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DJs spin underground house, funk, soul, and moombahton.
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.
Visit the Walters Art Museum for their new event, Constellation Thursday Nights. Every Thursday night, visitors will be able to walk through the galleries, visit the special exhibitions for free and eat at the new Q at the Walters cafe.
Join for daily trivia at Club Hippo at 4 p.m.
Club Hippo hosts their weekly Hip Hop Night with DJ Rosie.
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 Audrey Herman Spotlighters Theatre puts on seven shows a season including two musicals, one children's show (usually over the holidays), and both well-known plays and ones by local playwrights. Many of the Spotlighters performances are based on contemporary plays.
Outpatient Clinic, 1st floor
"Turkish and Mediterranean restaurant open daily for lunch, dinner and late night fare. Offering the best fresh healthy options as well as vegan menus"
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.
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.
Nepalese restaurant Kumari does most of its work in the tandoor, or creamily kormaed, very Indian style. The crispy breads are a real treat.
Corner deli near Maryland General Hospital.
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.
Neo Viccino Bar & Grille is our newest addition to The Charles Street Restaurant Row. A metamorphosis from traditional restaurant to cosmopolitan, New American cuisine experience.
Take-out pizza joint with other Italian delights to-go.
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.
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.
Sascha's is sexy, with the kind of understated lighting and soaring 16-foot-high ceilings. The menu offers a variety of clever small plates-- bison sliders, mini fish tacos-- substantial entrees, and even larger salads.
Formerly the Stagecoach Saloon, Stage One plays host to an eclectic variety of music including jazz, blues, techno, piano, and rock.
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.
This museum has one large gallery and one small and exhibits contemporary works that emphasize the interaction between art and diverse communities. Artist residencies allow the public to see the artistic process behind the final artwork. The museum also hosts visual arts classes, lectures, symposia, festivals, workshops, performances, and reading groups. In addition to the works at their Mt. Vernon space, the museum, community residents and artists create public artworks for unusual locations.
"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!"
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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