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

Local chefs going to James Beard House 7/7/2015
Four Baltimore-area chefs, including the executive chef for a family-owned farm, will be headed to New York City next month where they'll be cooking at the James Beard House, the culinary venue named for the celebrated author, educator and champion of American cuisine.

Chef Sarah Acconcia leaves Bookmakers 7/7/2015
Sarah Acconcia has left Bookmakers , the Federal Hill cocktail lounge and restaurant where she has been executive chef since last October. Her last day at the restaurant was Saturday.

In Hampden, a cafe for the Bristle Block set 7/6/2015
Parents of young children have some good dining options in Baltimore. Clementine on Harford Road has a popular play area. Golden West Cafe has long been a favorite stop for the toddler set.

Tersiguel's of Ellicott City marks 40th anniversary 7/6/2015
On Saturday, the Tersiguel family will be celebrating 40 years of serving area diners the classic French cuisine of their native Brittany with a sold-out event they're calling Tersiguel’s: 40 Years in the Making .

Veteran Baltimore caterer Charles Levine to open Quarry Lake restaurant 6/22/2015
The veteran Baltimore caterer Charles Levine will open his first restaurant, Citron, at Quarry Lake at Greenspring, a mixed-use development near Pikesville in Baltimore County.