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Come along as Curious George inspires kids to explore math, science, and engineering through interactive play.
A small takeout cafe featuring homemade sweets, soups, and wraps.
Take-out barbeque stall in the Lexington Market
A group of 15 artists put this space together given to them by the Downtown Partnership.
Inner Harbor location of local chain Edo Sushi. Classic and inventive sushi, Japanese entrées and appetizers with modern, American twists.
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.
See Larry Flynt's Hustler Club.
Downtown diner used as a set for numerous Barry Levinson films, most notably "Diner."
You never have to wait at this Lexington Market stand where if it can be deep-fried it will be. It's almost like the four to 10 people working at Italian Stallion can read your mind as you approach, because by the time you've ordered, paid, and received changed, your grub--from subs to pizza, fries to onion rings--is being passed to you tidily wrapped up. Bonus round: Cold beer on tap to cool the oven-lip you get from biting into that piping-hot lunch.
Takeout stand in Lexington Market serving hotdogs to go with the spectator sport of watching market crawlers.
Lexington Market carry-out stall seves hefty sandwiches to the lunchtime crowd. Try the Thanksgiving sandwich. Forget the diet.
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.
While you won't have much trouble finding places to eat along Power Plant Live!'s restaurant row, Mondo Bondo's colorful front and casual inviting setup is sure to lure in the indecisive. The appeal doesn't stop at the door, either. Once inside, you are tempted to choose from a wide array of tasty treats such as the ever-messy (but still worth the napkins it requires) pastrami Reuben, a delicious, almost gourmet chicken cheese steak, and of course plenty of Italian-inspired meals perfect for anyone craving the stick-to-your-ribs variety of entrée. And the real kicker? They deliver.
The Morris A. Mechanic Theatre features great shows including their Broadway Series and both comedy and drama. The Mechanic also has the occasional music concert and children's show.
"The Oasis is a classy & discreet gentlemans club. Come see the Inner Harbor area's hottest dancers. You will receive top notch service and entertainment with an ambiance second to none. Come visit our girls, spend some time with them and get to know them personally. You will find them friendly & fun to be with. Let the Oasis be your sanctuary from the stresses of the world."
"2 large dancefloors and an outdoor patio area. Massive soundsystem and lighting. BYOB."
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.
An evening at Ruth's Chris is pure, luxurious indulgence: incredible steaks (seafood too), a 30,000-bottle wine cellar, and opulent atomosphere. Your only worry is waddling to the table and operating the utensils.
Basement club that hosts 14 Karat Cabarets and Organic Soul Tuesdays
Deli stall inside Lexinton Market
Baltimore City Paper, 501 N. Calvert Street, P.O. Box 1377, Baltimore, MD 21278
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