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  • Places not to watch the Super Bowl, starting with Jack's Bistro

     
    I just received the weekly email from Jack's Bistro, which included this intrusion from chef Ted Stelzenmuller, who typically leaves the restaurant's correspondence in general manager Christie Smertycha's capable hands. Here's Ted:Because I am so...
  • The 2 p.m. funny -- #1, SNL's "Olympia Restaurant"

     
    Beginning today, and continuing indefinitely, I am going to post, when I can, each weekday at 2 p.m., a video of a classic restaurant comedy sketch. I'll look for classics and new stuff, and please send me your favorites.......
  • Some changes at Luminous

     
    Not huge changes, but Luminous, the restaurant at the Westin Baltimore Washington Airport, has replaced its original (since 2007) Pan-Asian and tapas concept with a full-on American menu. Edward Kim, the much admired chef from Soigne, and later Saffron...
  • My weekend dining: Philadelphia road trip -- Amada

     
    A friend got in his head that we should all pile in a car and take a day-trip up to Philadelphia to eat at Amada, just one of the jewels in the crown of restaurants that Jose Garces (James Beard......
  • Lunch review of the Artful Gourmet -- a new contest idea

     
    John Lindner reviews the Artful Gourmet in Owings Mills and has some fun exploring the connection, if any, between the restaurant's fancifully named menu items -- Dali Calamari, Kandinsky Quesadilla, Surreal Caesar -- and the food itself. Rob Kasper had.....
  • A new Voltaggio project DEFINITELY in the works

     
    Back in early December I wrote a post about a possible new Bryan Voltaggio restaurant and titled it, Soon Volt will have a little brother or sister.I was, of course, talking about the new Frederick restaurant that the chef is......
  • The Chocolate Affair -- a report, with winners

     
    Here's Jill Rosen's report from last night's event. Let’s just say right up front that the food police could have made multiple felony arrests at this event. But who counts calories in the name of charity?Linwood's chocolate meringue batons.......
  • Sewer line testing coming to Gloucester neighborhoods

     
    Crews will be testing sewer lines at night next week throughout Gloucester. The sewer line testing will run Monday through Friday from 11 p.m. to 5:30 a.m., according to an e-mail from Arnie Francis, utilities supervisor for the Gloucester County...
  • Hollywood Burger Bistro reviewed

     
    Here is Rob Kasper's Live! review of Hollywood Burger Bistro, a new restaurant that's taken its fair share of brickbats on this blog. See if the assumptions folks made about HBB were warranted.Baltimore Sun photo/Algerina Perna......
  • Wine Market chef leaving and other news

     
    I don't think of Dining@Large as a restaurant news blog, but lately the news has been coming so thick and fast I feel I ought to make note of some of the things I've learned. Christian DeLutis, chef at the Wine......
  • Two-cuisine restaurants

     
    A new restaurant called York Garden has opened where Pacific Rim used to be in Cockeysville. I bring this up not as a bit of restaurant news (for that, see tomorrow's Table Talk column in the Taste section), but to......