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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.
Enjoy singing to your favorite showtunes and musicals every Tuesday in the karaoke bar.
World Tavern Poker, America's #1 Bar Poker League, has teamed up with Midtown BBQ & Brew to host live Texas Hold 'Em games on Tuesday nights. First game at 7 pm, second game at 9:30 pm. Each week, players will compete for points (no actual gambling) towards Local, Regional and National Rankings. Each game is free and after just one win, you qualify for the semi-finals of the National Championship that takes place biannually in Atlantic City and Las Vegas (where you get the chance to compete for thousands in cash and 1 of 40 seats to play in the World Series of Poker)! No experience necessary. Food and drink specials.
Join for daily trivia at Club Hippo at 4 p.m.
Sing to Broadway and Hollywood musicals every Tuesday night in the Karaoke Bar, with videos c/o VJ Brian Mongeon.
"Check out this hidden gem in the heart of downtown at 317 N Charles Street. It is a used bookstore/cafe with sandwiches and coffee. If you have the time, enjoy your food in one of the many nooks scattered throughout the store. If not, order online for speedy pickup!"
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.
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.
For extra spice in your Ethiopian fare, ask the chef to boost the heat in his flavorful lentil dishes and meat stews. Veggie dishes can be bland, but gomen--collards, onions, and garlic--is divine. Top off with cardamom-accented tea. Lunch buffet daily and $6.95 all-you-can-eat seafood on Friday nights.
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."
Nepalese restaurant Kumari does most of its work in the tandoor, or creamily kormaed, very Indian style. The crispy breads are a real treat.
Heralded for Monday's $8 burger night (fries and any 16 oz. draft come with that, too), along with other come-hither weekly specials, this friendly downtown pub serves up more sophisticated fare--crab cakes, grilled salmon, London broil--along with the requisite offerings of classic Irish pub grub. The best of these are the Guinness-battered fish and chips and the ploughman's platter of Irish bangers, brie, baguette, Granny Smith apples, and crumbled blue cheese. The thick-bread, grilled cheese sandwich is hard to beat, but the live music can be distracting.
An Indian restaurant with a beautiful dark wood bar, a copious lunch buffet, and a legendary Sunday brunch, Mughal Garden, in the heart of Mount Vernon, more than holds its own. Service is attentive, the tandoori chicken is juicy, and the curry, yogurt, and flatbreads make the mouth water.
Take-out pizza joint with other Italian delights to-go.
"Located in historic Baltimore's cultural center, Read Street Books offers a welcoming space for creative inspiration and expression. Showcased every weekend through winter months---live riginal music!! We have space available for meetings, workshops, classes, and live musical events."
Southern Italian dining with just enough upmarket panache. Pasta dishes are served in big portions, with fresh herbs and smart sauces. Garlicky broccoli rabe, pasta e fagiole soup, and a classically creamy house sald raise the pleasure index.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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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