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Past articles by Richard:

Corfu, a cool Ionian breeze by Cross Street Market

Corfu, a Mediterranean cafe specializing in Greek small plates, opened in early June on Cross Street in Federal Hill. The owner is Steve Armenis, a native of Athens, who formerly owned Zeus Cafe in Fells Point. → Read More

Clementine is closing Aug. 9

Clementine, a popular Hamilton restaurant known for its rib-sticking brunches, pioneering charcuterie program and family-friendly atmosphere is closing Aug. 9, after seven years. → Read More

A fast-casual Helmand headed for East Baltimore

A fast-casual version of The Helmand is coming to East Baltimore. → Read More

Clavel in Remington is a joyful taqueria

On the menu at Clavel, a new Mexican-inspired establishment in Remington, there are seven kinds of tacos, a quesadilla, a couple of ceviche preparations, a torta and a few dips like guacamole and frijoles puercos , a puree of beans with chorizo and pickled jalapeno. → Read More

Great Baltimore cocktails: The Louis Liberte! at Petit Louis Bistro

Petit Louis Bistro is known and loved for many things. I'm a sucker for the trout amandine and worship the cheese cart. → Read More

Local chefs going to James Beard House

Four Baltimore-area chefs, including the executive chef for a family-owned farm, will be headed to New York City next month where they'll be cooking at the James Beard House, the culinary venue named for the celebrated author, educator and champion of American cuisine. → Read More

Birroteca is a treat for Bel Air

We had a fine Friday night dinner Birroteca Bel Air, the 7-month-old restaurant located on Baltimore Pike. Really, Birroteca was just what we wanted after at the end of a hot early summer week. It's just fancy enough to make you feel like you're having a night on the town, but it's comfortable and accessible. → Read More

Local Pie closes in Towson

Local Pie , the 30-seat pizzeria from former Iggies owners Lisa Heckman and Peter Wood, has closed. → Read More

Bistro Rx settles in with risk-taking chef

The city is full of fine little neighborhood bistros, cafes and taverns like Bistro Rx. These are places that don't get much attention or win prizes but instead go quietly about the business of being a restaurant, a place where people come for good food and company and a place to unwind. → Read More

Charlie Gjerde to take over old McCabe's spot in Hampden

Charlie Gjerde , the co-owner of Alexander's Tavern and Papi's Tacos in Fells Point, will take over the old McCabe's spot in Hampden. → Read More

Encantada opens July 1 at the American Visionary Art Museum

Encantada, the new restaurant from Birroteca owner Robbin Haas, will open July 1 at the American Visionary Art Museum. → Read More

Meet Breadbangers, a 'sandwich bar' in Riverside

Breadbangers, a bar that specializes in sandwiches, opened earlier this month on Fort Avenue in Riverside. → Read More

Veteran Baltimore caterer Charles Levine to open Quarry Lake restaurant

The veteran Baltimore caterer Charles Levine will open his first restaurant, Citron, at Quarry Lake at Greenspring, a mixed-use development near Pikesville in Baltimore County. → Read More

Cava Mezze, serving modern Greek, opens in Harbor East

Cava Mezze  opens Monday in Harbor East. This is the fourth location, and the first in Baltimore, for the modern-Greek restaurant, which was founded in 2006 in Rockville by childhood friends Dimitri Moshovitis, Ike Grigoropoulos and Ted Xenohristos. → Read More

Magdalena opens today at The Ivy Hotel

Magdalena, the restaurant within The Ivy Hotel, the new Mid-town Belvedere luxury hotel where nightly room rates start at $475, opens today. → Read More

Highland Inn shuts its doors

Highland Inn has closed after 18 months of operation. Housed in a renovated 1890s farmhouse, the Howard County restaurant was owned by Brian Boston, the executive chef and co-owner of the Milton Inn in Baltimore County. → Read More

Sascha's 527 to stop dinner service; will focus on lunch and catering

Sascha's 527 will stop dinner service but remain open for lunch. The last night for dinner at the Mount Vernon cafe is Saturday, according to Sascha Wolhandler, the veteran caterer who co-owns both the cafe and catering concerns with her husband, Steve Suser. → Read More

Baltimore chef Sarah Acconcia competes on 'Beat Bobby Flay'

Sarah Acconcia, the executive chef at  Bookmakers in Federal Hill, is a contestant on tonight's episode of "Beat Bobby Flay." → Read More

Gone viral: Baltimore resident wants to make 'relentlessly gay' yard more relentless, gayer

A Baltimore resident has started a  GoFundMe campaign so she can make her "relentlessly gay" yard even more relentless and more gay. → Read More

With Md. crabs scarcer than usual, prices from other sources rise

With Father's Day looming, consumers' appetite for steamed crabs is growing. → Read More