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Meet at Pratt Street Ale House for a tour of Baltimore's best bars and clubs.
Classics and modern stories are featured.
This weekly event includes cash prizes and a progressive jackpot. Proceeds benefit the House of Ruth.
A support group for people providing care for someone close to them with Parkinson's Disease. Meetings will take place in Room 101.
This Corned Beef Row relic is a local institution, and with good reason. Elbow your way through the boisterous lunchtime crowds down to the end of the long, long, long deli counter and speak up loud and clear when it's your turn to order your corned beef on rye, hot pastrami, Reuben, or kosher dog, all as good as you'll find in town. You could step across to Attman's modest, ambiance-free “Kibbitz Room” and dine in, but once you've survived the line, you've already had the second-best experience Attman's offers. They usually wrap up the best to go.
Kali's Mezze still packs the house for authentic Mediterranean small plates. Looking for fatoush, horta, or pastirma? You'll find it here along with savory cheese pies, moussaka, and a tarama that will make you wish you could lick your plate.
The Maryland Historical Society Museum houses a collection of treasures and everyday objects which celebrate Maryland's history and diversity. Among its more than 200,000 objects are paintings, furniture, silver, textiles, quilts, costumes, needlework, ceramics, glass, dolls and toys.
Inexpensive soups, sandwiches, burritos and salads are the main-stays of the menu, but rounding it out are homemade quiches, sanvory and sweet tarts, meat pies, burgers, and a couple of vegetarian sandwiches.
"At Zeke’s, we strive to offer the full coffee experience: fourteen different types of coffee from five continents prepared in five different ways. Never tried a French press? Want to try a type of coffee you’ve never had before? Do you just want an iced latte? With our weekly rotating selection of coffees, you can come in and have a cup of something different every day. We also have enough coffee that you can bring home a pound of something different every week for over a year. We also serve pastries from American Hearth Bakery and pies from Dangerously Delicious Pies."
Baltimore City Paper, 501 N. Calvert Street, P.O. Box 1377, Baltimore, MD 21278
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