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March 2, 2011

The City Paper dining guide in your yellow box

The City Paper's cover story is on food trucks. Here's Jill Rosen's September 2010 Baltimore Sun article on the food-truck phenomenon.

[Would you like for me to gather up a bunch of scattered information about Baltimore Food trucks and tie it up with a pretty red ribbon. I could do that, you know.]

And tucked inside the City Paper  -- EAT, the annual dining guide. 72 pages, stuffed with color.  I love the new Rocket to Venus ad.

They kept it simple this year (I was responsible, I believe, for the supplement's worst. concept. ever.)

Restaurants (except for Corks) are arranged alphabetically within neighborhoods. And how does EAT break down the city?

In this order: Federal Hill -- South Baltimore -- Canton/Highland town -- Fells Point --Little Italy -- Harbor East --Downtown -- Mount Vernon/Bolton Hill/Station North --Charles Village/Waverly -- Roland Park/Mt. Washington -- Hampden/Remington -- Hamilton -- County.

There are more listings than ever, and the blurbs are briefer. Icons are minimalist" Dollars signs ($, $$ or $$$) designate the cost of the average entree; BYOB, parking, outdoor dining, late-night dining.

Handsome. Congratulations to my old pals for rolling that boulder up the hill.

Here's the Sun's 50 Best restaurants galleries

 

 


Posted by Richard Gorelick at 10:34 AM | | Comments (4)
        

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I work in DC, so I'm more familiar with the DC food trucks than those in Baltimore. What I would LOVE to see in Baltimore is something like this:
http://foodtruckfiesta.com/

cool! thanks, I could get the content ready and talk to the nerds here about the other stuff.

Yes! Please give us a rundown of food trucks!

coach factory outlet store is waitting for you!

I happen to know that he has no plans currently to relocate - just doing a bit of freelance stuff right now and has an IXIA cookbook signing coming up mid November.

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You are reading the archives. For updated blog posts about the Maryland food scene, see Richard Gorelick's new Baltimore Diner blog.
Richard Gorelick was appointed The Baltimore Sun's restaurant critic in September 2010. Before joining the paper staff fulltime, he contributed freelance criticism and features articles about food to area and regional publications. Along the way, he dispatched for short-distance trucking companies, shilled for cultural non-profits, and assisted in cognitive neurology research – never the subject, always the control.

He takes restaurants seriously but not himself, and his favorite restaurant is the one you love, too.
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