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The co-founding director of the Nudashank Gallery presents exhibits of his paintings, titled 'Submersion Paintings' and 'Border Paintings.'
There's going to be a 'Silent Disco' at Ottobar, with DJS Arturo, James Nasty, and Craig Boarman. Drink specials until 10 p.m.
2640 is a community events center managed by the Red Emma's Bookstore collective and located in St. John's Church
Korean lunch joint popular with Hopkins students and Charles Village denizens.
"Nestled in the side of a building on 32nd street is the best coffee you will ever drink. Seriously, it's not just us that think so, they have won Best Coffee, Best Sandwiches, Best Fresh Yogurt… the list goes on, from all sorts of Baltimore papers. With a cool staff, bottomless cups of fresh brewed coffee, and outdoor tables great for studying or hanging out, Carma's Cafe might just be the best coffee house in the country. We may be biased, but you will be too after biting into any of their homemade sandwiches and goodies (many made by Carma herself!) Since space is at a premium in this popular shop, order in advance online, walk over, skip the line and pick up under the FetchFood sign. If only everything in life were this easy."
It's a college bar. No, it's a sports bar. No, it's a cop bar. No, it's a neighborhood bar. Different folks see CVP differently, but its pub-grub fare suits them all. Burgers and fries, chili in a bread bowl, an array of cheekily named club sandwiches, ribs, wings, nachos, hearty salads, and more fill out a menu that has changed over the years about as much as table salt. And that's a good thing.
A decade and a half ago, before the word “Starbucks” had ever crossed Baltimore's collective lips, the original Donna's in Mount Vernon introduced this town to lattes and machiattos and hazelnut sodas. Donna's also helped make roasted vegetables, bread dipped in olive oil, and mesclun greens into ubiquitous '90s restaurant staples 'round these parts. It can only be a good thing that Donna's has expanded over the years, bringing to various corners of Baltimore a healthy, culinarily savvy menu of interesting salads (like Granny Smith apples, walnuts, and Gorgonzola) and deluxe sandwiches (after all these years we still heart Donna's pan bagna). Not to mention quite possibly the best bread pudding anywhere in the universe.
With the some of the best Maryland crab soup anywhere, Gertrude's is the spot for Free State foodies, thanks to celebrity chef John Shields' artfully prepared seasonal menu, which is heavy on the seafood and easy on the eyes. The build-your-own entrées are popular here, as are the gorgeous crab cakes. Rivaling the food for tasteful flair is the outdoor patio, which overlooks the Baltimore Museum of Art's meandering sculpture garden. A perfect place to impress out-of-towners without breaking the bank; also ideal for a quiet lunch among the academic cognoscenti of adjacent Johns Hopkins University.
"Old-school Italian-American. reliable seafood preparations, like clams casino or zuppa di pesce, satisfy.
Purveyors of fine desserts and teas, and known for their gourmet dipped Granny Smith apples.
Pete's Grille has three drawbacks. It's small, so finding a seat at the counter--and there are only counter seats at Pete's--is nigh impossible during the lunch rush or any time on weekends. They only serve breakfast and lunch, and close early even for a breakfast-lunch-only joint. Otherwise, Pete's is a darn near flawless restaurant. Prices are terrifically cheap, and the food is homemade and excellent. Tenderly supervised long-cooked home fries reach Platonic perfection here, and the thick, thick, thick shakes are made with old-fashioned milk-shake mixers.
National family-style restaurant in the heart of Charles Village. Burgers, seafood, sandwiches, soups, salads and steaks.
The Ottobar rocks nightly with local and national bands ranging from hard-core, punk, and art rock to rockabilly, acoustic, and all ages shows. Nights without a booked band reach entertainment heights with special events, DJ dance parties, performance art, and karaoke.
The Village Learning Place is a nonprofit library, learning center, and community garden in Charles Village. We provide free cultural and educational programming for all ages, from talks and lectures to concerts and GED classes.
Baltimore City Paper, 501 N. Calvert Street, P.O. Box 1377, Baltimore, MD 21278
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