Tag: CINGHIALE

Petit Louis’s Columbia Location to Close, Reopen as Roman-Style Concept

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Photo via Foreman Wolf

Petit Louis Bistro on the Lake in Columbia is shutting down at the end of next weekend, to be replaced by a Roman-style trattoria dubbed Lupa.

Restaurant Week in Harbor East – Now Through Jan 21

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Make a date for Baltimore’s Winter Restaurant Week –  Now thru January 21, produced by Downtown Partnership of Baltimore and Visit Baltimore and sponsored by Heavy Seas Beer & OpenTable.

Reserve your table in Harbor East to take advantage of  two-course lunch and brunch menus for under $20, and three-course dinner menus for under $35 at participating Harbor East restaurants:

Bar Vasquez

Bond Street Social

Cinghiale

Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar

Gordon Biersch Brewery Restaurant

Lebanese Taverna

Roy’s Baltimore

The Oceanaire

Check back here for details and updates!

For more information on Baltimore Restaurant Week visit: http://baltimorerestaurantweek.com/

As Cinghiale Turns 10, Owner Tony Foreman Reminisces

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In 2007, when Cinghiale opened, Baltimore was a very different city. The restaurant scene was just beginning to blossom and local diners weren’t nearly as knowledgeable about food as they are today. Cinghiale’s new neighborhood, Harbor East, was in the early stages of development, with the Four Seasons Hotel a brand new construction project (the hotel, which anchors the neighborhood today, opened in 2011).

Baltimore Summer Restaurant Week in Harbor East – So Many Restaurants, So Little Time

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JULY 28 – AUGUST 6

Visit Baltimore’s hottest dining destination for Summer Restaurant Week! Enjoy two-course lunch and brunch for $12-$20 and three-course dinner for $20-$35. Participating Harbor East restaurants include Cinghiale, Bar Vasquez, Bond Street Social, The Oceanaire, Roy’s Baltimore, Lebanese Taverna and more to be announced soon! Reservations are strongly encouraged. Restaurant Week is produced by Visit Baltimore and Downtown Partnership, and sponsored by OpenTable and WYPR. #BaltRW

Learn more: http://www.baltimorerestaurantweek.com/

Baltimore Summer Restaurant Week in Harbor East – Starts This Week!

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JULY 28 – AUGUST 6

Visit Baltimore’s hottest dining destination for Summer Restaurant Week! Enjoy two-course lunch and brunch for $12-$20 and three-course dinner for $20-$35. Participating Harbor East restaurants include Cinghiale, Bar Vasquez, Bond Street Social, The Oceanaire, Roy’s Baltimore, Lebanese Taverna and more to be announced soon! Reservations are strongly encouraged. Restaurant Week is produced by Visit Baltimore and Downtown Partnership, and sponsored by OpenTable and WYPR. #BaltRW

Learn more: http://www.baltimorerestaurantweek.com/

Baltimore Summer Restaurant Week in Harbor East – Starts July 28th

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JULY 28 – AUGUST 6

Visit Baltimore’s hottest dining destination for Summer Restaurant Week! Enjoy two-course lunch and brunch for $12-$20 and three-course dinner for $20-$35. Participating Harbor East restaurants include Cinghiale, Bar Vasquez, Bond Street Social, The Oceanaire, Roy’s Baltimore, Lebanese Taverna and more to be announced soon! Reservations are strongly encouraged. Restaurant Week is produced by Visit Baltimore and Downtown Partnership, and sponsored by OpenTable and WYPR. #BaltRW

Learn more: http://www.baltimorerestaurantweek.com/

Father’s Day at Harbor East – Celebrate Dad with Surf & Turf, Donuts and Retail Specials

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For shoppers and families in need of a little inspiration, Harbor East has what you need ideas to celebrate Dad this Father’s Day.

Dishy Dining: What’s Happening for Valentine’s Day at Baltimore’s Restaurants

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Cinghiale’s spinach ravioli with black trumpet mushrooms, pignoli and housemade mozzarella (photo credit: Britt Olsen-Ecker)

Valentine’s Day falls on a Tuesday this year, which means that when it comes to dinners out to celebrate, Baltimore’s lovebirds have lots of choices. As usual, local restaurants have a lot planned for the holiday, from cooking classes to special menus.

With only a week to go before the big day, it’s time to make your reservations. Here’s a look at what restaurants have in store for Valentine’s Day 2017:

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