The Dining Dish blog is Dara Bunjon's take on anything food, both national and in her hometown of Baltimore. Warning: this food blog can be harmful to your waistline.

Saturday, February 25, 2017

Sunday Brunch Pick: Iron Rooster

Sunday brunch, where to go?  One of my picks for Sunday Brunch is the Iron Rooster, an upscale full service restaurant that serves breakfast all day long with the option for lunch and dinner choices.  It was just before Christmas that they opened their 3rd location in Hunt Valley; the other two locations are in Canton and Annapolis.  All three locations offer out a new twist on traditional comfort food.

Thursday, February 23, 2017

Upscale dinner-and-a-movie: CineBistro grand opening at the Rotunda

Luxe movie going has come to Baltimore with the opening February 24th of CinĂ©Bistro at the Rotunda. The seven theatre movie complex has state-of-the-art 4 k digital projection and 7.1 surround sound add local Executive Chef Mark Davis, who has created an American inspired menu for moviegoers to enjoy at their lush leather reclining theatre seats or at the theatre’s restaurant section.

Just like making reservations for dinner, you can reserve your seats at your CinĂ©Bistro movie choice, arrive 30 minutes prior to the movie to place your order from the chef driven menu – sit back, relax and your meal is served before the movie begins. It is real dining, on china, metal flatware and linen napkins. You don’t have to order food; you can get your favorite movie going snacks, even get a beer, cocktail, specialty coffee or wine.  Since alcohol is served, the movie theatre is adults only, 21 years age or older.

Read the full story and watch the slideshow at my Baltimore Post Examiner Blog 

Saturday, February 11, 2017

Fleet Street Kitchen morphs into Italian concept: Tagliata

As fall was taking hold we heard that the Bagby Restaurant Group had turned over two of their restaurant concepts at 1010 and 1012 Fleet Street to Atlas Restaurant Group: Ten Ten and Fleet Street Kitchen. Fleet Street Kitchen closed the beginning of the year with a focus on the redesign of the restaurant and a new dining concept.

Read the full story at my Baltimore Post Examiner blog Dara Cooks


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