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  • Fells Point getting more focused on wine

     
    Midnight Sun Sam tells me Kooper's Tavern is making some changes to become a more wine-centric place (something he felt Fells Point didn't have enough of before). That, of course, is just one example of a mini-trend, with places like Alexander's Tavern...
  • Wine boutique now open Sundays

     
    This afternoon Midnight Sun Sam and I were talking about the fact that Bin 604 in Harbor East has just gotten its Class BD-7 beer, wine and liquor license (so that it can stay open Sundays), and whether that would......
  • What else you can do with aromatic bitters

     
    What do you do when your basement floods? You go to the liquor store, of course. I don't know if everyone's basement in Baltimore flooded or whether they knew winter was coming so the only thing to do was to......
  • Eating out is better than sitting home worrying

     
    Ed Scherer, the owner of Helen's Garden in Canton, sent me a list of the specials and such his restaurant is offering to lure in customers. His idea, he says, is that 'sitting at home worrying only makes it worse.'That includes......
  • The salted caramel hot chocolate

     
    Yesterday I saw an ad for Starbucks' Salted Caramel Hot Chocolate.Whoa. No, I didn't buy one (but only because it couldn't possibly taste as good as it sounded), but I fantasized about it for the rest of the day.Faithful readers know......
  • Heat responds to the economy with $5 tickets

     
    Last season, the Heat sold $10 season tickets in the 400 level at AmericanAirlines Arena. This season, $10 will get you a 300 level seat and for $5 you can sit in the 400 level. Responding to the difficult economy,......
  • I'll have a bottle -- no, a glass -- of pinot noir

     
    Stephani Renbaum of Salt restaurant and bar called me today to suggest a story on how small independent places are dealing with the changing patterns of wine consumption in this troubled economy. As she put it, 'Diners [are] ordering fewer......
  • Going to Knicks game is less expensive than Lakers!

     
    The Lakers and Celtics met in the most recent NBA Finals, so their fans probably are OK with them ranking first and third in the new Team Marketing Report standings for "fan cost index." Less easy to swallow is that......
  • Election Night is Party Night in Palm Beach County

     
    Election Night is as good a time as any to throw a party. Here are two big bashes in Palm Beach County: One thrown by the Democratic Party, the other by Republicans. One is free. The other will cost......
  • Are there any wine absolutes anymore?

     
    There's a discussion going on under the cassoulet post about whether you can drink white wine with duck. I have to admit I didn't think wine aficionados still discussed the subject in such absolutes. It's kind of like the eclectic......
  • Wine bar vs. gastropub

     
    I noticed that on Juniors' Web site, the Federal Hill restaurant calls itself a gastropub, although when it opened the words 'Wine Bar' were part of the name. I've scoffed at the term 'gastropub' since I first heard it, because......