The bar that now stands in place of Federal Hill’s former No Way Jose Café wants to be the most down-home country club you’ve ever visited.
A decades-old Tex-Mex dining and drinking spot on Cross Street is changing its name and look.
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The punishment is in for Banditos: Two weeks without a liquor license, starting yesterday, to go with a costly fine.
An association of about 20 restaurants and bars in South Baltimore’s nightlife-heavy Federal Hill neighborhood is asking locals to stop giving money to panhandlers.
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.
An eight-level, 224-unit apartment building would rise along the west side of the 1100 block of Key Highway near Digital Harbor High School under plans presented yesterday to Baltimore’s Urban Design and Architecture Review Panel.