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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.
You can eat Ethiopian food alone, but all that dipping and sharing means it's much better with a group. Dukem's got the requisite wots, tibs, and plenty of veggie options, all served individually or in combinations, designed to be eaten by multiple people with just injera, the spongy bread that takes the place of forks and spoons. The quality of food means Dukem's small and comfortable dining room fills up quickly on weekends, and the unfailingly friendly staff is glad to help Ethiopian first-timers navigate the menu.
A little bit of Margaritaville in Canton, this tropical-themed bar and grill serves up pub grub with a special bent toward seafood.
It's tough to nail down a place as eclectic as Golden West Café. The place where New Mexico meets the Far East has a whole lot of thrift-store paintings on the walls and menus that arrive in old record album covers, with food that ranges from Frito pie to warm Vietnamese noodle salad (aka the Mental Oriental). Weekend breakfast-time waits can be long, but are worth it--the kitchen churns out righteous huevos rancheros and hot cakes (three crucial words: real maple syrup), though our perennial favorite is the blueberry Bismarck. (“If butter offends you, do not order this,” the menu intones.) Lunch and dinner bring burgers, green chile soup, and other Southwestern treats, plus amazing homemade layer cake for dessert. Best of all, the Golden West's addition of a bar means, at long last, margaritas with that quesadilla.
Greg Novik and Co. have been making delectable gourmet bagels with fresh ingredients and loving care in Govans for going on 20 years. Perhaps the only thing better than the unique bagel blends (macadamia nut and white chocolate, anyone?) is the array of toppings, which range from the standard schmear to a dizzying array of one-of-a-kind items--custom-smoked salmon, baked Brie, barbecued pork.
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