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Alizée has gone from fusion to high-concept comfort food. The menu changes seasonally, but look for bistro inspired fare-- roasted chicke, lamb confit, rabbit-- all done with clever sides like parsnip oatmeal.
"This Euro-style neighborhood cafe serves the business and court crowd by day, and is a full-blown restaurant at night. Featuring seafood, paninis, vegetarian and sweets. During the live music in the evenings, you can find the local college students and the nearby residents using the wifi, dining with a date on the deck, and of course french pressing their coffee."
Centro offers a variety of Spanish and South American tapas dishes. Extensive list of wine, sherry and port from Spain and South America.
As a cuisine, South Carolina low country cooking achieves perfect balance between delicacy and richness. In Baltimore, Charleston restaurant is the place to experience the magic of delicate ingredients in deluxe combinations, like heads-on shrimp with smoky tasso ham and buttery grits. The ever-evolving menu is a sophisticated but deeply pleasurable board of fare, always skillfully executed and flawlessly served. Every course is worth lingering over, savoring the intricate flavors of, say, Charleston's incomparable shellfish bisque while anticipating the upcoming plate of pan-seared duck breast in a Burgundy reduction sauce. And the new pri[vegetarian] fixe menu allows you to create your own three- to eight-course meal from a series of small plates, so you can pick whatever dishes look best to you without being a slave to the whole appetizer/entrée hierarchy.
The folks behind Little Italy's Aldo's offer something for everyone here in a stylish suburban setting: Mandarin duck rolls, entrèe salads, panini, shareable pizzas, deep-fried sea bass, and a terrific burger with lovely, lovely Gorgonzola. The fish of the day arrives either oven-roasted or Hong Kong style (whole and deep-fried).
From Tony Foreman and Cindy Wolf, Norther Italian fare with small smoky and cheesy things in the big, brassy wine bar (Enoteca) and bigger meatier things in the somber dining wings (Osteria). Fritto misto for everybody.
Split into halves--table service or order-at-the-counter--City Café serves all your coffee needs, as well as pastries and baked goods (including a fine pumpkin cookie in the fall). The menu ranges from fancy dinner items like cinnamon duck to lunch fare like the very good hamburger to hearty breakfasts, if you can manage to get up that early. Plus after a while they remember your coffee order when you walk in. And at 8 a.m. that's very important.
Crepes; the French word for paper thin pancakes, are versatile and healthy. They can be eaten by hand or as a full meal. Make them savory or sweet, Crêpes are basking in the international culinary spotlight. The light dough makes crêpes perfect to adapt the filling to anyone's taste, no matter their diet, their age, or their cultural preference.
City crepes is located in the heart of Baltimore, only a couple minutes away from the beautiful harbor. While in historic federal hill, you can take your crepe and coffees away or take a break in the French-style cafe.
A small takeout cafe featuring homemade sweets, soups, and wraps.
The Zodiac restaurant next door may have closed, but the kitchen has re-opened, and Club Charles is serving up pretty much the same menu.
"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."
Fat Eric's is here to solve your dilemma of it doesnt matter to me I dont care where do you want to go or whatever you want answers. You see, by checking our menu over the month, you can plan your dinners around us. If you are on a hot date of dinner and Netflix, having a special occasion, planning an event in your home, or enjoying an evening in front of your HD, simply order online, call ahead and come pick it up, or have us deliver to you. With 1 delicious dinner per night, you can now answer Fat Eric's.
This perennially pretty but historically capsizing street-level restaurant has apparently finally been made seaworthy by the current crew. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner in a fancy hotel atmosphere, with a casual menu. Call for weekly specials, and keep in mind when visiting nearby museums.
"Tuscan & Other Regional Italian Cooking
Serving Organic Pasta
Thursday Night Cabaret Featuring Entertainers from the Worlds of Theatre, Popular Song, Jazz, Classical Music and Opera
Located in the Heart of Little Italy
Germano's proudly serves its diverse community. We attribute our success to our loyal following of neighbors and travelers, who enjoy Germano's for casual dining, discrete business meetings and special occasions. Our dining rooms and the entire restaurant may be reserved for large events such as anniversaries and weddings.
