The City Paper dining guide in your yellow box
[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.
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