It’s chilly outside, but Baltimore’s restaurant scene is hot with openings, Restaurant Week and intriguing collaborative events. Here’s a look at what’s happening around town:
Hot House: 509 Hawthorn Road, Baltimore, 21210
Victorian-style cedar shingle house, circa 1900, complete and recent renovation inside and out. Four to five bedrooms, three full and one half bath over 3,326 sq. ft. with a semi-finished basement. New asphalt shingle roof 2011, new mains water line, all new Marvin windows, exterior and interior paint. Open living dining room with built-in office. New kitchen with Silestone island and counters, main floor laundry room off kitchen. Large master suite with custom dressing room. All new bathrooms with glass showers, separate tub. Central air, whole house security system, generator. Fenced backyard with 2-car parking pad on .25 acre property: $899,000
It’s a busy week coming up in the Baltimore restaurant scene, with several exciting openings on the horizon and fun food events of all different types.
Here’s a look at what’s coming up:
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Happy New Year, Baltimore food lovers!
With the holidays behind us and 2018 a clean slate, local restaurants are getting back into regular routines and trying some new things. Here’s a look at what’s new and what’s coming up this week:
Imagine you have $599,000 to spend on a house and you can’t decide between living in Baltimore City or Baltimore County. These two houses are a snapshot of what the market looks like right now. Have a look, there are more photos online. Tell us what you think, and what your considerations would be. Only one can win …
Hot House #1: 314 Northfield Place, Baltimore 21210
French Provencal style home, circa 1929, in stucco with slate roof. Four bedrooms, three and a half baths over 3,015 sq. ft., in fair condition. Hardwood floors, fireplace, marble bath, master suite, basement bar. Landscaped .3 acre lot with detached two-car garage: $599,000
Hot Plate: Restaurants Celebrate New Year’s Eve, Lib’s Grill & Food Plenty Open, Suburban House Closes
With 2017 nearly over and 2018 on the horizon, local restaurants are ready to break out the bubbly. Here’s a look at what Baltimore’s food scene has in store for New Year’s Eve, New Year’s Day and the rest of the week to come:
Two days after Christmas, six years ago, my daughters and I traveled home to Vermont, to ring in the New Year with my parents. We settled into the cabin up the hill from their house and went down to say hello before bed. Dad was stretched out in a recliner in front of the fireplace. He’d been diagnosed with bone cancer about a year before, but he was doing well. He wasn’t in real pain, any more than the usual pains of a man who’d lived hard all his life, a man with lousy knees and stents in his heart, who’d tracked mountain lions in the Great West, split thousands of cords of wood, worked as a farmer and a firefighter, among other things, and had finally written, on a scrap of paper I found after he died, “My time is the only capital contribution I can make.”