News & reviews of the Baltimore restaurants scene

Things are happening in the Baltimore restaurant scene. Here’s a little recap:

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New dinner/cocktail menu at B&O American Brasserie

B&O Is one of my favorites for delicious food from the acclaimed Mike Ransom and amazing drinks from the mind of bartender extraordinaire, Brendan Dorr, so I was excited to check out the new menus at B&O*. I took Katharine with me and we tried the octo taco (charred octopus in a jicama shell), raviolo in sweet brown butter, scallops with farro verde, and several other dishes. Check out the G&T menu with all kinds of G&T-named drinks.

*Yep, I didn’t have to pay for the meal. Yep, opinions are all mine.

Dunkin’ Donuts samples new donuts at Innter Harbor on July 3

Dunkin’ Donuts is bringing a special sampling truck to the Inner Harbor on July 3. Dunkin’ Donuts’ guests can stop by the truck from 9am – 2pm to try the new OREO® and Chips Ahoy!® iced coffee and Coolatta® frozen beverages, as well as Dunkin’ Donuts’ new Chips Ahoy!®  Crunch donut. 

Rusty Scupper hosts 4th of July 

There are plenty of places to spend the 4th, but if you’re in Baltimore, you definitely want a view of the harbor. Rusty Scupper has one of the best. From 6:30-10pm, celebrate July 4th with live entertainment and the view from the third floor lounge and deck. Enjoy the all-you-can-eat buffet of #1 jumbo male crabs, hot dogs, hamburgers, fried chicken, salads, fruit and more, as well as great drink specials and giveaways. Pricing for adults is $99 and $49 for kids, plus a 20% service charge and 6% tax.

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Citron opening at Quarry Lake

Charles Levine, owner and president of Charles Levine Caterers, will break ground for Citron, a full-service restaurant at Quarry Lake, in July. He plans to open in the summer of 2016. Located on the north side of Quarry Lake, the 10,500-sq-ft. restaurant will feature a dining room and bar – that can seat a total of 230 guests – as well as private event spaces. Citron will also feature outside patio and waterfront deck seating.

Have you tried any new places? Heard any Baltimore restaurant news?

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