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Restaurants band together for another Feastival to benefit Cystic Fibrosis Foundation

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Feastival takes place June 9 at Sandlot Baltimore.

Recently, Baltimore restaurant industry news has been a bit gloomy, with announcements of restaurants–even beloved ones–shutting their doors.

But not all Charm City restaurant news is bad these days. In early June, over a dozen locally owned restaurants will band together to host Baltimore’s third annual Feastival, a fun day of food, drinks and waterside revelry for a great cause: to raise money to fight cystic fibrosis, a genetic disease that causes lung infections.

Green Spring Station’s Spring 2018 Must Haves

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Spring shopping is here. Check out all of this season’s Must Haves from Green Spring Station.

Event Pick: The grand opening for Homegrown Baltimore, a women-owned home-decorating collective

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Image via Facebook

A trio of women-owned Baltimore shops have joined forces in Harbor East with a unified store for all your plant, furniture and home-decorating needs. The pop-up shop, which sports the name Homegrown Baltimore, officially opens today on Aliceanna Street in Harbor East, bringing some made-in-Baltimore flavor to the luxury neighborhood.

The Charmery’s new Towson location to open this Saturday

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Charmery co-founders David and Laura Alima outside their newest location on York Road. Still via video.

Just in time for Memorial Day weekend, the official opening of pool season and the unofficial start of summer, Towson is getting a much-anticipated new ice cream shop.

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:

Restaurant Review: Chez Hugo Bistro is a stellar addition to Baltimore’s restaurant scene

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Photo courtesy of Chez Hugo Bistro.

With the fancy food coming out of the kitchen brought out by a wait staff dressed in jeans, Chez Hugo Bistro is a place that straddles the line between the old-school, white-tablecloth notions of high-end French cuisine and the new, more democratic approach to “good” food that characterizes 21st century American restaurants.

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:

Grano Emporio closing in Hampden at end of June

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Grano Emporio Hampden closing
Photo by Ethan McLeod

Grano Emporio, the traditional Italian restaurant tucked into a Hampden rowhouse and known for its simple and delicious fare, will close down on June 30, its owners announced Thursday night.

20% Off everything at Wilson Lighting & Interiors – Sale ends tomorrow!

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Wilson Lighting & Interiors is celebrating spring starting April 23 with AT LEAST 20% off everything* in the store. Stop in to see the latest in lighting and interior decor from this local, family-owned shop and Towson landmark.  Hurry…sale ends May 5!

  • Excludes bulbs & glass.

Local women open new shop, Homegrown Baltimore, in Harbor East

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Homegrown Baltimore

Harbor East and Knits, Soy & Metal today announced that Homegrown Baltimore, a collection of Baltimore-based and women-owned small businesses, is now open in Harbor East. The pop-up shop, located at 830 Aliceanna Street in the former Amaryllis space, houses local artisans Knits, Soy & Metal, B.Willow, and Cedar & Cotton.

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