501 N. Calvert Street
Baltimore, MD
Richard Gorelick
My Role

I am the restaurant critic for the Baltimore Sun. I contribute the a weekly restaurant review to the Sunday paper as well as a Wednesday column named "Table Talk" that recounts openings, closings, chef-moves, and other news related to the Baltimore area dining scene. I also maintain the Baltimore Diner blog.
My Biography

I joined the Baltimore Sun staff in September 2010. Prior to that I contributed restaurant reviews and occasional other cultural stories to the Sun and the Baltimore City Paper, as well as other regional publications. I am a native of Baltimore County, where I attended Pikesville Senior High School. I studied creative writing at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh.
My Interests

I love movies and swear by Powell & Pressburger, Max Ophuls, Eric Rohmer, and Caol Reed. I am devoted to the Mary Tyler Moore Show. This is the best job I've ever had.
My Recent Articles

Restaurant options for the day after Thanksgiving 11/26/2014
Baltimore restaurants are offering special brunch service and extended hours on the day after Thanksgiving.

Morning Edition to be sold at auction 11/26/2014
Morning Edition, the Butchers Hill restaurant that closed July 2013 on its 30th anniversary, will be sold at auction on Dec. 10 at 2 p.m. The auction is being handled by A. J. Billig & Co.

Ratsie's Pizza in College Park will close next year 11/25/2014
Ratsie's Pizza, a longtime presence on the College Park eating landscape, will close next year.

Jason Ambrose's Locust Point project is weeks away 11/24/2014
There’s one thing Jason Ambrose especially wants you to know about 1157 Bar and Kitchen, his long-awaited tavern project on tiny Haubert Street in Locust Point.

Milton Inn expands its lounge and gives it a name 11/24/2014
The Milton Inn, which occupies part of what it said to be a structure dating back to the mid-18th-century, has had a small lounge on its first floor as far back as anyone can remember. It was always just known as "the lounge," according to Brian Boston, the executive chef and proprietor of...