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Now in its 30th year, the group show features works with the theme of food.
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.
Come watch a musical sampling of your favorite video game classics, the professional way.
Different art activities allow kids to learn about the deep blue sea.
Enjoy vocalist Marisa Muro accompanied by pianist Tommy Joy on saturday night
The music of your favorite video games is brought to life by the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra. Featuring the songs from the God of War, Silent Hill, Metroid, and more. There will be a Guitar Hero and costume competition before the show.
Cool, calm, collective...the perfect spot for breakfast, lunch, or that late night latte.
Joss is just the kind of mod, hip sushi bar Baltimore has been lacking. Fish is fresher than fresh, and the selection goes beyond spicy tuna or California roll. If the wasabi shumai are any indication, cooked food here is no afterthought.
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.
Latest outpost of the Mari Luna restaurants, Mari Luna Bistro serves upscale Mexican and Latin dishes in a casual restaurant across from the Meyerhoff.
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.
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.
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
"A local pizza shop in Mt. Vernon! Our Pizza Specialties, Calzones, and Overstuffed Subs are made with 100% real cheese and only the finest toppings. Order Takeout or Delivery through our website!"
The dark, brick-lined bar, intimate dining room, and long-apron waitstaff suggest sophistication at this Mount Vernon nightspot, but the only thing haute about the Owl Bar is its mega-high ceilings. This menu of spruced-up bar food neither impresses nor disappoints--the tasty, golden crab cakes deliver, but with their steepish price what you're paying for is the ambiance--and its best options aren't that unique: You can trust the calamari. Both its brick-oven pizza and raw bar stay open late, and though the pseudo-fancy pizzas are solid pub grub, perfectly sized for two people approaching a drinking night's end. Do beware the urge to tackle oysters Belvedere--on the half shell with crab imperial--on a full belly of beer.
Nestled in a clubby basement decorated with elaborate iron sculptures and rotating art exhibits, Red Emma's features a limited but filling menu, with items like veggies and sprouts on a bagel with soy cream cheese. Munchies abound--homemade brownies, cookies, scones, biscotti, for dipping in the elaborate, expertly crafted coffee drinks. And the fair-trade coffee seems to cost less here than unfairly traded coffee at other bookstores. Rare propaganda pamphlets spill from the shelves lined with books on Situationist philosophy, computers are available as well as wireless internet, and speeches, concerts, movies, and news you may not have heard.
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.
Formerly the Stagecoach Saloon, Stage One plays host to an eclectic variety of music including jazz, blues, techno, piano, and rock.
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.
Baltimore City Paper, 501 N. Calvert Street, P.O. Box 1377, Baltimore, MD 21278
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