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Richard Gorelick
Critic
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

Tuesday happy hour to raise funds for damaged Mount Vernon businesses 5/4/2015
Ware House 518  restaurant will host a fundraiser on Tuesday evening to benefit the 15 Mount Vernon businesses that were damaged in a spate of vandalism and looting that swept through the neighborhood on the afternoon of April 27.

In Brewers Hill, Eichenkranz ends its 75-year run 5/1/2015
Eichenkranz, a German restaurant that traces its origins to 1894, closed its doors on Thursday.

Hampden market offers space to Sunday market vendors 5/1/2015
The Baltimore Office of Promotion

Trinacria Italian Cafe, damaged on Monday, reopens in Mount Vernon 4/30/2015
Trinacria Italian Cafe  reopened on Thursday. The Mount Vernon eatery was among the businesses that were damaged on Monday afternoon by sporadic acts of vandalism and looting. The major damage to Trinacria was to the storefront windows that line the west and south exterior.

Baltimore bars feel pain of early last call 4/30/2015
On Thursday afternoon, as a fraction of the usual Max’s Taphouse staff struggled to make money, organizers of scheduled private parties at the popular Fells Point beer bar were continuing to cancel their weekend events, owner Ron Furman said.