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Andrew Weinzirl: A Chef’s Guide to Baltimore (Audio)

(AUDIO FILE may need to “play in new window”) Join Baltimore Chef Andrew Weinzirl and his partner Lina Bertinelli as they talk about the Baltimore food scene. Chef Andrew highlights some of the best independent restauranteurs in Baltimore, local spots where he eats, and discusses both his past and current culinary projects. Part 2 of 2.

Resources and restaurants highlighted in this podcast:

Ekiben:  1622 Eastern Ave.  Asian Insoired plus small plates.  Phone Unavailable.

Ni Hao:  2322 Boston St.  Contemporary Chinese.  443-835-2036

Orto:  Italian inspired.  1709 N. Charles St.  443-759-7200

Cafe Dear Leon:  2929 O’Donnell St.  Breads, Pastries fresh baked.  667-312-2977

Revisions Books and Bar:  Opening late March  2031 E. Fairmont St.

Roses Bakery:  In Northeast Market, 2101 E. Monument St.  We had their cookies, but they are known for cakes. 410-675-8411

The Brewer’s Art:  1106 N. Charles St.  Homemade brews and new American  410-254-2376

Maggie’s Farm: 4341 Harford Rd., Farm to table.  410-254-2376

Woodberry Kitchen: 2010 Clipper Park Rd., Different pop-up menus weekly.  410-464-8000

Charleston: 1000 Lancaster St., New American 410-332-7373

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