Posts Tagged ‘Annapolis’

Maryland Wine Shipment Reform Inches Closer to Action

To those annoyed by the state of Maryland's regulations that prohibit out-of-state wineries from shipping directly to Old Line State residents, there's promising news in Annapolis. As the Baltimore Business Journal reported late last week, reform legislation was filed in the House and Senate on Friday. The Washington Post's Ann E. Marimow reported on Monday: […]

Md. Restaurant Association Wants Status Quo on Corkage Ban

Although Top Chef/Volt's Bryan Voltaggio might be a high-profile voice in the effort to get Maryland to lift its restrictions on corkage practices at restaurants, the association representing Maryland restaurants has come down against the legislative push, after conducting a survey of its members on whether to allow customers to bring their own wine into […]

Annapolis Seafood Induces Crabcake-Driven Nostalgia

Like many people during the holidays, I found myself bouncing between households, trains, and automobiles, with a suitcase holding too many presents and not enough clothes. The traveling part sucks, of course, but the destinations and time with family make the journey worth it. Just before Christmas, I found myself in Anne Arundel County where […]

Bob Kinkead to Open a New Restaurant in Annapolis?

Baltimore Business Journal reported today that Bob Kinkead, the Beard award-winning chef behind Kinkead's, has his eyes on Phillips Seafood's restaurant in downtown Annapolis, which he hopes to purchase and rename Hell Point Seafood. Reports the Journal: