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  • Daily linkage -- first to some stuff on our site

     
    First, here's Rob Kasper's review in today's Live! section of the Inner Harbor's new Kona Grill. Here's David Zurawik's interview with Duff Goldman, in which the Charm City Cakes owner and Food Network personality talks about his post-"Ace of Cakes"...
  • Restaurant review: High energy, average fare at Kona Grill

    Restaurant review: High energy, average fare at Kona Grill
    Kona Grill is a high-energy place. Pulsating music permeates the smartly designed, 160-seat restaurant carved out of the first floor of the Verizon building. The tables are on fire. OK, just one has a fire pit. Its flames leap from a table on the patio...

    Man Dies After Fight Inside Plaza Restaurant

    Man Dies After Fight Inside Plaza Restaurant
    An Oklahoma man in town on business died after a fight at a Plaza restaurant early Thursday morning and now detectives are waiting on a ruling from the medical examiner. Police say Doug Tipton traveled from Tulsa to Kansas City on business quite often....

    Plaza Restaurant Death Ruled Homicide

    Plaza Restaurant Death Ruled Homicide
    The death of a man who died at Kona Grill last week has been ruled a homicide. Doug Tipton, 31, of Tulsa, Okla., was in town on business. Police said he got into a fight with four other men while at the Plaza restaurant. Tipton died at the hospital after...

    Corkboard: Name your favorite Baltimore outdoor bar

    In today's B, we itemize some of Baltimore's outdoor bars: Woody's Rum Bar and Island Grill, The Bay Cafe, Mt. Washington Tavern's Sky Bar, Bourbon Street's The Terrace, and, of course, the Tiki Barge, where no potted palms were humped when I stopped by...