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Pop’s SeaBar nails its casual plates, while Walrus & Oyster Ale House looks spiffy but tastes sloppy.
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At star chef Bryan Voltaggio’s newest casual place, the answer so far is an unfortunate no.
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At Parts & Labor, Spike Gjerde’s team uses butchery, smoke and wood to glorify meat in all its permutations.
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Curry Kitchen showcases the singular flavors of chef Anil Sustarwar’s native Hyderabad, India.
At Urban Butcher, chef shows talent with curing and smoking meats, but needs to trim the fat.
At Republic, the oysters are briny, the cocktails fun and the burger juicy, but some dishes miss the mark.
Spike Gjerde’s new diner offers few reasons to make the drive.
Tom Sietsema spotlights three restaurants that didn’t make the cut for the annual fall compilation.
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Their numbers are dwindling, but a new tourism program hopes to keep their traditions and memory alive.
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A long-closed Baltimore favorite is revived, but there’s not much to connect present with past.