the Baltimore public markets for all your seasonal culinary needs. The markets, each with its own distinctive character and unique vendors, provide a refreshing – and relaxing – alternative to traditional grocery stores this month.

At Lexington, Broadway, Hollins, Northeast, Cross Street and Avenue markets, you can find the ingredients you need to cook a perfect holiday dinner at home – from fresh seafood and meats to mouth-watering produce and scrumptious desserts. Or, if you’re too busy to cook, you can order in from Market vendors, arguably some of the hottest food purveyors in the City. For more information and vendors lists, visit www.bpmarkets.com and www.lexingtonmarket.com.

Ruth Shaw – Your Home for Everything Holiday

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FABULOUS is a state of mind.

Ruth Shaw – your home for everything Holiday

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