A historic milestone for one of Maryland’s own. Thursday, Phillips Seafood celebrates 100.
The Baltimore Boat Show is this weekend. Also, the executive chef at Maryland Live! Casino has a preview of the new menu at Phillips Seafood.
As the holidays approach and you prep to visit the in-laws, it’s important to know exactly where to grab the best booze at Baltimore/Washington International. There is nothing like getting to the airport super early in case the security lines are really long only to get through security quickly and have a ton of time to kill before boarding starts for your flight. These are the bars that promise the best booze to pass the time.
It could be the biggest real estate deal in the Mid-Atlantic in decades. A local CEO lists his Severn River-front home for $32 million.
Those who will soon be playing slots at Arundel Mills shouldn’t go hungry.
A seafood powerhouse breathes new life into Baltimore’s Inner Harbor. Phillips restaurant makes the jump from Harborplace to Power Plant, and the reviews are in.
After 31 years in the Light Street Pavilion, Phillips is reopening in the nearby Power Plant Live building. No firm date has been announced for the reopening.
Last month Phillips Seafood announced it was closing its long running restaurant in the Inner Harbor, but the popular restaurant won’t be leaving Baltimore.
Phillips Seafood plans to detail its Inner Harbor plans at a meeting with city officials next week.
Brice Phillips, founder of Phillips Seafood, a restaurant chain that expanded from a single crab house to 19 restaurants and retail products, has died.
The Cordish Cos. is asking for $3 million in rent cuts at two city-owned properties in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor Power Plant complex in exchange for improvements of between $6 million and $9 million.
A landmark leaving. Harborplace, the center of Baltimore’s biggest tourist attraction, is losing a major tenant. After three decades, Phillips Aeafood is moving out.