With Opening Day of the MLB season less than a week away, Orioles fans have one less bar to visit on Pratt Street, but one new megabar to patronize in South Baltimore.
The renovation of Cross Street Market may be stalled, but South Baltimore is getting a new German beer garden and restaurant.
It looks like the renderings won’t turn into reality at the public market in Federal Hill. The developer who signed on to helm the overhaul of Cross Street Market pulled out of the deal on Wednesday.
Baltimore lost a large stand of trees near the Jones Falls Expressway in late 2016 when the Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. cleared land north of Cold Spring Lane to build an electric substation. Now, more trees have been cut down for a separate project off Charles Street just north of Cold Spring Lane.
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The Baltimore Santa Crawl will be celebrating another holiday season with a fun-filled bar celebration. Join thousands of festively dressed bar crawlers on Saturday, December 17th in Federal Hill as they jingle-bell rock from stop to stop on a jolly winter excursion. Friends will gather at over a dozen participating bars, joining in song and laughter as they showcase their holiday cheer and spirit.
This may not be a secret to many readers, but Baltimore has an impressive degree of holiday spirit when it comes to holiday decorating. In fact, Charm City is one of the most dazzling holiday light destinations in the country, according to a new ranking from real estate website Redfin.
Together with the Baltimore Police Department- Community Collaboration Division, 2 East Wells & 1901 South Charles Apartments will be collecting non-perishable food items with NOW- 11/19 at both apartment communities.