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CineBistro is now Open at The Rotunda

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The new luxury dinner and a movie concept, CinéBistro at The Rotunda, officially opened its doors to the public last night at an event benefiting local non-profit Art With a Heart. The cinema and in-theater dining experience developed by Cobb Theatres is the first of its kind in Baltimore. 

Enjoy a Black Angus Burger on a Grilled Brioche Bun at Mt. Washington Tavern

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Mt. Washington Tavern Burgers

 

Creekstone Farms Aged Black Angus Burger

Kansas raised, exceptionally tender, grass fed aged beef, side of tavern fries.

Fresh Ground Turkey Burger

Extra lean turkey ground with red and green bell peppers, grilled roll, cranberry mustard, lettuce, tomato.  Side of sweet potato fries.

All Burgers

(Served on Grilled Brioche Bun, with Lettuce, Tomato, Fries* and Pickle Spear, Topped with Choice of Vermont Cheddar, Monterey Jack, or Melted Bleu (add $2), Apple Wood Smoked Bacon $2, Sauteed Mushrooms $1.50, Caramelized Onions $1 * Veggie Burger Served with a Side of Tri-Color Tortilla Chips and Salsa.

Pigtown Design: Weekend Update and More Booze!

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A dear friend celebrated her birthday this weekend, so her son decided to have a birthday dinner for her. To take some of the burden off of him, we all pitched in to make something. I volunteered to make the cake for the dinner party and I will give you a little taste of it before I tell you about the rest of the dinner.

Pigtown Design: Happy Valentine’s Day

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I am not one to celebrate Valentine’s Day with any fanfare, so I am just having some friends to dinner.image

Super Bowl Party at the Rusty Scupper

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Rusty Scupper

catch of the day fish (2)Day four of Super Bowl planning week. Today, we include something for those who’d rather go out for the big day. Maybe your own television just isn’t big enough for Sunday’s blowout. Or maybe you want to actually watch during the last quarter, rather than clearing plates and loading the dishwasher. Or maybe you’ve been invited to a friend’s Super Bowl party, but you’re feeling a little squeamish about the inevitable presence of beer helmets. Fair enough. But be warned: lots of our favorite local joints will be closed during the game. One place you can count on for great, Baltimore-centric food and a chance to watch the game is the Rusty Scupper.

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