To live in—and love—this city, is to love its skyline. We may not have the most recognizable one in the world, but like the old song says, “the prettiest place on Earth is Baltimore at night.” We agree, of course. That’s part of why we live here. Our densely-packed cityscape is full of unique architecture and buildings that hearken back to some of the golden moments of American history. And when their windows light up at night, it’s certainly something to behold. Our rich legacy as a place where immense amounts of goods were produced and shipped is written all over this town.
1200 Steuart Street, Locust Point
1 bedroom(s), 2 bathroom(s)
1,331 square feet
It’s not going to be another Salt, but the owners of the Fells Point restaurant that serves duck fat fries and roasted stuffed quail are about to close on 1157 Haubert Street in Locust Point.
The 1,680 square-foot converted rowhome currently serves as a bar called The House (which, according to their Facebook page, only got themselves up and running this summer), and Salt’s Jason Ambrose says the new place will be “some sort of bar that sells food.” But other than that, it’s anyone’s guess. Ambrose hopes to open by spring 2014.
What do you think, Locus Pointers?