With Mother’s Day this weekend, Preakness coming up next week and warmer days ahead, there’s a general feeling of Spring Fever excitement in the air around Baltimore, particularly in the city’s restaurants. Here’s a look at what the food world has in store for us this week:
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The City of Baltimore is seeking assistance from developers to rejuvenate two public properties: Lexington Market and the Avenue Market.
Owner Considers Mount Vernon Nightspot Sale, Former Sons of Italy Lodge Eyed for Demolition; Progress on Roland Park Water Tower and More
One year after the Hippo nightclub closed due to the owner’s retirement, the fate of another gay-friendly Mount Vernon nightspot is up in the air.
Baltimore officials have been exploring options to redevelop the city’s public markets. On Friday, they floated a plan to start over entirely at the largest market.
We’re firm believers in the old saying, “if it works, do it again.” And we’re really glad that the folks behind Light Up Lexington are followers of that code as well. November marked the first Light Up Lexington event, and it was such a blast that Bromo Tower Arts & Entertainment and Baltimore Public Markets Corp are teaming up yet again to bring it back. And not just once, but quarterly. If you missed the inaugural event, Light Up Lexington is an “after hours” event that celebrates and generates activity at Lexington Market through culinary experimentation, temporary and permanent art installations, dance and music. It’s basically as much fun as you can have at Lexington Market without carte blanche for all-you-can-eat crab cakes.