Tag: liquor board

Spike Gjerde, Corey Polyoka to Sell Grand Cru Wine Bar to Former Employee

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Photo by Ed Gunts

Spike Gjerde and Corey Polyoka, the restaurateurs behind Foodshed, plan to sell Grand Cru wine bar and wine shop in Belvedere Square to a former employee.

Banditos’ Liquor License Suspended Two Weeks in Connection with May Triple Stabbing

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Image from August 2015, via Google Street View

The punishment is in for Banditos: Two weeks without a liquor license, starting yesterday, to go with a costly fine.

Banditos in Fed Hill Faces Liquor Board Charges, Penalties for Last Month’s Triple Stabbing

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Image from August 2015, via Google Street View

Federal Hill taco joint and bar Banditos could be fined or have its liquor license suspended or revoked as the result of a May 13 bar fight that left four people wounded, including the alleged assailant.

Hammerjacks Gets a Liquor License

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An artist’s rendering of the planned location for Hammerjacks, via Design Collective

The developers of Hammerjacks cleared a key hurdle yesterday when Baltimore’s liquor board voted 3 to 0 to approve an arena liquor license for their project at 1300-1320 Russell Street.

Banditos in Fed Hill Issues Statement on Weekend Triple Stabbing, Calling it ‘Senseless Violence’

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Image from August 2015, via Google Street View

Banditos’ co-owners, management and staff have issued a statement about a horrific triple-stabbing in their bar early Saturday morning.

Nepenthe Homebrew Moving from Woodberry to Hampden, Expanding to Serve Beer and Food

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The planned new location for Nepenthe Brewing Co. on Falls Road.

After experiencing two floods in four years, the owners of Nepenthe Homebrew are changing locations and expanding.

Gov. Hogan Proposes Anti-Corruption Reforms for Maryland

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Courtesy Gov. Larry Hogan’s Office

Weeks after a pair of high-profile bribery and illicit campaign finance cases involving state officials, Governor Hogan has proposed a handful of measures to fight political corruption and boost government transparency.

The Drinkery to Get New Owners; Developers Chosen for 10 E. Pratt Street; Life Drawing with a Twist at the Windup Space

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A Mount Vernon bar that was accused last year of turning the surrounding area into a “pirates’ cove” of illicit activity will get new owners this winter if Baltimore’s liquor board gives its approval.