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Red Maple hosts DJ Mic L and guests for a night bass thumps and an open bar for ladies from 10:30-11:00 pm. Cover starts at 10 pm for this Saturday event.
Eight works from painter Jacob Lawrence that describe a verse from the Book of Genesis in the Bible.
Pulitzer-prize winning playwright Paula Vogel's "A Civil War Christmas," set in 1864 on Christmas Eve, is a musical tale that imagines characters who have been covered up or erased by history.
An exhibit of decorative and ornate book bindings from the late 19th and early 20th century.
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.
A night for the bear group in the Saloon.
Stunning aerial feats, strongmen and mind-boggling contortionists inhabit the Meyerhoff for this holiday collaboration with the BSO.
Known for sculpting and metal castings of nature forms, Ruppert has added photography to his list of talents, concentrating on the influences nature has on the industry.
The BSO's Holiday Cirque will feature holiday favorites and a performance of Cirque Musica, a show featuring aerial stunts and other tricks.
Support the BSO's education programs and initiatives by taking fun holiday pictures with friends and family at the BSO's Holiday Photo Booth. Pre-purchase your photo for $8 or buy it for $10 day of.
Come celebrate the holidays with Gene Bertoncini's "Sounds of the Season," including English Christmas music from Greensleeves.
The Baltimore Eagle is an old school gay bar so get versed on the "hanky code" and enjoy the all men scene.
This gallery has been in Baltimore for over 30 years and exhibits modern and contemporary artwork.
"Turkish and Mediterranean restaurant open daily for lunch, dinner and late night fare. Offering the best fresh healthy options as well as vegan menus"
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.
The Drinkery is an old school neighborhood gay bar.
You can eat Ethiopian food alone, but all that dipping and sharing means it's much better with a group. Dukem's got the requisite wots, tibs, and plenty of veggie options, all served individually or in combinations, designed to be eaten by multiple people with just injera, the spongy bread that takes the place of forks and spoons. The quality of food means Dukem's small and comfortable dining room fills up quickly on weekends, and the unfailingly friendly staff is glad to help Ethiopian first-timers navigate the menu.
This perennially pretty but historically capsizing street-level restaurant has apparently finally been made seaworthy by the current crew. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner in a fancy hotel atmosphere, with a casual menu. Call for weekly specials, and keep in mind when visiting nearby museums.
Cool, calm, collective...the perfect spot for breakfast, lunch, or that late night latte.
"Mondays and Tuesdays 'TIAOKE' Karaoke contest 10:30 p.m.-1:30 a.m. in the pub.
Wednesdays BUZZER (Game show, 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month in club)
Friday Night Dance Party- The hottest weekend kickoff party, the entire venue is open, DJ Nic Sid. Baltimores #1 Happy Hour in the Pub 4-8 p.m. every day.
Saturdays ELEKTROSCHOCK, new-wave, synth pop, industrial music.
Sundays Wet Underwear Contest in the Club with Alexander St. John, 11 p.m."
Kyro Pizza offers a reliable menu of Middle Eastern favorites and pizzas with gourmet toppings (e.g. tandoori chicken). Anything that comes out of the wood-burning oven is worth eating.
Corner deli near Maryland General Hospital.
Take-out pizza joint with other Italian delights to-go.
Gourmet bag lunches, prepared by Sascha's, for delivery throughout the Baltimore area.
Bakery specializing in wedding cakes, specialty cakes, and bakery items such as cookies and pies.
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.
Thai food counter and takeout joint in Mt. Vernon offers a range of dishes in meat and vegetarian categories at very reasonable prices.
Every Wednesday for over 13 years there is 'Ballroom Dancing at the Belvedere'. Light Buffet, two 1/2 hour beginners dance lessons by Helmut Licht (learn 12 dances in 6 weeks). General dancing to live and recorded music. Helmut's Big Band plays on the first Wednesday of the month. $ 17.00 covers all. On Big Band nights admission is $ 25.00.
Historic Mansion used by members for private dining, social events, business meetings, and weddings.
There are many reasons why the Helmand is the go-to restaurant for first dates. The food at this Afghan restaurant is delicious, and it offers a selection that makes both vegetarians and die-hard meat eaters happy. The atmosphere is intimate and inviting, but the prices are low enough that if the date doesn't work out you won't feel burned. We would crawl through glass for the aushak, a rich, leek-filled ravioli, and the kaddo borawni, a delicious pumpkin dish that works as an appetizer or dessert.
Arguably Baltimore's first great restaurant, Tio Pepe invites heated debate among the citizenry, some of whom think it's slipped, most of whom find things just as they were when the restaurant opened in 1968. The candlelit whitewashed grottolike interior still stimulates romantic feelings, and the brightly dressed waiters still ruthlessly run the show. Prepare to spend a long, leisurely meal, and clear up some room on your credit card allowance. Tio Pepe is really expensive, best left for special occasions (or try it for lunch sometime). Always start with the shrimp in garlic sauce, follow with the fillet of sole with bananas, and try to persuade your dining companion to splurge on the suckling pig or, failing that, the slow-cooked paella. Jackets are required.
"Introducing Seton Hill and Mt. Vernon's newest wine bar and lounge with an Eclectic menu featuring a Mediterranean, cuisine. We specialize in an array of flavorful foods including lambchops, dolmades, calamari, stone-grilled shrimp, olive-feta hummus dip. Waterstone also boasts 30 different flavors of wine and 30 different flavors of beer. Friday nights feature live entertainment after 8 pm."
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