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Baltimore’s burgeoning food scene is not news to locals, but the word is finally getting out. Case in point: This feature in USA Today, highlighting the city’s “culinary renaissance.”

The restaurants mentioned — including beloved Italian market DiPasquale’s; gastropub Brewer’s Art; TV favorite Charm City Cakes; pizza hotspot Joe Squared; and foodie standby Woodberry Kitchen — are mostly tried and true local favorites, though many of them aren’t places that tourists would necessarily stumble on without being pointed in the right direction. USA Today also cites a number of newer restaurants, including hip mezcal-y newcomer Clavel; and Hampden’s new upscale doughnut shop, B. Doughnut.

It’s a fairly thorough list, and one that’s likely to make your stomach start grumbling. It’s also nice to see a major paper writing about Baltimore this week without feeling the need to mention crime, riots, or violence. We are a city of many facets, after all.

3 replies on ““Consider Baltimore the Next Brooklyn,” Says USA Today”

    1. If you read the article, it says quite clearly that the list includes cafes, bakeries, doughnut shops, food markets, etc.

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