Saturday at 2pm featuring beer tents, live music, corn hole, jenga, food specials, stein hoisting competitions, das boot contests and more!
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.
Caves Valley Partners (CVP), developer of Stadium Square, is currently planning a third apartment building with ground floor retail on the 100 block of W. Ostend St. in South Baltimore
Suspended Brewing Company spent the last year looking for a commercial space to brew its beers before calling Pigtown home. Suspended recently leased an approximately 3,000 sq. ft. space at 912 Washington Blvd. where it will convert a former church into a brewery and tap room.
SouthBMore.com sat down with Caitlin Reagan, co-chair of the Locust Point Festival, to learn more about this event and its tradition. The festival will be held this Saturday at Latrobe Park form 11am to 6pm.
Will Sterling recently took over ownership of Bluegrass Tavern and is now looking to add the feel of a “Saturday morning” to the popular South Baltimore restaurant. Sterling, who has owned Saturday Morning Café in Downtown for five years.