If you’re hosting Thanksgiving dinner this year or you’re simply a guest, the last thing you need in a home is for the plumbing system to fail.
Inspired by Frankfurt Hall in Philadelphia and Biergarten Haus in Washington, DC, Das Bier Haus will be an authentic German-style restaurant and pub with gourmet German food and German and local craft beers, which patrons can opt to purchase by the stein.
This past Saturday the Hammerjacks Entertainment Group announced that the music venue and club will open at 1300 Russell St. across from M&T Bank Stadium.
Through extensive research Sagamore discovered that before World War II, Maryland produced more than 14 million gallons of rye whiskey annually and local brands attracted national acclaim. However, distilleries were repurposed as ethanol plants to support the war effort and cheaper Kentucky bourbons became commonplace.
Festive Flavors, Moonlight Madness, Tree Lighting, and Santa Coming to Federal Hill for the Holidays
The week begins with Festive Flavors, on Tuesday, Dec. 8th, 6-10 pm. This is our neighborhood’s night of progressive holiday fun; each ticket includes a tour of seven food and drink stops. Attendees can sign up as individuals or groups of up to 30.
Tomorrow, for the first time in 24 years, Penn State and Maryland will match up in Baltimore for a college football game and local Penn State fans are taking full advantage of the event. “It kind of feels like a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity,” said George Missett, president of the Baltimore chapter of the Penn State Alumni Association.
Magnum Construction owner Mark Smith, who also owns and renovates many of the retail properties on Pigtown Main Street, had been holding onto 767 Washington Blvd. until he found the right tenant, which he hoped would be a restaurant.
Ashkenazy Acquisition Corporation purchased the Harborplace at the Inner Harbor in 2013 and on Thursday it presented its first redevelopment plans for the two shopping pavilions, which opened in 1980, to the Urban Design & Architecture Review Panel (UDARP).
3 Bean Coffee opened in Federal Hill in a new 1100 sq. ft. coffee shop at 209 Key Hwy. 3 Bean Coffee is the creation of Ed Siu, a Federal Hill resident who relocated to Baltimore from Durham, North Carolina a few years ago.