Horseshoe Baltimore will be hosting a table games hiring event on Monday, April 21, and Tuesday, April 22 at M&T Bans Stadium.
Danny Meyer’s Union Square Hospitality Group (USHG) is proud to announce it will bring Shake Shack to Baltimore, Maryland. The restaurant is slated to open in early 2015 and will be prominently located in the city’s picturesque Inner Harbor at 400 East Pratt Street across from the iconic National Aquarium
After reviewing the board’s decision, David C. Tanner, executive director of the BMZA, issued the zoning board’s decision last Friday. The decision supported the denial of variances on the parking requirement and open air courtyard for outdoor table service, but determined that the rear yard variance was not required.
In my travels to different cities around the country, whether on a Ravens or Orioles road trip or just taking an urban vacation, I always like to see what other cities are doing well and what I’d like to have in Baltimore.
An application for a bar/restaurant named Snug and Evil was approved on Thursday, March 13th by the Board of Liquor License Commissioners for Baltimore City (BLLC). Snug and Evil will open at 1401 Decatur St. in Locust Point at the former home of Banners, which opened in 2009 but has been closed for multiple years.
Here’s a round-up of the most-read SouthBMore.com articles from February including Crossbar news, business updates, a snowboarding session, and Port Covington news.
For those looking to eat meat-free for religious purposes this time of year, or for those who practice a vegetarian lifestyle year-round, here is a compilation of meat-free recommendations from SouthBMore.com’s ‘Great Plates of Late Around South Baltimore’ feature.
JR’s Bar & Grill at 1229 Hull St. in Locust Point has recently undergone some fairly extensive changes. Interior renovations include a new downstairs dining room, an updated kitchen, and a soon-to-open upstairs game room with a pool table and other games.
FULL TILT BREWING (FTB), Baltimore’s newest craft beer producer, is excited to announce their newest addition, “CAMDEN CREAM.” Their initial release to the ever growing craft beer market will take place on Saturday, March 8th at Dempsey’s Brew Pub and Restaurant in the Camden Yards warehouse located at 333 W. Camden St, Baltimore, Maryland 21201.
The Ryleigh’s restaurant group’s plans for Crossbar were approved on Thursday, February 20th by the Board of Liquor License Commissioners for Baltimore City (BLLC) thus expanding the liquor license from 12-14 E. Cross St. to 12-18 E. Cross St. However, the drawings for the plan, which included several zoning variances, were denied at the Baltimore City Municipal Zoning and Appeals Board (BMZA) yesterday, February 25th. The plan was approved by a 3-2 vote, but a 4-1 decision of approval is needed for projects to move forward.
After ten months of discussions, two proposals, hundreds of hours of negotiations, two liquor board hearings totaling more than eight hours, and three attempts to challenge the validity of the liquor license, the plan for Crossbar der Biergarten has been approved by the BLLC.
Ropewalk Tavern, which has been a part of the Federal Hill bar and restaurant scene for eighteen and a half years, is excited about some upcoming changes. Riding the success of Ropewalk Fenwick at the Delaware shore, owner Marc McFaul is looking to bring some of the concepts that made the Fenwick restaurant so popular.
Crossbar Der Biergarten, an authentic German biergarten proposed by the Ryleigh’s restaurant group for 12-18 E. Cross St. in the former home of Turner’s/Billabong (12-14 E. Cross St.) and Lanasa Produce in Federal Hill, has gained some key support during this latest round of the approval process.
Chesapeake Craft Brewers, the group that was once eyeing a move to the Pabst Castle at 1834 S. Charles St. for a production brewery and brewpub, is still searching for a home. Led by South Baltimore residents Spike Owen and Mike McDonald, Chesapeake Craft Brewers began looking for a new space.