Unique loft townhouse with high ceilings and lots of natural light. Open layout on the main level. Freshly painted, new carpets, new granite counters.
Career opportunities include openings in engineering, food & beverage, guest services, housekeeping, culinary services and more.
Festive Flavors is a tasty food and drink tour of Federal Hill bars, restaurants and shops. Attendees visit 7 different local businesses throughout the evening to enjoy food, drink and fun!
CVP will spend the next six months working through the design review and community input process, as well as negotiating with existing and future tenants.
Changes are underway at Stalking Horse at 26 E. Cross St. in Federal Hill as it transitions to a new concept. Stalking Horse, which will be renamed Whiskey Hill, remains open as the ownership group transforms the first floor. Renovations to the space started six weeks ago.
Brewing began at Diamondback Brewing Company’s new 6,800 sq. ft. production facility and tap room at McHenry Row in Locust Point a few weeks ago and starting this weekend the public can now come by for a tour or tasting.
Chefs Nikki Marks and Brian Mathias are opening a 3,000 sq. ft. commercial kitchen called Share Kitchen on the first floor of the Banner Building in McHenry Row. Marks owns the MindGrub Café food truck, formerly Madame BBQ, and Mathias owns Bistro Lunch Box.
NoHo Hospitality Group is led by Chef Andrew Carmellini, Josh Pickard, and Luke Ostrom. Its resume includes a Michelin star, nominations from the James Beard Foundation, and two James Beard Foundation awards. Carmellini, a Food & Wine Magazine Best New Chef, is also the author of two cookbooks, Urban Italian and American Flavor.
Today 28 Walker Development, the developers of McHenry Row, announced a more than 28,000 sq. ft. space lease with Comcast Corporation at The Banner Building at 1215 E. Fort Ave
Four years ago, if you Googled “Port Covington” few results would appear. From its failed past, which SouthBMore.com covered in 2012, to today, a lot has changed at this area located on the southern point of the South Baltimore peninsula. It is now one of the most talked about topics in Baltimore.
A new restaurant is coming to the Baltimore Marketplace at Horseshoe Casino Baltimore as B’more Chicken & Donuts will opens its doors on September 28th. It will occupy the space vacated by Tark’s Grill.