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Stone Mill Bakery Moves to Curb-Side PickUp and Carry Out During Quarantine

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Small businesses and non-profits are especially hard hit during the coronavirus outbreak. We get it! Baltimore Fishbowl is a small business, too. To help small businesses and non-profits, we will provide regular updates to let you know how they are coping. 

The following is an update from Ron Staines, the General Manager at Stone Mill Bakery on how they are adapting and coping during these times. Stone Mill has been serving the greater Baltimore metro region for more than 20 years and the bakery and café locations are well-known for quality, consistency, and customer service. Currently, Stone Mill has updated their hours to Monday – Saturday, 9am-6pm. Both Curb-Side Pickup and Carryout, as well as online ordering, are available. (no delivery just yet)

How have you altered your business to adapt to the quarantine?
We have established a Curb-Side pickup option that has allowed us to keep most of our full-time employees still employed. We are going to start “Family Dinners” next week available in 2-4 person portions.

Are you doing something for the community or your employees that you want to share with our readers?
We have been making a lot of bagged lunches for local hospitals and our local community members have been donating to help fund this. It is amazing how quickly our community has come together to support our essential employees!

Leap Day Babies Eat FREE Cakes at Miss Shirley’s Cafe!

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Leap Day only comes around every four years, which is why Miss Shirley’s Cafe is offering a special Birthday Surprise for all Leap Day Babies! And, there is no better way to say “Happy Birthday” than with FREE “Cakes!”

This Leap Day, any guest who was born on February 29, can receive their choice of either a FREE Crab Cake Po’ Boy OR FREE Tall Stack of Specialty Pancakes – redeemable at any Miss Shirley’s Cafe location, ONLY on Saturday, February 29, 2020!

Are YOU a Leap Day Baby, who was born on February 29th? Upon being seated, simply let your server know that you would like to redeem the Leap Day promotion, show your valid ID with birth date, and enjoy your FREE “Cakes” on us!

Enjoy Winter Restaurant Week In Harbor East – Running through 1/19

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Shake off those winter blues and make a date (or two) in Harbor East for the Baltimore Winter Restaurant Week. Baltimore Restaurant Week runs January 10 – 19, featuring specially priced 2-course lunches and brunches ($15, $20) and 3-course dinners ($25, $35, $45) at participating restaurants. Reserve your table in Harbor East and take advantage of the most delicious week of winter.

Start Your New Year with Good Food at Baltimore Restaurant Week – 1/10/20 – 1/19/20

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What better way to start off 2020 than with good company and great food during Baltimore Restaurant Week. Explore Baltimore’s food scene this January during Baltimore Restaurant Week, running January 10 – January 19. Try somewhere new, treat yourself to lunch, have a date night (or two).  

Enjoy two-course brunch and lunch menus, ranging from $15-20, and three-course dinner menus, ranging from $25-$45. Make your reservations early (there will be no formal extension this year). Share your Baltimore Restaurant Week experiences on social media with the hashtag #BaltCityRW2020Click here to learn more about participating restaurants, the menus offered or to make reservations.

The Latest News From Parts & Labor

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Bout That Bread: Half Price Baguettes
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The votes are in and you’ve crowned Classic Baguette the pound-for-pound victor of Bout That Bread. Baguette defeated the Whole Wheat Country Loaf in round one, and prevailed over Rye in the final bout. So, as promised, crusty, freshly-baked baguettes will be $1.75 until Sunday. Check out ourFacebook event to learn more.

Weekend Lunch in Full Effect
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Have you joined us for lunch lately? We’re lighting the hearth every Saturday and Sunday, cooking up house-made sausages, freshly-ground local beef burgers, and classic egg dishes. Not to mention, serving restorative cocktails and farmhouse beers to help you decompress after a stressful week. Weekend lunch begins at 11 a.m. and finishes up at 4 p.m. We hope to see you soon!

CSA Season at Parts & Labor
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We’re proud to host CSA pick up for four wonderful farms this year. Weekly drops will begin soon, so we encourage you to sign up while there’s still availability.

Crooked Fence Farm:  Thursdays – 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Karma Farm: Fridays – 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Moon Valley Farm: Tuesdays –  4 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Whitelock Community Farm: Wednesdays – 4 pm to 7 pm.

To learn more, please visit each of their informative websites. Support our local growers by investing directly and reap the delicious dividends.

Goats from Many Rocks Farm in Keedysville, MD are back in the shop!  For the duration of the spring and summer, you’ll find goat chops, shanks and porterhouses in the meat case along with house-made Curry Goat sausage.  Learn more No Goat Left Behind movement by checking out the Modern Farmer’s recent piece.

The Remington Chop
June 11th,­ 12 ­- 5 p.m
R. House Baltimore
301 W 29th St.Father’s Weekend at P&L
June 18th + 19th

Contact

2600 N. Howard St.
Baltimore, MD 21218
(443) 873-8887
Butcher Shop Hours
Monday – Friday // 11 am – 7 pm
Saturday & Sunday // 11 am – 7 pmRestaurant Hours
Sunday – Thursday // 5 pm – 10 pm
Friday & Saturday // 5 pm – 11 pm

Lunch Served Every Day // 11 am – 4 pm

 

 

What you need to know about your pet’s food and animal by-products

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A glance through the ingredients of your furry friend’s food might leave you with some questions. What exactly is animal by-product meal? If the food has all the nutrients my pet needs, does it even matter?

What do the different egg labels mean? Plus a classic Egg Salad recipe

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Ready to stock up on eggs for your Easter egg hunt? Maybe you’ve taken a cruise through the egg aisle at the supermarket and noticed the myriad of terms that appear on the cartons. Free-range, Organic, All-Natural, Cage-free, and so on. These all sound like good things, but what do they actually mean?

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