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Freshly prepared quintessential Greek foods provide a treat for the tastebuds at this Greektown landmark on Eastern Avenue.
It was after the 2008 Super Bowl game when the New York Giants ruined the New England Patriots perfect season that the Knotty Pine was engulfed in flames.
For Joe DiPasquale, a trip to Italy when he was twenty-one changed his life. "I went to Abruzzo, Campagna and Sicily where my grandparents are from and I
Jill Williams of Baltimore Cakery is charming. With an authentic Arkansas drawl, the Texarkana native has adopted Baltimore "because the city has so much personality." Jill has named
"Cooking is an art," said Xenos Kohilas of Ikaros Restaurant, 4805 Eastern Avenue. "First, you collect the ingredients," he said. "You know the names of the food, their colors,
The aroma of roasting chicken hits you before you reach the storefront of Chicken Rico at 3728 Eastern Avenue in Highlandtown. Inside, a big, welcoming room full of
"Customers come for Pennsylvania, Virginia, even Ocean City," says Pat Schreiber, manager of Ann's Dari-Creme for forty-five years. "One of our customers was a local minister who moved
"I'm a bachelor who lives alone and the food is good here, like Mom's home cooking," said Dave Wheeler, a regular customer at Roman's Place, 2 South Decker
In search of white asparagus, I went to Mueller's, 7207 Harford Road. A local author, Dave Belz, suggested it. Belz's collection of work, White Asparagus, was released this
"Elvis has left the building!" And now, Maria Pigiaditis, owner of the Happy Day Diner, 8302 Pulaski Highway, can truthfully say that. On Sunday, July 4 at 7