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Center Stage performs the Tony Award-winning musical about Wolfgan Amadeus Mozart and his rival in 18th century Vienna, Antonio Salieri.
The five piece band will perform original works and arrangements of familiar songs done with a unique twist.
Drag show featuring Iyana Deschanel, Lil Kim Jong Il, ang Gina Tonique.
Join for daily trivia at Club Hippo at 4 p.m.
Club Hippo hosts their weekly Spotlight Drag Show.
The Baltimore Eagle is an old school gay bar so get versed on the "hanky code" and enjoy the all men scene.
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.
Sandwich shop on the fringe of the Mount Vernon workaday crowd's radar that serves great fresh turkey sandwiches.
No delivery, no pizza by the slice, no Sinatra, no red-checkered tablecloths. And that's OK. Iggies serves as-authentic-as-it-gets Neapolitan-style pizza--superthin crust, chunky sauce--with really good ingredients--toppings include duck confit, sopressata, and arugula--in pleasant surroundings. Simple is best here; try the Alice (pesto, tomato, garlic, spinach, goat cheese, and Parmesan) or the Margherita (tomato, basil, and mozzarella). But whatever you get, we guarantee you'll keep coming back for the great crust. Bonus points for the communal table. BYOB.
The Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall is the official performance home of Baltimore Symphony Orchestra and books some interesting nationally known acts, family shows, vocalists, dance companies, and classical performers.
"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.
Of all the sushi bars in Baltimore, Minato is one of the best places to actually sit at the bar itself--all the better to watch Minato's extremely professional sushi chefs at work. If you sit a while and seem truly interested in their work, the free samples will begin to come your way--tidbits of the evening's freshest, most excellent fish, or exotic tastes of giant surf clam and smoked eel. Otherwise, if seated at the tables, Minato seems like many other local sushi joints, though we appreciate the generously sized maki rolls and combo boxes.
The newly rebuilt and redecorated Never on Sunday is the same old favorite we remember from years ago. Wait, no, that's not quite true; it's an improvement. Selling the same tasty cheese steaks, pizzas, and Greek dishes to die for (and until 3 a.m. on Thursday through Saturday), Never on Sunday has cleaned up its act. Imagine eating fast food in a warm, inviting, and clean atmosphere. Too good to be true, right? OK, but take a hint from the name of the place and go on a Saturday.
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.
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.
One of the hidden treasures of Baltimore, this Seton Hill Italian-goods store is both deli and grocery. The deli menu includes a delicious prosciutto, mozzarella, and pesto sandwich, as well as a handful of other equally satisfying house sandwiches. In addition to the deli, they sell an assortment of Italian groceries at affordable prices so you can re-create the Trinacria experience in your own home. Watch out for those cookies displayed behind the counter; you won't be able to stop at a dozen.
Located in Baltimore's scenic Mt. Vernon neighborhood, this internationally renowned museum includes artwork from the 3rd millennium B.C.E. to works from the early 20th century. Its earlier art collection includes ivories, jewelry, enamels, and bronzes in America, a spectacular group of medieval and Renaissance illuminated manuscripts as well as Egyptian, Greek and Roman, Byzantine, Ethiopian, and western medieval art. Its more recent works include French paintings that represent every major art trend in the 19th century. The museum also holds special exhibitions of work from all eras and areas of the world.
"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."
A Baltimore staple that survived a remodel with its soul and its old-school menu more or less intact. Breakfast and lunch and (only slightly dinged) atmosphere served here. The chicken salad with tomato aspic--just like your grandmother used to eat--is the signature dish. And be sure to mind your manners.
The menu focuses more on reliable Chinese staples. Fried taro dumplings and beef tripe with ginger and scallions are standouts among the very reasonably priced dim sum.
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