We recognize that our patrons may have food allergies and provide accurate information about all of our menu selections. Our menu appeals to the vegan and vegetarian as well as the steak or seafood aficionado. Our pasta is made on the premises and is truly the best in Baltimore. From our impressive wine list, each day Germano personally selects 7 white and 14 red wines, which he offers at half-price."
"Southern. Inspired." is Langermann's motto, and it shows in many of the dishes, from the biscuits and jalapeno-spiked cornbread to appetizers such as fried green tomatoes and catfish fingers. Skip the crab cakes in favor of savory shrimp grits.
"The Set UP: Acoustic Guitar + Microphone.
Brief History: ashrf is a fusion of Middle Eastern & American cultures, merging Sudanese roots with his rock influence to craft an original and enjoyable sound. His music was labeled “Middle Eastern Alternative” by the Owings Mills Times.
He has performed since he was a young boy in Sudan, and began playing venues and events in the DC Tri-State area in 2003. He is always the one to call for original Songwriter Showcases, international festivals, and has been the featured artist at many musical events. Because of his simple set up, he is quick to begin on stage and easy on the ears.
His unique and captivating sound is always a crowd favorite. His many performances include the featured artist’s slot on the Fredrick County Public Access show called “Backstage Pass.” His cover of “Allergy” by ilyAIMY was played at a local college radio station in Tennessee. Poetic lyrics crafted into pentatonic scales provide the main ingredients for his music, and his falsetto is always the icing on his musical cake. All in all, he is an acoustic act not to be missed."
"Accomplished studio musician specializing in trumpet performance. With a resume reflecting influences of jazz, fusion, orchestral and military music styles, versatility is Altruist's strength. Performance is a personal forte, however, composing for commercials and utilizing midi based music is also an asset. Altruist is endeavoring to establish a new plateau for music performance and musician outlook and disposition.
A native of Maryland, specifically Harford County, most of Albert's technique was developed in the backdrop of quiet woods within a community called Harford's Landing. With windows raised as a "child of the horn", support from the community has always been "humbly" received.
Notable influences in Altruist's life include family,(Asher, Yezre'el, Neferah, and Yahnedibah. Innumerable school teachers, close friends, the musicianship of Wynton Marsalis, Chick Corea, Hank Levy, Professor of Jazz (Towson University), Jim Murdza, the "Old Lady down the hall, and of course, the "upper one".
Altruist has been commissioned to perform in various venues on the east coast, including commercial recordings & is immediately available for recording, instruction and gig-work."
"Music is the Doorway to Enhanced Spirituality. Let us allow ourselves to open this door many times".
"Quote from Altruist"
Folk/country/rock band featuring Ned Oldham, brother to Bonnie Prince Billy/Palace's Will. Currently inactive/defunct.
Bill is a unique and accessible soloist. His music grooves the body and delights the mind. His vehicle of expression is the 8-string touch guitar - an instrument that allows multiple part compositions. Essentially, Bill's left hand plays bass and his right hand guitar.
"Straight forward, gimmick-free rock 'n roll... Coulter and his gang are a rock force to be reckoned with."--Music Monthly, July 2004.
The ideal mix of American Roots and rockin' Power Pop...
With players from legendary Washington/Baltimore rock stalwarts like Tommy Keene's band and the Cravin' Dogs, Coulter's four-piece group slams out passionate, organic rock with crunchy guitars, thick vocals, and a pounding rhythm section.
Blue Line is a group of young musicians playing bluegrass and folk music. Their renditions of old standards by Bill Monroe, Flatt & Scruggs, and the Stanley Brothers, as well as newer material and exciting originals, have brought crowds of all ages to their concerts. They feature intricate instrumentals and tight vocal arrangements; every note is delivered with authority and style.
"There are quite a number of examples of bands and artists that have covered a Beatles album as a whole. Here’s a new addition to that category, being a classical guitar rendition of all the Sgt. Pepper songs, set in the same track listing as the original album. Instead of going for the easy way by picking the usual batch of guitar-friendly tunes, Croatia-born Krstic’s intention to try and re-interpret this classic Beatles album may be applauded with great enthusiasm. Although songs like Within You Without You or A Day In The Life are obvious choices to check on his talent and skills, his refined performances on all the tracks leave no doubt about that. He both ensures that all the original melodies remain quite well intact as well as takes in subtle melody snippets of his own, with versatile guitar playing - adding occasional Spanish flavours, an orchestral sound or a Third Man Theme-like sound in When I’m 64. Reportedly the first classical version of the Sgt. Pepper album – a hard act to follow?"
