RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Fells Point

Fells Point
A collection of news and information related to Fells Point published by this site and its partners.

Top Fells Point Articles

Displaying items 23-33
  • Sunday review preview -- Slainte

     
    Slainte in Fells Point gets reviewed this Sunday's paper.Last month, media members and food bloggers were invited to try out some of executive chef Bill Crouse's new menu items, and the word "gastropub" appeared in some of the coverage of......
  • Talay Thai and Dego Dames, closed for good?

     
    Talay Thai Grille on Aliceanna Street in Fells Point has reportedly closed, at least according to Restaurant.com, which notified a certificated-holding friend of mine about his options (he can exchange it).I never went back there after I reviewed it. My.....
  • Grilled cheese sandwich cookoff at Mt. Washington Tavern

     
    Attention, fans of grilled cheese. April is Grilled Cheese Month -- finally, a legitimate holiday.Please send your gorgeous photographs of you gorgeous grilled cheese sandwiches here. The big area event -- on Sunday, April 10, the Mt. Washington Tavern...
  • Darbar has softly opened in Fells Point

     
    Thank you to sharp-eyes Fells Point scouts who told me about the closing of Talay Thai and the almost immediate opening of an Indian restaurant named Darbar in its place. Darbar's owner, Vinay Wahi, a partner at Akbar, was surprised......
  • A Tiger in the Kitchen at Red Canoe

     
    Here's Laura Vozzella's profile of former Baltimore Sun reporter and now author Cheryl Lu-Lien Tan. Tan will read from and sign her new memoirs, A Tiger in the Kitchen, at Red Canoe Thursday night at 6 p.m.The book is Tan's......
  • Your weekend dining PLUS featuring the sleeping pet of the day

     
    Let's see. West Side Story is at the Hippodrome. Folks are always looking for good dining tips around the France-Merrick Performing Arts Center. Often I've seen people wandering the neighborhood, singing, "There's a place to eat, somewhere a place to........
  • Old Baltimore restaurants, a query

     
    I said in my story about the closing of Werner's that Downtown is now left without a single restaurant that opened before the original Charles Center revitalization, the first phase of what became known as the Baltimore Renaissance. I'm putting......
  • Meet David Ansill

     
    David Ansill will be the opening chef at Bond Street Social, Suzanne Loudermilk reports on the In Good Taste blog. Loudermilk makes reference to a press release she got from the owners of the restaurant that's moving into the old......
  • Schaefer's non-legendary appetite

     
    Noticeably absent from the Sun's coverage on the death of William Donald Schaefer was anything having to do with his appetite. Let's just say he was no Chester Arthur.Erik Maza has a nice post on Midnight Sun about the restaurants......
  • Teavolve, new and old

     
    You may have heard that the folks at Teavolve in Harbor East will be adding a second location. The second Teavolve will be in the John G. Rangos Building at the Science + Technology Park at Johns Hopkins. (That last......
  • The Royal Wedding

     
    John-John Williams has a story on the plans Baltimoreans are making for the Royal Wedding. Included among them, the early-morning (5:30 a.m.) opening at Union Jack's in Columbia. The fun there will include a champagne toast and manicures.Slainte Irish...