Featured, Food & Drink, Hamilton, Lauraville, Lifeline

Hamilton’s Green Onion Market to Shut Down After Five Years

0 Written by: | Wednesday, May 03, 2017 10:57am

Photo via Google Streetview

After half a decade operating on Harford Road, Hamilton’s beloved Green Onion Market is closing its doors.

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Featured, Food & Drink, Hot Plate

Hot Plate: Dylan’s Oyster Cellar Opens, Clementine Reopens, New Year’s Eve Plans

0 Written by: | Friday, Dec 23, 2016 8:20am

La Cuchara is one of several Baltimore restaurants offering a special menu for New Year’s Eve.

Merry Christmas and Happy Hanukkah, Baltimore – holiday week is upon us! It’s time to celebrate, both at home and in restaurants. And with openings, reopenings and other happy news, there is a lot to celebrate in the Baltimore restaurant world this week.

Here’s a look at what’s happening in and around Baltimore this week:

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Featured, Food & Drink

Clementine Eyes Reopening in Hamilton

1 Written by: | Monday, Oct 24, 2016 4:29pm

Photo via Clementine/Facebook

Photo via Clementine/Facebook

Clementine didn’t disappear completely after the Hamilton restaurant closed last year. Now, the owners are looking to reopen, with a few changes. Read More →

Food & Drink, Hamilton, Shop Local, Sponsored Post

Clementine is Back! With Thanksgiving Side Dishes for Your Table

0 Written by: | Thursday, Nov 19, 2015 2:00pm

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Our mission is simple – offer seasonal, local and,most importantly, delicious food made from scratch.
Clementine holiday sides are beautifully presented in a glass pie plate. Just heat & serve!  Our side dishes will truly compliment any bird or your vegetarian main dish and will be a tasty complement to whatever is being served at your  Thanksgiving table.

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Featured, Food & Drink

The Travel Channel Picks the Five Best Places to Eat in Baltimore

6 Written by: | Friday, May 02, 2014 10:00am

Photo of Shoo-Fly via Eater

Photo of Shoo-Fly via Eater

I think if the Travel Channel had put a different headline on this list, I wouldn’t have a problem with it. Call it, “Five exciting new-ish (mostly) restaurants in Baltimore” or “Five funky spots to get slightly expensive modern American ” and I’d just smile and nod. But they called it the “Best places to eat in Baltimore,” and so I’m forced to disagree.
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Culture

Soon on Harford Road: Farmers’ Market Quality Five Days a Week

0 Written by: | Friday, May 27, 2011 12:00am

Face it: When you need to do a serious veggie shop, jockeying for counter position among the dogs and strollers at the weekend farmers’ markets is not as fun as it is festive. And what if you’re jonesing for an heirloom tomato on a Wednesday? Enter Green Onion, the latest addition to the “Clempire” of Winston Blick, owner of Clementine Fine Foods in Hamilton. The new retail store, at 5500 Harford Road, is undergoing renovation, but in about a month, you’ll be able to get your market on every day of the week. Soon, bins and cases will be overflowing with grass-fed beef, exotic lettuces, exquisite cheeses, and those heirloom tomatoes you crave. You will even find some of the restaurant’s most popular condiments and foods offered to go—like jams and relishes, homemade sausage and pickles, and our favorite, Green Goddess salad dressing. In case you haven’t been back east in awhile, the Harford Road corridor has become a haven for highbrow eaters, with the award-winning patés from the Chameleon Café, memorable muffins from the Red Canoe, the Hamilton Tavern’s burgers, Chef Mac’s Louisiana cuisine and live blues, Koco’s crab cakes, and, yes, those tempting Tuesday tacos at Clementine. And the neighborhoods of greater Lauraville just got upper-crustier with the opening of Hamilton Bakery next door.

We’re not saying that shopping in a Waverly parking lot or under the Jones
Falls Expressway on a hot summer morning doesn’t have its charms. (Some of your weekly faves are available nowhere else.) But Green Onion will certainly make it easy to sleep late most weekends.

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