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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.
On top of Andy Nelson's roof there is a giant pink pig sporting the letter Q on its belly. Under Andy Nelson's roof is the finest barbeque in the land. Painstakingly hickory smoked and slathered in proprietary spice mixes and homemade sauces, Andy's meat is succulent and deeply flavored. The Memphis-style ribs and pulled-pork 'que are the main attractions, but equally important are the Southern-style sides. Collard greens are smoky, the corn bread sweet and tender, and the zesty, peppery baked beans not to be missed. Get yourself a giant glass of real-thing Southern sweet tea and you have got yourself a truly righteous meal. Can I get a witness?
Stop by the retail shop, a former bakery, that fronts Rodney Henry's burgeoning wholesale pie empire (he supplies myriad restaurants) and choose from among nearly two dozen of his beautiful homemade creations. Taste what pie should be, made from fresh ingredients, with sunny, homemade crusts. Sit at a ramshackle table with a cup of coffee and listen to some vintage rock. Dangerously Delicious is an original.
"Innovative American, neighborhood gourmet, naturally elegant venue with a friendly, welcoming staff and an award-winning, five-star chef who tries to use as much local and organic product as possible. Basement atmosphere in wonderful Hampden, brightened by large photos of local produce in historic Hampden Theater. Try the crab soup at lunch with the turkey Rachel sandwich. At dinner, menus change regularly. Ask your server for the freshest recommendations."
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.
Vino Rosina's inventive menu offers dishes like a 16-legged burger made from beef, bison, pork, and lamb, and a richer-than-rich rabbit lasagna. A scary-smart wine list and personable service only add to the glow.
Baltimore City Paper, 501 N. Calvert Street, P.O. Box 1377, Baltimore, MD 21278
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