Food & Drink, Hot Plate

Hot Plate: Valentine’s Day, The Local Fry Turns Two, Whisky Weekend at Magdalena & The Ivy Hotel

0 Written by: | Friday, Feb 10, 2017 7:55am

Star anise-dusted venison is on the Valentine’s Day menu at The Milton Inn.

It’s that time of year when hearts, flowers and prix fixe menus dominate the restaurant scene. It’s Valentine’s weekend! Baltimore restaurants do have a lot of big plans in the works for the holiday, but this week offers more than chocolate.

Here’s a look at what’s happening in and around town:

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Catch of the Day, Food & Drink

It’s National Beer Day!

0 Written by: | Tuesday, Apr 07, 2015 12:15pm

COTD

catch of the day fish (2)Just when you thought the spring holiday push was over, turns out it’s National Beer Day. Alas. And while you probably don’t need to order anyone flowers or write out any cards, it wouldn’t be proper to just let the day go by without any ceremony at all, would it? Luckily, Baltimore is a perfectly easy place to celebrate (and imbibe) beer of all kinds. Whether you’re going for a fine craft microbrew, or our beloved (or at least ubiquitous) Natty Boh, this city has you covered. So tonight make sure to stop by your local brewery (or liquor store) on your way home and pick up just enough to crack open to mark this important day.

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