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Dining@LargeIf you haven't checked out the current issue of Style magazine, you should. It's the food issue, with some very interesting stuff in it. Thanks to Dahlink for pointing out the story about the Troias, who have been one of......
Dining@LargeSam has started a storm of controversy over at Midnight Sun with his post on the new Milan Restaurant in Little Italy pricing its food and drink in euros as well as dollars. I'm not going to weigh in here......
Dining@LargeThirty-two chefs will duke it out in an "Iron Chef"-style competition that begins next week at the Belvedere Hotel. Chefs from Baltimore will go up against their Washington counterparts in the Mason Dixon Master Chef Tournament, which will be held......
Dining@LargeLemongrass, the Thai restaurant between Baltimore's Little Italy and Harbor East, has closed its doors.I don't have the full story yet. But the assistant manager I got on the phone just now said the place closed a week ago Saturday.......
First impression: Maggiano's exterior, which resembles an Italian Villa with wrought iron balconies and tile roof, promises an experience beyond a typical chain restaurant, and it delivers. This is just what South Floridians need now — a value. Chef...
Dining@LargeA few days after I posted something about Sam Sessa's sniffing out Pazo's cupcakes-and-cocktails nights, I stumbled upon the same unlikely combo at another Baltimore restaurant.I happened to be on the phone with Peter Mooradian, general manager of Milan,...
Dining@LargeHere it is, Easter morning, the perfect time for new beginnings. The restaurant/lounge Milan has picked this day to start offering brunch. "Milan, the new Italian/Mediterranean restaurant on the edge of Little Italy and Harbor East, has announced that it....
Dining@LargeMaybe Olive Garden in Tuscany is crazy but true. But Olive Garden in Baltimore's Little Italy? Turns out that's crazy and untrue. A Dining@Large reader asked me yesterday to look into rumors that the restaurant chain was coming to that......
Special to The Baltimore SunThere was another brick-oven pizza joint on the same corner spot in Little Italy where Isabella's is now. That place was good, but Isabella's, open now for 2 1/2 years, is better. I'm sorry I hadn't made it there sooner. The truth is that there's a good...
Tags: Caesar Salads, Sandwiches, Pizzas, Italy, Lifestyle and Leisure
Sun reporterFamilies strolled in under flags of red, white and green. Workers from La Tavola stepped out into the drizzle for a better look. A quartet played Frank Sinatra's "Nancy (With the Laughing Face)." All of Little Italy seemed to have turned out yesterday...
Sun reporterAround the narrow streets of Baltimore's Little Italy yesterday, the O'Malley and Ehrlich placards were still hanging proudly in the windows of restaurants and Formstone rowhouses. But no one was talking about the men who duked it out in the race to...
Tags: Restaurants, Christianity, Roman Catholicism, Politics, Weddings
Can a restaurant be a neighborhood place and also a fine-dining establishment? La Famiglia, the restaurant that replaced Brasserie Tatin, is trying to be both, as many upscale eating places in this economy are. For the most part, it succeeds. It succeeds...
Tags: Recipes, Restaurants, Risotto, Mussels, Appetizers
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