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.

Wednesday, October 30, 2019

True Chesapeake Oyster Co. Restaurant opens in Whitehall Mill



There is so much good to say about the True Chesapeake Oyster Co.: their location, d├ęcor, partnerships, drinks, food and dare I say oysters! 

Oysters are at the crux and heart of this restaurant; they are at the center of this friendship/partnership of oyster farmer Patrick Hudson of True Chesapeake Oyster Co. from St. Jerome Creek in Southern Maryland, award-winning Executive Chef Zack Mills, and Nick Schauman – founder of The Local Oyster.  True Chesapeake Oyster Co. is the first Maryland oyster farm to open a restaurant. Bring in another award-winner, Chelsea Gregoire, the general manager and beverage director to round out an already outstanding hospitality team.  Everyone mentioned above is a story unto themselves and deserves more than this mere mention.  

Read the full story at Dara Cooks at Baltimore Post Examiner


Thursday, October 24, 2019

BRD opens 2nd location in Federal Hill


Slightly different than the Trashmen’s song 1963  Bird is the Word, this BRD is becoming the word in Baltimore with their creative fried chicken sandwiches (sandos in BRD language ), wings and BRD bites. BRD is committed to sourcing the highest quality chicken; they use boneless chicken thighs that never received hormones, antibiotics and are fried in 100% peanut oil.

Read the full story at Dara Cooks at Baltimore Post Examiner 

Thursday, October 17, 2019

Birroteca takes on the Devil



The Red Devils charity that advocates for patients and their families affected by breast cancer has a commitment from Baltimore’s Birroteca Restaurant for donating a portion of the restaurant’s proceeds throughout an ENTIRE YEAR.  I emphasize YEAR LONG so as not to be mistaken for a restaurant doing a one-night benefit. Birroteca is known for its rustic Italian fare and oh so many craft beers (60) in Baltimore’s Hampden neighborhood. 


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