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Richard Gorelick is the restaurant critic for The Baltimore Sun. He writes the Baltimore Diner blog at baltimoresun.com.
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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, which invites the Sun's readers to join the conversation about dining trends, likes and dislikes, pet peeves, and everything under the sun.
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