Amanda Yeager, The Baltimore Sun

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Baltimore, MD, United States

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Past articles by Amanda:

Cafe Cito, Ground & Griddled founder has new restaurant plans for Baltimore: ‘It’s been too long’

A coffee shop and eatery is set to open this summer along a block of 36th Street in Hampden that is rapidly adding new dining options. → Read More

Cue the corned beef: Catholics can eat meat on St. Patrick’s Day, Baltimore archdiocese says

Although it falls within Lent, Catholics in the Archdiocese of Baltimore will have permission to indulge in meaty celebrations for the holiday March 17. → Read More

Burgers and betting: Maryland restaurant chain The Greene Turtle plans to open sportsbooks in Canton and Towson

The Greene Turtle, a Columbia-based bar and restaurant chain, is gearing up to provide two of the first small retail locations for sports betting in Maryland. → Read More

A native Maryland hop hints at new possibilities for local brewers

The University of Maryland Extension is testing whether a native Maryland hop plant discovered on a local farm can be grown at commercial scale. → Read More

Towson pub will no longer host Jan. 6 political fundraiser; controversy affects Baltimore bar with similar name

Charles Village Pub & Patio backs out as venue for Republican fundraiser that would benefit those arrested in the attack on the U.S. Capitol. → Read More

With more vendors in place, Lexington Market marks grand opening with ribbon-cutting and bell-ringing

Gov. Wes Moore joined state and city officials Tuesday for a ceremony to mark the grand opening of the new $45 million market. → Read More

Not just ‘Dry January’: More Baltimore bars are offering alcohol-free drinks year-round

Dry January, the popular month-long event, has turned into a lifestyle change for some participants, leading to more mocktails on menus all the time. → Read More

Bits & Bites: Nepalese for Inner Harbor, seafood for Federal Hill and Baltimore bagels for everyone

To find out what's coming soon to Baltimore's food and dining scene, look no further than a liquor board hearing. → Read More

Bits & Bites: Diablo Doughnuts heads to county, Cloudy Donut returns and Cocina Luchadoras faces ‘challenging times’

Diablo Doughnuts will close its South Baltimore store later this month with plans to reopen in Baltimore County with an expanded menu. → Read More

Four Baltimore-area restaurant openings you might have missed over the holidays

The Baltimore area has a few new dining spots as another year gets off the ground. → Read More

Das Bierhalle will open a second bar and restaurant, replacing a popular Bel Air spot

With a larger space, owners plan to have a rooftop bar and an expanded menu. → Read More

‘We were told to look around’: As flight cancellations continue in Baltimore, Southwest passengers hunt for lost luggage at BWI

Scores of travelers descended on BWI Marshall Airport Wednesday, seeking to be reunited with their checked bags. → Read More

Police investigating collision of dirt bike rider, car in West Baltimore

A dirt bike rider is in critical condition after colliding with a car Tuesday on the border of the Coppin Heights/Ash-Co-East and Mondawmin neighborhoods in West Baltimore. → Read More

48-year-old man in critical condition after Tuesday shooting in Southwest Baltimore

Baltimore Police are looking for more information about a shooting in the city’s Southwest District that left one person in critical condition. → Read More

Holiday spirits: These Baltimore bars are decking the halls to boost sales and seasonal cheer

From special menus to well-decked halls, here are some of Baltimore’s merriest spots to grab a cocktail this season. → Read More

Bits & Bites: Christmas dinner options in Baltimore, Chick-fil-A opens a new outpost and R. House changes vendors again

Whether you're dining in or out, Baltimore restaurants have you covered for the holidays. → Read More

Janet Jackson coming to Baltimore’s renovated CFG Bank Arena as part of her 2023 ‘Together Again’ tour

The global superstar's 33-city North American tour kicks off in April. → Read More

The Greene Turtle sports bar will return to Baltimore with a new location in Canton

It will mark the restaurant's first return to the city after a Fells Point location closed in 2020. → Read More

Bits & Bites: New whiskey distillery opens in Westminster, Texas brisket smokes Baltimore, and tacos with tequila in Anne Arundel

Plus an opening date for Shake Shack in Brewers Hill and Mama's makes moves in Baltimore County. → Read More

Rising costs are nibbling at Thanksgiving budgets this year in Baltimore

Rising costs for everything from turkey to cans of pumpkin are putting a strain on budgets as the country continues to deal with burgeoning inflation rates. → Read More