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The Central Library hosts an exhibit documenting the achievements of BUILD, featuring the leaders who made these changes possible.
An exhibit celebrating the 150th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation, the 50th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King's "I Have a Dream" speech, and the second inauguration of President Barack Obama.
Art exhibition of French artist Rodolpe Delaunay.
This traveling exhibition, celebrating the Marian House's 30th anniversary, profiles Marian House alumni and their journey from dependance to independance.
Rodolphe Delaunay is a French artist temporarily based in Baltimore. His art "explores the relationship between science and popular traditions. His sculpture, installations and movies are grounded primarily in readings of scientific history." Come to the opening reception on the 25th. The show continues until June 16
Current Gallery presents an exhibition of new work by photgrapher Kyle Tata. In addition to the exhibit, Current is also releasing a catalog of Tata's work.
This Corned Beef Row relic is a local institution, and with good reason. Elbow your way through the boisterous lunchtime crowds down to the end of the long, long, long deli counter and speak up loud and clear when it's your turn to order your corned beef on rye, hot pastrami, Reuben, or kosher dog, all as good as you'll find in town. You could step across to Attman's modest, ambiance-free “Kibbitz Room” and dine in, but once you've survived the line, you've already had the second-best experience Attman's offers. They usually wrap up the best to go.
Dramatic decore, an award-winning chef, and a homey, yet inventive menu emphasizing seasonal and sustainable.
Classic Cuban food--ropa vieja, pollo adobado--shares space with adventuresome Nuevo Latino dishes like grilled ahi tuna in a spicy orange-chile glaze on Babalu's brief but entertaining menu. It's a fun and energetic restaurant, featuring an enormous portrait of Ricky Ricardo smiling down on diners who perch atop conga-drum bar stools to sip the best mojitos in town.
A part of Baltimore International College for the Culinary Arts, the club focuses on catering events, informal luncheons and business meetings for its members and friends.
A small takeout cafe featuring homemade sweets, soups, and wraps.
Busy lunch counter in the middle of the Block, a favorite of video store and dance club employees.
There are many, many, many places to get a crab cake in Baltimore, but only one Faidley's. It's hardly the most glamorous place to dine on divinely lumpy, golden cakes, but it's certainly one of the most democratic--packed along Lexington Market's counters you'll be cheek by plastic fork with downtown suits, safety orange vest-wearing road-crew guys, and tourists in search of a real-deal local delicacy. Simple is best here: Splurge on the all-lump crab cake and take it unadorned, its craggy-surfaced homeliness bespeaking the large chunks of back fin inside. Break apart the generously sized patty with said plastic fork and breath the salty, buttery Old Bay scent of perfection. Pile onto a saltine cracker (optional) and enjoy.
Downtown diner used as a set for numerous Barry Levinson films, most notably "Diner."
A turn of the century Dining saloon featuring house smoked barbecue, fresh seafood, Jumbo Lump Crab Cakes, big salads and great burgers. A menu designed to please any group!
This upscale chain specializes in sushi and other Asian tastes, along with pizza and some other pubby faves.
Takeout stand in Lexington Market serving hotdogs to go with the spectator sport of watching market crawlers.
Cypriana Café proprietor Maria Kaimakis sells three sandwiches from a food cart at the corner of Redwood and Light streets. There's pit beef, grilled chicken, and pit lamb.
Comfy Vietnamese restaurant with BYOB policy. Cash only.
This children's museum bills itself as the "kid-powered museum" and has a variety of activities designed to let kids see how stuff works by doing it themselves. Exhibits include a three-story tree-house, a rope bridge, a television broadcast studio, adventure expeditions, a perception mystery house, a robot zoo and other permanent and special exhibitions.
Basement club that hosts 14 Karat Cabarets and Organic Soul Tuesdays
Upscale supermarket in Charles Plaza offers a salad bar, carryout meals and the usual, except with an eye to downtown residents and workers.
Deli stall inside Lexinton Market
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