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  • Valentine's Day updates -- Pazza Luna added

     
    Pazza Luna is postponing its regular Monday night pasta night, and will offer a special Valentine's Day menu on Monday, February 14. Pictured: From Dunkin' Donuts, the new Cupid's Choice heart-shaped donut, a heart-shaped yeast shell donut filled with...
  • Annapolis Restaurant Week -- February 21- 27

     
    I was waiting for Valentine's Day to pass before I reminded you that next week (Monday, Feb. 21 - Sunday, Feb. 27) is Annapolis Restaurant Week. The set-up is simple -- 3-course dinners for $29.95, 3-course lunches for $15.95.Contact information......
  • St. Patrick's Day additions -- Ryleigh's and Mt. Washington Tavern added

     
    St. Patrick's Day falls on a Thursday this year. That means not much work getting done on March 18.I'll be adding more events and promotions to this post as they come in. Just in --Mt. Washington Tavern and Ryleigh's Oyster,......
  • A look back at January and February

     
    The biggest opening so far this year -- the new Mari Luna Bistro, across from the Meyerhoff. The biggest chef move -- Jesse Sandlin left Vino Rosina on January 24.The biggest happy story -- local franchisees found for Gino's......
  • RAM Stars of the Industry nominees announced

     
    The Restaurant Association of Maryland just announced the 2011 nominees for the Stars of the Industry awards - online voting is now open. Winners will be announced at the M...
  • This is the day that never ends, it just goes on and on my friends

     
    Two days to St. Patrick's Day, officially. But it seems like it's been going on for weeks and will never end. At the link -- full St. Patrick's Day coverage, including a Midnight Sun list of the best area bars......
  • Fort Lauderdale police union: Boycott Bank of America

     
    Public-sector unions are miffed about new Republican-backed legislation that would ban automatic dues deductions from paychecks, and Fort Lauderdale's police union is striking back. The Fort Lauderdale Fraternal Order of Police will close its accounts...
  • Valley Inn open, tanned and ready

     
    Bud Hatfield at the Valley Inn told me he gets a handful of phone calls a day -- "Are you open?" the caller wants to know.The Valley Inn sure is open, and in Hatfield's hands. The talked-about sale to the......
  • Movers quick to pick up, slow to deliver

    Movers quick to pick up, slow to deliver
    You'll have to excuse Larry Stillman if he seems upset. Living in a hotel for weeks on end will do that. The former Vernon Hills resident would gladly move into his new house in Tucson, Ariz. If only United Van Lines would deliver his belongings....
  • Hybrid residential tower planned in Streeterville

     Hybrid residential tower planned in Streeterville
    A 67-story, 500-unit hybrid residential tower designed by notable architect Robert A.M. Stern is proposed for the southwest corner of Grand Avenue and Peshtigo Court by Related Midwest, which has been on a development hot streak for the past few years...
  • Millennium Park: 10 years old and a boon for art, commerce and the cityscape

     Millennium Park: 10 years old and a boon for art, commerce and the cityscape
    Millennium Park, which turns 10 Wednesday, is the best thing former Mayor Richard M. Daley ever did. But as this month's titillating trial over a controversial contract for the Park Grill shows, the popular park has never fully detached itself from...