Beatles Unlimited Magazine, Issue 189, December 2006
Founded in 2007, The Brass Roots Quintet, is solely comprised of Peabody Conservatory undergraduate students. Coached by first trumpeter Joe Burgstaller of the Canadian Brass, the group is one of the most impressive ensembles in the Baltimore area. Known for its exceptional musical interpretation and unified sound, the Brass Roots has received praise from the world-renowned faculty of the Peabody Institute as well as audiences of both public and private Baltimore.
"Creative and soulful Pop-Rock oozing with lyrical honesty and matching melodies. Songs are an eclectic mix of Pop, Soul, Blues, Rock, Folk and R&B that combine to detail the ups, downs and in-betweens of life. Skilled and energetic live performers. Entertaining from start to finish."
"Buddy Ivory has been inspired by many great musical styles over the years. With original music encompassing the best in rock, country, funk, rhythm and blues, and all the good stuff in between. Featuring a solid ensemble of seasoned players, they provide the listener with that "get off your seat beat" with a dash of old school rock and rhythm and blues. Our new CD "Rough Cut" is now available.
Buddy Ivory’s music is an entertaining mix of a multi-genre format of down to earth rhythm and blues, rock, soul, country, and blues-rock, that will make you want to get up and dance. From the country rock sounds of “Alabama Fighting Men” to the rock tune Pretty Faces, and the funky “Wait For Me; The Buddy Ivory Band have put together a unique foot stomping sound that makes you want to get off your seat and dance.
They have released their new CD "Rough Cut" and is available online and in stores.
Visit them at www.buddyivory.com"
Duo consisting of Americana troubadour Caleb Stine and rapper/lyricist Saleem Heggins.
"Caleb Stine and the Brakemen, an Americana ensemble out of Baltimore, play music that is appropriately trainlike—steady and powerful. Stine, who is lanky and bearded, croons narratives—often without choruses—that wind seamlessly through cities and relationships." The New Yorker
Emotional music that harkens to Radiohead, American Music Club, with alt-country undertones.
"The members of Expensive Hobby have been playing professionally in the Maryland area for years. These guys know what they are doing and love doing it. With a setlist comprised of fresh originals and classic/progressive rock cover tunes, come out and hear music played the way most of today's bands WISH they could play!"
Robert Pollard, Fugazi, and Jeff Tweedy all had sex with each other, and named their three-headed son Chester Stacey.
"Four-piece Rock/Alt. Country band hailing from Baltimore, Md."
"In modern terms we're like a mix of Ween and Drive By Truckers. Longer in the ago we'd be like a mix of The Allman Brothers and the Velvet Underground. It really doesn't matter because it's all just turn of the millenium western world folk music...Our current CD, a 2 disc set entitled The War Between the States traces America's trail through the Civil War. Yes, a concept album about the 1860s!"
The Rotterdam Young Men’s Choir De Coolsingers currently consists of 15
men aged 16 to 31 years old. The choir was founded in October 1999 and since that time Arie Hoek has been the conductor of the choir. The name of the choir is derived from the main street in Rotterdam “De Coolsingel”, with a pun on the English pronunciation of the name. The repertory of De Coolsingers varies from Medieval to contemporary music
Gary Thomas-Tenor Sax
Best known for his stint on SNL, his expansive comedy career, and his unique voice, Gilbert Gottfried brings his stand-up show and personal brand of humor to Baltimore.
MICA will present two major showcases this month, including an in depth Painted Screen Exhibition, Painted Windows, the first of it's kind. Folklorist, Elaine Eff will discuss the influences of 17th century Victorian decoratives on Baltimore's unique art culture.
Curated by Caroline Marcantoni & Bonnie Jones, the Diamond Sorties Series explores difference and identity aspects in contemporary art. The event will kick off by an interview of the curators and move on with Liz Durette, a Baltimore-based rising EDM artist and conclude with Asimina Chremos who will perform Perfect power, a solo dance/lecture written by Marissa Perel.
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