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Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | June 2, 2014
The Ivy Hotel, the “boutique urban resort” under development in Mid-Town Belvedere, will have a modern American restaurant named Magdalena . The Ivy will occupy the massive Gilded Age brownstone at Calvert and Biddle streets that was built as a private residence and was most recently known as the Inn at Government House. Magdalena will be the public face of the 18-unit hotel, which otherwise will operate in the manner of a resort, with lounge areas and spa services available for guests only.
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By Luke Broadwater, The Baltimore Sun | November 7, 2011
The three-alarm fire Sunday afternoon at DiDi's Pizza on Holaview Road in Dundalk was caused by someone placing combustible items too close to a stove, fire officials said Monday. The fire has been ruled accidental. More than 100 fire personnel and 30 fire vehicles arrived at the scene of the fire began shortly after noon Sunday. No one was injured in the blaze, and the fire was declared under control about an hour later, officials said. Damages were estimated at $700,000, fire officials said.
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By Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | March 26, 2012
It looks like Brian Bruso has left Gitan Bistro Cru. You can follow the drama on Bruso's Twitter account, which is connected to his former restaruant, Birches. 1) Please acccept our sincerest apologies for your favorite Gitan Menu items slowly disappearing. :( 1:11 AM - 22 Mar 12 2) Ownership / Management @Gitan has reduced our ability to provide the level of food & excellence you would expect from us personally. 1:12 AM - 22 Mar 12 3) Feel free to lodge any complaints or concerns with Gitan's GM Jessica Nadeau!
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By Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | July 17, 2012
Baltimore-inspired restaurant named Lake Trout is set to open Wednesday on Havemeyer Street in Brooklyn , N.Y.  The star of the menu is an iconic Baltimore sandwich, and the walls are decorated with enlargements of 70s-era Orioles, Colts and Bullets playing cards. Not surprisingly, one of the collaborators in the 14-seat restaurant is a native Baltimorean, Matt Lang, who has made a name for himself in the New York food world. He was the grillmaster at Fette Sau BBQ and was the winner on the Food Network 's "Best of Smoke" show.
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By Richard Gorelick, The Baltimore Sun | June 3, 2011
Fells Point had been without an Indian restaurant since Mehek closed about two years ago. In late March, Vinay Wahi, a partner in the Akbar restaurants, opened Darbar in the Aliceanna Street space where Talay Thai had been the most recent tenant. Before the Thai restaurant, there were an Italian restaurant and a Greek restaurant, and this restaurant space has always had its pluses and minuses. Always, people point out the odd location, which feels less in the neighborhood than on the way out of the neighborhood.
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By Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | September 26, 2013
Bottega, a just-opened restaurant in Charles North, is not one of your bigger restaurants. "We know that we are tiny," is how owner Adrien Aeschliman describes the new BYOB. He said his goal with Bottega was to create "a place I would want next door to my home. " Bottega seats about 15 comfortably, and mostly at a communal dining table. On its first official Friday night of operation, the restaurant was full, for the most part, with industry types and other well-wishers.  Bottega has done little in the way of publicity, but it does have a handsome minimalist website and  well-maintained Facebook page , with photographs documenting the frequently, if not daily, changing lineup on Bottega's chalkboard menu.
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By Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | July 19, 2013
Ozra, a Persian-Mediterranean restaurant, has opened, quietly, in Little Italy.  Ozra's formal opening, according to co-owner Reza Holland, is July 26. Until then, Holland said, the restaurant will be asking in friends and family, but curious passersby are being welcomed in to dine as well. Ozra occupies a long-shuttered Stiles Street location that longtime Little Italy residents will remember as the Impallaria/Gramigna Bakery. Holland and his partner, Mahrdad "Max" Tabasi, purchased the building in 2009 and have spent the last two-and-a-half years completely renovating the property.
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By Laura Vozzella | laura.vozzella@baltsun.com | April 12, 2010
Just three months after Milan opened its doors, billing itself as a restaurant-lounge "where food meets fashion," it seems a few more introductions are in order: Milan, meet Little Italy. And Little Italy, meet what could be the future. The old city neighborhood that's been known to split bitterly over bocce court lighting has turned its feisty spirit on the sleek newcomer. Complaining that Milan is more nightclub than restaurant, attracting noisy crowds and employing outside promoters, a group of neighbors has petitioned the city not to renew Milan's liquor license.
NEWS
Jacques Kelly | March 18, 2011
A question arrived this week from reader Ellen Karp: "My Mother used to bring me to the Hippodrome Theatre to see the Disney movies. Afterwards, we would walk across the street to have a meal at what I think was a bar-restaurant or possibly just a deli. … I recall having a hot dog with a slice of bologna on it and remember that the mustard was different and better than what we had at home. It seemed very exotic to me and very grown up. The place was long and narrow with tall wooden booths on the right side, I think, and blue mirrors along the wall.
NEWS
By Arthur Hirsch, The Baltimore Sun | May 28, 2011
Restaurateur Lawrence J. Thanner Jr. gladly welcomed a visitor aboard his "boat," as he called it, pointing out the features of the craft he had just built and lashed to the pier at Dock of the Bay restaurant on Millers Island. The thing has no engine, no sail, tiller or steering wheel, not even a discernible bow or stern. "This is my boat, my first attempt at boat-building," he said. "Perhaps the next one will be a little different design. " Made of treated lumber, the 12-by-20-foot raft was built and "launched" this month as the latest chapter in Thanner's continuing battle with authorities to offer musical entertainment at Dock of the Bay, a year-round place now entering its busy season.
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