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"Bahama Breeze is the restaurant that brings you the feeling of a Caribbean escape. Come feed your island spirit with Caribbean-inspired seafood, chicken and steaks, handcrafted tropical drinks, a vibrant atmosphere and people happy to be of service!"
Caribbean Kitchen is not fast. It is not fancy. It does, however, turn out some of the most consistently kick-ass Jamaican food in Baltimore. The kitchen will kindly tone down the jerk chicken for the timid, but we love Caribbean Kitchen's incendiary seasonings and always ask for more, more, more. Curry goat is marvelous--rich, intensely flavored meat sliding off the bone in a glorious golden spicy sauce. The flavored rice and peas plus the buttery cabbage-rich mixed vegetables that come with every combo help put out the fire, but it is even better to add a side order of soft, sweet fried plantains and a genuine D&G ginger beer.
Caribbean main and side dishes to sit in or take-out like curried goat, jerk chicken, plantains, and red beans and rice.
Host/cooks Queen Nzinga and Ras Doobie take care of you at their funky and tiny downtown Jamaican oasis, where good reggae heightens the good vibes. Subtly spiced jerk chicken is just scorching enough, and the veggie burger might be the best in town. Finish up with dreamy lemon-lime coconut pie. Calling ahead is al
Caribbean Sports Bar/Restaurant offering great food, Karaoke, Pool night, Professional Friday, Private Parties, Bake goods and Catering services.
Includes a lounge, restaurant, and multiple dance floors with plenty of special events and live Caribbean music almost every night.
This homey, welcoming carryout joint serves the familiar items—jerk chicken, curried vegetables, etc.—but the distinguished taste here is something special.
"Cafe Mocha is now braced for even greater success at a new location and slightly newer name you inspired - Kader's Café Mocha.
Stop by and savor a breakfast sandwich, great specialty coffees, one of our daily dinner specials and robust soups. We would like to introduce our new Signature Sandwiches ROAST BEEF & GOAT CHEESE, CROQUE MONSIEUR and from our Café Sandwiches ITALIAN COMBO.
We can't wait to see you at our new location at the historic Railway Express Building at 1501 St. Paul Street, directly across the street from Baltimore's Penn Station, the 7th busiest Amtrak Station in the northeast corridor. While the weather is still warm enjoy your meal outdoors with our outside seating.
Try something familiar – Try something different! See you soon. Bring your friends and colleagues. We're open from 7 am to 7pm"
This fun-loving eatery makes a go of being all things to all people. Get first-rate bar standards, or go to the tin-ceilinged dining room for Bubba Gump shrimp salad, filler-free crab cakes, and soy-glazed tuna. Sunday brunch is filled with Federal Hill tots, who probably prefer the dreamy ice cream to the crab and shrimp omelets. They'll learn. Nightly specials, and the Purple Patio.
"Finest Jamaican cuisine in downtown Baltimore!"
Steel Band providing soca, calypso and other various forms of music.
Dancehall, reggae, roots and hip-hop DJ mixing the latest in Jamaican and American music.
Tune into my show on BigupRadio.com to listen to the latest music, singles artist interviews and more. Every Wednesday at 3 and 9 p.m.
"Experienced radio/mixedshow, club and mobile DJ based in the metro area. Capable of delivering in every genre from Arabic to Zouk. Available for wedding receptions, club events/private parties, sound engineering, and more. Ready and able to travel (national and international)."
"D'Jsens aka Jaimelous....born in Kings County,Brooklyn, Nyc now currently residing in Howard County,Maryland by default after college. Now currently you can find D'Jsens spinning at local clubs and sportsbars, Such as Seacrets in Ocean City where he linked up with Majah Movements and established his name outside out the NYC circuit and now the sound that D'Jsens presents which was learned while growing in the Flatbush section of Brooklyn where where Jaime learned how to rock crowds from the age of 10 years old with sound like Earth Ruler,LP International and Ruffkut.When he first started spinning records in the early 90's with youths like Johnny Killa(Alliance Invasion) in elementary school,Then going on to be a apprentice on the sound Fashion Muzik Stuido where the role as a "box boy" was taken in order to learn what was needed to learn the politics behind the music(Yes there are politics).With years of experience in the music business following including being a former employee of GreenSleeves records, and working with artist such as Yellowman,Sizzla,Spragga Benz,Assasin,Red Sqr Crew,Dennis Brown(YES), Bushman,Barrington,Natasja,Notch,Red Rat,Nah Switch,Scotty P(Jah Works) to name a few and now currently working with Artist/Producer 77Klash(featured song on Madden 08"Brooklyn Anthem").D'Jsens has established his name over the years playing on sounds such as Vigilante,as well as forming the Juggling Sensations in the summer of 1998.In 2005 Jaimelous was recruited by Shortman Movements to be a major part of (Da Movmentz) as D'Jsens or D'Juggling Sensation with the trademark to "keeping the ladies dancing and the bad boys skanking" of playing all genres of music for all occasions and events as well as featuring new and exclusive music...Available for all parties local or abroad....."
