Fells Point

Man charged with murder in shooting last month at Blarney Stone

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The outside of Blarney Stone Pub. Image via Google Street View.

Police have arrested and charged a 48-year-old man accused of fatally shooting someone after an argument last month at Fells Point’s Blarney Stone Pub.

Fells Point’s Peter’s Inn is back and as lovable as ever

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Photo by Brandon Weigel

A few years ago, I interviewed Karin Tiffany, the co-owner of Peter’s Inn, for a feature on restaurant personalities, and we got to talking about what’s important to her as a restaurateur.

She said she never takes her customers for granted, that she and her husband/business partner, Bud Tiffany, recognize that going out to eat is expensive and they take it seriously that people are willing to spend their money on their food, at their restaurant.

“Some things on my menu might cost what people make in an hour. That’s your hard-earned money. It’s a big responsibility.”

That stuck with me, and I thought of it again last year, just after Christmas, when the Fells Point restaurant caught fire. The damage was severe enough that Peter’s Inn, which had at that point been open for over 20 years, was forced to close for nine months to make all the necessary repairs.

Man fatally shot inside Fells Point bar after argument, police say

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The outside of Blarney Stone Pub. Image via Google Street View.

A man was killed late last night after an altercation at a Fells Point bar, police said this morning.

Featured Listing: 512 South Ann Street in Charming Fells Point

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Featured Listing: 512 South Ann Street, Baltimore, MD 21231

3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths

List Price: $412,000

Indian-Pakistani restaurant, women’s boutique coming to Fells Point

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Image via Google Street View

A restaurant specializing in Indian and Pakistani fare and a brick-and-mortar store for a local online boutique are due set to open soon in the ground floor of an apartment complex on S. Broadway in Fells Point.

Days after incident at Hippodrome, actors to perform pop-up play tonight speaking out against anti-Semitism

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Flyer for “Dogs of Art #1,” via Facebook/Guerrilla Theatre Front

As sorry as he says he is for yelling “Heil Hitler! Heil Trump!” last Wednesday during a performance of “Fiddler on the Roof,” Anthony Derlunas’ drunken shouting angered many around town, and put some of the Hippodrome’s theater-goers on edge for fear of another anti-Semitic outburst (or worse).

Today, a group of Baltimore actors announced they’ve banded together in solidarity against hate, forming the Guerrilla Theatre Front to put on theatrical performances “with no bounds” and without “the traditional footholds of theater spaces and companies”—which is to say, in impromptu pop-up fashion, and in unconventional places.

Tenants for revamped Broadway Market announced

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A sign shows a rendering of the redeveloped north pavilion of Broadway Market. Photo by Brandon Weigel.

Connie’s Chicken and Waffles, Taharka Brothers Ice Cream, Thai Street and a bar overseen by Dooby’s owner Phil Han are just some of the tenants coming to the food hall in the revamped north pavilion of Broadway Market, Mayor Catherine Pugh announced today.

L’Eau de Vie Organic Brasserie announces Nov. 3 grand opening

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L’Eau de Vie Organic Brasserie, the eatery in the former Inn at The Black Olive space focusing on a plant-based menu and craft drinks, will have its grand opening this Saturday, offering raffle prizes in addition to food and drink.

520 square feet of adorable: Newly renovated townhouse in Fells Point asks $185K

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Hot House: 515 S. Chapel Street, Baltimore, MD 21231

Federal style brick townhouse, circa 1920. 2 beds, 1.5 baths over 520 square feet, fenced back patio, no basement. Living room, kitchen with granite counters, glass tile backsplash, stainless steel appliances, breakfast area. Hardwood floors throughout, built-in speakers, double-pane casement windows. Upstairs two bedrooms, washer/dryer, private deck off master. Central AC: $184,900

Restaurant Review: In Fells Point, Duck Duck Goose makes fine dining fun, with a few caveats

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Can fine dining be fun?

Duck Duck Goose, a French brasserie that opened in Fells Point earlier this summer, makes a pretty good case that it’s possible. Though the menu is elegant and the kitchen, helmed by owner and executive chef Ashish Alfred, obviously takes food seriously, the Duck Duck Goose vibe is more festive than reverential–and that is a good thing.

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