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2640 is a community events center managed by the Red Emma's Bookstore collective and located in St. John's Church
2nd Saturday Café, a rock, blues and jazz venue in downtown Columbia, opens its 9th season with local favorite Damon Foreman on October 11th. Doors open at 7 PM. This is a reservation-only venue that features a light dinner buffet, premium beer and wine and a family friendly, smoke free atmosphere at Oliver’s Carriage House. Reserve seats online at www.2ndSaturdayCafe.com.
Ticket sales are by advanced reservation only.
European style coffeehouse, wine bar, art gallery with live local music.
"Serving Mediterranean tapas, homemade soups and organic gourmet salads, authentic gyros, Angus burgers and Mediterranean-inspired entrees featuring fresh fish, seafood, steaks and chops alongside local Baltimore favorites. Whatever’s your craving, our menu has something to satisfy it. We pride ourselves with excellent food and exceptional service. 7 West is casual fine dining in a modern, elegant setting that is both intimate and relaxing. Our thoughtfully priced dishes allow the entire family to share a night out together. Featuring an unbeatable Happy Hour from 3-7 with ½ price tapas as well as late night dining and the After Hours Lounge."
The 9:30 Club in D.C. is a mid-sized venue that books big names in rock, punk, and soul along with radio favorites and radio hosted multi-band shows. Ticket prices stay in the low range around $15 but count on paying for parking.
Gastropub dedicated to varieties of burger--Roseda beef, turkey, veggie--with a wealth of interesting approaches and toppings.
Typical tavern fare including multiple chicken wing recipes, burgers, and sandwiches. DJs late Wednesdays through Saturdays, and a couple of television sets for sports viewing.
"Family owned & operated progressive Italian Bistro & Wine Bar specializing in classic Italian favorites as well as an eclectic mix of non-traditional entrees & small plates from a variety of culinary & cultural backgrounds. We offer a three course prix fixe menu nightly, available with hand chosen wines to compliment each course. We also feature a comfortable wine bar with an extensive wine list and a full bar featuring a specialty martini list."
You can get tater tots as an appetizer or alongside any of the well-crafted sandwiches in various states of loaded-ness. The menu ranges from bar food to standards to more ambitious entrees.
Gastropub housed in the lavish former bank across from the Hippodrome.
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.
There's been an upscale revamping and the pizzas have been gussied up. The immense burgers, though, are still here.
Habitually packed Irish-themed (and by Irish-themed, we mean Irish-themed--care has been taken) restaurant featuring, besides devoutly tended Guinness, Harp, and Bass, a menu of both heavy-duty American tavern fare (12-ounce burgers, venison au poivre) and such Old Sod favorites as bangers and mash, Irish stew, and shepherd's pie.
"The Annabel Lee Tavern is a neighborhood bar, a tribute to one of Baltimore's most famous residents, Edgar Allen Poe. At Annabel Lee Tavern you can enjoy food, micro brews, conversations with friends, a game of darts, or watch the Ravens or Orioles game by candle light."
Baltimore's only Pool Side Nite Spot. Saturday Nites gentle music and soothing candle light. Visit just once and you will feel like your worlds away from Baltimore.
Bar and restaurant with live bands playing blues, jazz/fusion, and rock music Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays.
Yes, it's the event that Baltimore's hardcore gamblers, horse racing fans and alcoholics all love. The second race in the Triple Crown is only about one minute's worth of excitement, but the entire day is chock full of sinful activities, from betting on the horses to the debauchery in the infield. Pitbull and Macklemore and Ryan Lewis will perform, which is cool, we guess?
Trish Harnetiaux's new play explores a 1993 Village Voice article called "A Rape in Cyberspace." This play directed by Eric Nightengale deals with online relationships formed on LambdaMOO, the first text-only social network.
The local electronic trio has got new jams from their third LP, Weird Work. Also playing: A top secret guest.
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