"Steel Pan Drum Orchestra. Children from Baltimore City perform a growing repertoire of traditional, contemporary, gospel, jazz and modern arrangements. Under the direction of master pannist Dionne Kerr, the group is available for booking exclusively on weekends during the school year and daily during the summer. The orchestra is sponsored by the Baltimore Education and Cultural Institute Inc., a Baltimore based non-profit organization. All proceeds go to support ongoing BECI Inc. cultural and arts programs and are tax deductible."
ONE MAN STEREOPHONIC BAND
Serious Identity Crisis
South of the Border
"After a successful 10 years with the award-winning Washington, DC-based S.T.O.R.M. Reggae Band (Strong Talented Organized and Real Musicians), founder and lead singer/deejay Denton "Monsoon" Bedward has stepped out to launch his solo career. A native of Northern Clarendon in Jamaica, the veteran singer-songwriter's vocal ability has been compared to reggae veterans Capelton, Luciano and Tony Rebel. But where he really shines is on stage. After all, with a name like Monsoon, Bedward knows he has to come in like a strong wind, without mashin’ up the place too much. If you ask Monsoon, he'll tell you his passion to explode musically has always been in his DNA. Monsoon migrated to the United States, where he settled in the Washington, D.C. area. As CEO and Lead Singer/Deejay for S.T.O.R.M., one of DC's top area reggae bands, Monsoon earned acclaim for his CD release, "Eye Of The STORM," while he received numerous awards, including "Song of the Year" for "Asalaam-Alaikum", "DeeJay of the Year" as well as, "Recording of The Year". One track on the CD, "Holla Holla" was on the soundtrack for the movie, Nora's Hair Salon II in 2007, featuring Tatyana Ali and Stacy Dash. His talent has been discovered by a variety of producers and bands in the area. He recorded a track entitled, "Love and Unity" that garnered attention as far as Japan. Monsoon is currently recording songs with top producers in Jamaica and is promoting his reggae single, "Asalaam-Alaikum," which is being received emphatically in Jamaica, England and Canada. Monsoon, who performed at President Clinton's inauguration and has opened for international recording artists (including Shaggy, Buju Banton, Capelton, Beres Hammond, Steel Pulse and Third World) is poised and position for his solo career. “I’m anxious to see how far I can go. It would be nice to be recognized as one of Jamaica's finest reggae artists, but these things take time,” says Monsoon, who during the Summer of 2009, opened for reggae icons Yellow Man, Professor Nuts, Frankie Paul and Leroy Sibbles. After that performance, he got another moniker: a modern-day “Toots” (of the famed Toots and The Maytals). “I don’t even want to embrace that one,” he says. Toots is a legend, an icon. I just want to find my own place. Hopefully I will have a few people come along for the ride."
"Introducing SAM'O and the band JFC -- a true Caribbean party experience. Lead vocalist and entertainer Stephen Samuel a/k/a SAM'O is from the island of Trinidad. He throughout the Caribbean islands, on the cruise ships, and in many US venues. He performs now in US venues with his band, JFC. National recording artist, Earl Carter is on lead guitar, Bass Guitarist is the world famous JJ Johnson, David McDavitt, international performer, is on drums, and Toni Samuel is the expert Caribbean keyboard riddim strummer. SAM'O and JFC perform a variety of music, reggae, calypso, soca, and American tunes flavored island style."
501 N. Calvert St.
Baltimore, MD 21278
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