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Solo exhibition featuring Markus Baldegger's paintings, rich in texture and rubbed with deposits of sediment evoking inner motion and inner rhythm.
The five piece band will perform original works and arrangements of familiar songs done with a unique twist.
Sing your favorite songs in the Video Bar.
Join for daily trivia at Club Hippo at 4 p.m.
Everything about Aloha Sushi is just right. The quiet dining room is dressed simply, service is friendly and prompt, and the food is pleasantly affordable.
The Baltimore Eagle is an old school gay bar so get versed on the "hanky code" and enjoy the all men scene.
A work-in-progress worth watching. The kitchen here can soar: A pistachio-encrusted rack of lamb is stellar, as is a poblano-encrusted chicken breast. If you had a magic wand, though, you'd do something about the general ambiance, which was a bit stiff when we last visited. The cool-cat downstairs bar has caught on and may buoy up the dining potential.
The Centerstage is one of Baltimore's few professional theaters and puts on shows ranging from Broadway musicals to cutting edge American plays.
It's your typical neighborhood bar--a bit dim, though spacious. But if you're down with the ambiance, you'll be pleasantly surprised by the pub grub that fills out the menu here: burgers, fish and chips, and hot and cold deli sandwiches. Dougherty's has a decent beer selection, too, so you can wash down the fried finger foods you will consume during your visit.
Good friendly atmosphere, outstanding over stuffed deli sandwiches and hot foods for both lunch and dinner. Excellent selection of cheeses and freshly baked breads baked on site daily. Featuring a salad & soup bar, and a new coffee/tea station offering a selection of gourmet coffee and tea. Also serving wine, liquor, and beer.
Located in the snug dining room of 4 East Madison Inn, Feast offers homey, sustainably sourced comfort food with a gourmet twist and sweet service. Desserts prompt a "just like Mom used to make" thumbs up.
"We have the best pizza in Baltimore - if you try it you'll be back! Also try our premium Chicken Caesar Salad, one of the most popular items on our menu."
City Paper says: If two people occupy the lone stools in this Mount Vernon carry-out the place feels hot-spot packed, but it's still worth waiting out the rush to order a pizza, calzone, or one of its many subs. It's not so much that Michaelangelo's fare is head and shoulders above others of its ilk--it knows its way around a veggie sub, but that's also hard to muck up. But the food bang for the buck here is pretty sweet. An eight-inch veggie sub is only going to set you back $4.99. And, ladies, Michaelangelo's eight inches actually looks like eight inches.
This Mount Vernon delicatessen, store and cafe offers locally-sourced, organic, and/or gourmet items, and makes paninis, sandwiches, empanadas, and soups.
This takeout spot next door to the on-again, off-again Night of the Cookers serves up hefty, southern-soul staples with a mix of Jamaican dishes
The bar/nightclub's ever-changing menu of adventurous finger food doesn't settle on one cuisine and nothing is entree-sized, but it's easy to split a variety of small plates among friends.
Gourmet bag lunches, prepared by Sascha's, for delivery throughout the Baltimore area.
Sotto Sopra features light, contemporary Italian cuisine served by a friendly, attentive staff in a cavernous and artfully lit room--or on one of three small tables on the sidewalk outside. The salads are fresh and gently seasoned, leaning more on arugula and spinach than on lettuce, more on goat cheese than on Romano, and more on sun-dried tomatoes than on beefsteak ones. The pizzas are similarly fashioned of roasted vegetables and cubes of lean sausage rather than more traditional fare. Dinner is roulades of branzini or portobello ravioli instead of linguine with clam sauce or scampi. And the pastas are made on site.
Spicy or mild, meaty or meatless, there are plenty of choices. Don't neglect appetizers such as rice cakes with minced shrimp and chicken in peanut-coconut-cream sauce, or crispy fried catfish meat with onions, peanut, and ginger. There are nicer dining rooms you'd rather spend time in, though.
We all know the beers, sometimes to our public embarrassment. But the food at Brewer's may be the real prize, a mix of seriously gussied-up pub grub (those rosemary garlic fries) and dinners that make you feel all slick just saying the names. (Ballantine of Poussin rolls off the tongue.) The ingredients are fresh, the cuts of meat are carefully handled, the presentations are creative, and the end results are rich. After years of diner counters and pizza joints, the warm, grown-up dining room is like trading sleeping on the couch for 400-thread-count sheets.
"THE LAND of KUSH wants you to experience good food and a healthy way of living. We inspire you to feed your spirit and celebrate a new way of life with healthier food. We promote our "ultimate" vegetarian cuisine, which is derived from cultures all over the world, to a diversified vegan, vegetarian, and health conscious market. Try our featured entrees: soy rib tips, simmered in a homemade barbecue sauce and soy curry chicken with a mild spicy flavor. Collard greens seasoned with smoke tofu and candied yams sweetened with agave (an awesome side choice for diabetics). We also have a vegan brownie that is to die for!"
Four stories high and made of lots of metal and neon, XS is an odd-duck mixture of all-day breakfast, sandwiches, and sushi, plus a third-floor bar for those times when you need a California roll with a side of bacon and a gin and tonic. On the first floor there's coffee and carry-out items like bagels and muffins. Breakfasts include your standard pancakes and waffles, plus more exotic items like an omelet with smoked salmon and capers. The first floor also houses the full-service sushi bar, with the usual assortment of rolls, sushi, and sashmi, as well as dumplings, edamame, noodle bowls, and more.
Baltimore City Paper, 501 N. Calvert Street, P.O. Box 1377, Baltimore, MD 21278
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