When the doors reopen in October, Bar Vasquez, an Argentinean bar, lounge, and restaurant, will emerge. It will be headed by chef Mario Cano Catalán of the Foreman Wolf group.
PAZO won praise for its Spanish-influenced menu, which later featured Southern Italian dishes. The Aliceanna Street restaurant and bar opened its doors in 2004 and has been a fixture of downtown Baltimore ever since.
“Be sure to come out and enjoy a cocktail in the lounge and order a few pintxos one last time before they become a fond memory,” says Tony Foreman, owner. For reservations, visit the website www.pazorestaurant.com.
Foreman Wolf consists of the restaurants and wine stores owned by Tony Foreman and Chef Cindy Wolf, including Charleston, Petit Louis Bistro, Petit Louis in Columbia, Pazo, Cinghiale, Johnny’s, Bin 604 and Bin 201. The restaurants have been recognized nationally for cuisine, service, wine programs, and décor.
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