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.

Thursday, February 14, 2019

Rye Street Tavern shines in Port Covington

Nestled between the Hanover Street Bridge and Ft. McHenry on Cromwell Street in the ever expanding Port Covington neighborhood, Rye Street Tavern shines brightly, day and night.  Lunch, brunch, social hour, and dinner – there is something for everyone’s taste on their diverse American themed menus. 


On my initial visit when they first opened, the waterfront view of the Patapsco River as the sun was setting was breathtaking. Whether from the bar or the dining rooms, that view was there for all to enjoy.   Though this is not the season to sit out on their lawn in their Adirondack chairs, they surely will be filled to capacity as well as the patio tables come the warmer months.  On my recent visit, as you rounded the corner of the building from their parking lot, the area glistens with string lights, brightening the winter’s night.   It is located next to Sagamore Spirit Distillery whose rye whiskey celebrates the resurrection of this Maryland tradition and is the inspiration for the tavern’s name.  


See all the photographs and the complete story at Dara Cooks - Baltimore Post Examiner

Saturday, February 09, 2019

Children's Valentine Celebration at Sotto Sopra Restaurant

What is Valentine’s Day but a day about love, all types of love, including family love!  For the third year in a row, Sotto Sopra Restaurant is continuing their tradition of celebrating families during Valentine’s Day week with a special evening focused on the children.  With that said, they invite parents to bring their children to Sotto Sopra Restaurant at 405 N. Charles Street to celebrate an early Valentine’s Day on Monday, February 11th.   The children will enjoy this event filled with kid-oriented entertainment, surprises, along with dining on a specially designed children’s menu.  Chef/owner Riccardo Bosio’s daughters, Amelia and Victoria, will be the hostesses for the evening. 

Check out the full menu and details: Dara Cooks - Baltimore Post Examiner 

Monday, February 04, 2019

Your sneak peek: Orto Restaurant opens today in Station North



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The growing arts and entertainment Station North district in Baltimore, from Maryland Institute of Art and Penn Station to North Avenue, where the Parkway Theatre, Charles Theatre, BIG (Baltimore Improve Group) and Motor House Art Hub adds the Italian inspired, locally sourced Orto Restaurant on Charles Street.


In Italian, Orto translates to vegetable garden and is reflected in their menu.  As their website states, “Our menu is built on the foundations of Italian Food, and culture – simple, fresh, flavorful cuisine served in a welcoming space.”

Read the full review and enjoy the photographs at Dara Cooks at Baltimore Post Examiner.


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