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Brewer’s Art to rename Ozzy Ale

April 9, 2014
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Brewer’s Art to rename Ozzy Ale

Turns out that little cease-and-desist letter from Ozzy Osbourne demanding that The Brewer’s Art stop using his name for the equally notorious local beer was dead serious. On a recent visit to their underground bar we noticed the chalkboard had it listed only as “devil” beer, and now, via The Brewer’s Art Twitter page, comes...
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Cunningham’s Adds Café and Bakery; Café Poupon Opens in Midtown

March 28, 2014
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Cunningham’s Adds Café and Bakery; Café Poupon Opens in Midtown

Lunch crowds yearning for a local, non-Panera option just got two more when Cunningham’s Café and Bakery in the Towson City Center and Café Poupon at 225 N. Charles St. in Midtown Baltimore both opened this week Having already successfully navigated the dinner crowd with Cunningham’s, the Bagby Group hopes to carry that success...
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Blue Moon Café to open Blue Moon Light Street in Fed Hill

March 27, 2014
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Blue Moon Café to open Blue Moon Light Street in Fed Hill

Federal Hill residents looking to get Captain Crunch French Toast and hot cinnamon rolls the size of your head won’t have to truck it around the harbor and wait in the endless line at Blue Moon Café for much longer. We’ve discovered that the Fells Point breakfast institution plans to open Blue Moon Light...
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Hersh’s Offers Double Fried Sundays and Chef’s Table

March 26, 2014
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Hersh’s Offers Double Fried Sundays and Chef’s Table

In keeping with the ever increasing number of special-nights/pop-ups/chef-takeovers happening around town, Hersh’s, the oft-overlooked South Baltimore pizza and pasta house, has decided to jump into the fray with double fried Sundays and a chef’s table option. Every Sunday, diners have the option of plopping down $20 for a serving of, you guessed it,...
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The Charmery Goes Jamaican Tomorrow with Doctor Dread

March 21, 2014
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The Charmery Goes Jamaican Tomorrow with Doctor Dread

For those who couldn’t afford an exotic trip for Spring Break (or those of us who don’t even have a spring break anymore) The Charmery brings a bit of Jamaican flavor to Bmore tomorrow (3/22) from 12-2:30pm when renowned reggae producer and record label owner Doctor Dread (Gary Himelfarb) stops by the Hampden ice...
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Artifact to Host Prohibition Night This Saturday

March 20, 2014
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Artifact to Host Prohibition Night This Saturday

In keeping with their latest pop-up leanings, Artifact Coffee is offering a one-and-done Speakeasy Night this Saturday March 22nd from 6-10pm. The evenings drinks will be shaken, frothed, and stirred by Colin O’Neil, from the James Beard semi-finalist bar Franklin Mortgage & Investment Co. in Philadelphia. A table for 2 is $50 while a...
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Maryland Bacon Fest Goes Down April 26th at Rash Field

March 18, 2014
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Maryland Bacon Fest Goes Down April 26th at Rash Field

Details are a bit sparse for now but all you really need to know about the Maryland Bacon Festival is in the title: BACON. It’s almost like having a music festival with U2 as every act: you know people are gonna *cough cough* eat it up. On April 26th America Loves Bacon will host...
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Blue Pit BBQ comes to Hampden

March 18, 2014
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Blue Pit BBQ comes to Hampden

Blue Pit BBQ, owned by former Brewers Art chef Dave Newman, has opened the bar portion of their soon-to-be restaurant at 1601 Union St., across from Artifact Coffee. We stopped into the soft opening to enjoy a selection from their bourbon and rye list on Friday night and were impressed with the direction the...
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Dooby’s Goes Ramen on Tuesday Nights

March 14, 2014
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Dooby’s Goes Ramen on Tuesday Nights

Fresh off the heels of Tokifact, the successful ramen pop-up held at Artifact, Dooby’s (802 N. Charles St.) is now offering its take on the popular Japanese dish every Tuesday night. We stopped into the beautifully designed Mount Vernon café/restaurant this week and found their Sapporo-style ramen, a more subtle version than the pork-heavy...
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Rye’s Up Against Cystic Fibrosis to be Held at B&O Brasserie

February 9, 2014
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Rye’s Up Against Cystic Fibrosis to be Held at B&O Brasserie

Fun fact: before prohibition killed the industry, Baltimore was one of the epicenters of rye whiskey. We were kind of the Kentucky of the stuff. So it’s no surprise that the Baltimore Bartenders’ Guild (profiled in CP‘s recent Booze Issue), an organization dedicated to the history and advancement of libations, is featuring the spirit...
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Pop-Up Wrap-up: Korean Fried Chicken Takeover and Jonah-fact

February 7, 2014
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Pop-Up Wrap-up: Korean Fried Chicken Takeover and Jonah-fact

This week saw two pop-up collaborations go down between Woodberry and Pabu, and if the public response to these is any indication, the format isn’t going away anytime soon; both were lively and full of an energy not often seen on a normal night at a restaurant.  Tuesday we headed to Belvedere Square to...
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The EMPORIYUM, Featuring Bryan Voltaggio, comes to Fells Point

February 6, 2014
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The EMPORIYUM, Featuring Bryan Voltaggio, comes to Fells Point

Come April, part of Fells Point will be transformed into The EMPORIYUM, a “two-day celebration of fine food and brews crafted by artisans from New York and across the Mid-Atlantic”. The event will be less of a farmers market and more of a prepared Food Market with the focus being on handmade comestibles and prepared...
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