How to feed a family of four for a month – a guide

Hello! Times are tough and living is just getting more and more expensive! Lucky for you, I’ve discovered a foolproof method for weathering these difficult economic times of hardship! Just follow these simple steps and you’ll be able to feed your family (or a small village) for at least a month, with cash to spare! […]

Illusions, several other Cross St. venues protested for liquor license renewal

It was reported in February that Good First Date bar Illusions (1025 South Charles St., Federal Hill) had its entertainment license challenged in court by Paul Robinson and the Federal Hill Neighborhood Association, a challenge that was dismissed by judge Audrey Carrion (awesome name btw). Now it would seem that the FHNA is up to […]

Opening Day – what’s the low down?

The Oriole’s first home game, “Opening Day” as some like to call it, is – I can hardly believe it – in exactly one week, on April 4th. Last year I rode straight dirty and dumped buckets of swillish beer down my gullet at Cross St. Market starting at 9am, stumbled my way belchingly to […]

Fried Chicken tonight at Metropolitan

  From Metropolitan Coffee House and Wine Bar (902 South Charles St., Federal Hill) comes a new Monday night special: Fried Chicken! Lately I’ve been feeling like fried chicken doesn’t get enough play at establishments that don’t have “New York” or “Lake Trout” on the signage, and granted this special is probably leaps and bounds […]

Make this happen: the Abbey Burger vs. Kooper’s BURGER THROWDOWN

Filed under “This absolutely has to happen sooner than later,” the delicious notion of a Burger Throwdown between city favorites Abbey Burger Bistro and Kooper’s Tavern (and their associated Chowhound Wagon) was very rapidly suggested via Twitter, noted as interesting, and possibly might happen at some point in the future for ultimate burger supremacy here […]