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April 28, 2017 View email in browser
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Chefs with Maryland roots cook, live it up in California

Take a pinch of adventure, add a dash of wanderlust and mix in opportunity. Blend in a passion for deliciousness and what does the recipe yield? For three chefs with Maryland ties — Duff Goldman, Michael Voltaggio and Ryan Coffey — the dish might be called California dreamin’.
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Baltimore restaurant staffs bond, get creative with ‘family meal’

Sitting down as a staff for a pre-shift meal is a tradition at many Baltimore restaurants, promoting camaraderie and allowing chefs to test out recipes.
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Le Garage in Hampden to close, rebrand

After three years on The Avenue, the beer bar and fry shop is shutting down this weekend.
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Baltimore high school students open ‘pop up’ restaurant in Remington

After months of planning, a Mergenthaler Vocational-Technical High School class has opened Noisy Burger at R. House food hall.
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The most beautiful restaurants in the world

What exactly makes a restaurant “beautiful”? Is it the interior design? The views? The exterior? Or some combination of all of the above?
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Minnow, a new restaurant from La Cuchara owners, opens next week

The South Baltimore restaurant will focus on seafood.
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Dining review: Whether you’re buying a bike or munching on pizza, Handlebar Cafe is sure to please

At Handlebar Cafe in Fells Point, you can buy a bike, get one repaired or simply nosh on chef Chris Marquis’ excellent pizzas and other fare.
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Dining review: Refined ambience, solid Chinese fare at Joey Chiu’s Greenspring Inn

Joey Chiu’s Greenspring Inn in Lutherville-Timonium has made it past the quarter-century mark and is still going strong.
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