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The collection of Sesame Street illustrations explores the history of favorite characters such as Cookie Monster, Elmo, Big Bird, Grover, Oscar, Bert, and Ernie.
Come along as Curious George inspires kids to explore math, science, and engineering through interactive play.
To be honest we are not quite sure how Burke's has remained in operation since 1934. The food is hard-core old school--meat and potatoes with gravy and fried seafood baskets--while the quality is simply OK. But we like that Burke's lost-in-time menu shows Baltimore's German roots; it's one of the last places in town you can still find sour beef or calves liver, plus what's not to love about a place where potato pancakes are offered as a vegetable. It's also a reasonably priced and locally owned eatery amid the downtown sea of corporate chain restaurants, and serves a full menu until 2 a.m. OK, now we get it.
Take-out barbeque stall in the Lexington Market
The Main branch of the Enoch Pratt free libraries is a great library right in downtown Baltimore, it also happens to be the State Library Resource Center. Many special events are scheduled every month from film to author readings and their web site is an excellent way to keep up to date.
This Brazilian-style steakhouse offers 15 kinds of fire-roasted meat carved right at your table. It's all you can eat brought to you until you either burst or cry uncle.
"At Fresh Farms Café our food is made from scratch every day using fresh dairy, meat, produce and bread products purchased locally and served to you in an environmentally conscious manner. We not only care about the quality of the foods we serve, we care about the impact to our planet by serving them."
Located on the waterfront with romantic surroundings.
Downtown diner used as a set for numerous Barry Levinson films, most notably "Diner."
Casual fare affordably priced is Maisy's raison-d'etre. All entees, except the crab cakes, are under $20, including generously-sized pizzas from the restaurant's wood-burning oven.
Food cart serving Halal.
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.
Happy hour type place until the punk rock starts practically every night.
This small eatery decorated in a soothing celadon undersea motif serves straight-up versions of noodle dishes from Korea, Japan, Vietnam, and beyond--no fusion faux pho here, just the real thing done very well. The newer downtown location, in the Munsey Building, is dramatic and Zenic--the thought of having the spicy tuna tartare in halved avocado is incentive for showing up for work.
Deli stall inside Lexinton Market
Winer Celler Jazz and Supper Club is a authentic jazz room featuring a great dinning experience mixed with the cool casual setting of a live jazz venue. Wine Celler Jazz features a full dinner menu, full service bar, and lounge, live jazz, and a great diverse atmosphere for people to mix and mingle. open from 5pm-2am. cover charge 15-25.00 depending on the artist. If ever Baltimore wanted it own Blues Alley now you have it.
Baltimore City Paper, 501 N. Calvert Street, P.O. Box 1377, Baltimore, MD 21278
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