If you’re assembling a bar for holiday entertaining there’s one thing you need to remember, whether the event is a brunch, potluck, formal dinner party or raucous kegger in celebration of Thanksgiving, Hanukkah, Christmas, Boxing Day, Kwanzaa, New Year’s Eve or Twelfth Night:
Of the many things associated with Emeril Lagasse, the sound of 1,200 sports fans simultaneously screaming “Yeah!” or “No!” is a new one.
Almaza restaurant, 9890 S. Maryland Parkway received 37 demerits Oct. 19. Violations included raw food stored over cooked and ready-to-eat food. GRADE: C
Maybe it’s the name: squuu-aaash. It doesn’t exactly roll off the tongue. You have to wrinkle your nose just to say it, and that’s not good.
Not to spoil the surprise, but the Prohibition speakeasy theme of Capo’s Italian Steakhouse becomes instantly apparent the moment guests arrive at the restaurant’s door.
I had a sense of dread during the opening moments of Signature Productions’ “The King and I.”