The Harbor East location of Gordon Biersch, a chain of brewpubs serving in-house craft brews and a menu of pub-grub staples, has closed, an employee confirmed to Baltimore Fishbowl.
Since the early 2000s, Bin 604 Wine Sellers and Whole Foods Markets have been neighbors in Harbor East, some of the first retail establishments to open in the neighborhood.
So now that Whole Foods is nearing the opening date for its new, bigger location in the Liberty Harbor East building just down the street, it’s only fitting Bin 604 is following the grocer over.
Shake off those winter blues and make a date (or two) in Harbor East for the Baltimore Winter Restaurant Week. Baltimore Restaurant Week runs January 10 – 19, featuring specially priced 2-course lunches and brunches ($15, $20) and 3-course dinners ($25, $35, $45) at participating restaurants. Reserve your table in Harbor East and take advantage of the most delicious week of winter.
Next Wednesday, December 11, head to Holiday East for Cookies & Cocktails – a tasty quest through Harbor East from 6pm – 9pm. Still looking for that perfect gift? Enjoy the sounds of the season, sweet treats and festive drinks while shopping the best of Baltimore. Participating neighborhood shops will each feature a unique bite-sized holiday confection. Reserve your Cookie Passport! The $10 pass includes one cookie at each participating shop, a signature ornament, and parking for the evening. 100% of tour sales will benefit The Family Tree. Plus enjoy photos with Santa Claus, music and cocktail bars along the way.
Kick off Light City in Harbor East at their Shine so Bright Bash on Friday, November 1 from 6pm – 9pm. This unforgettable bash will feature a live DJ, glow giveaways, street-side bars serving cocktails in GLOW CUPS (while supplies last), complimentary popcorn bar and more! Park at one of Harbor East’s garages for a flat fee of $9 all night. Take a walk on the Bright Side with Harbor East as we celebrate the 4th Annual Light City Festival.
With Donald Trump and GOP members of Congress in town for the House Republican Conference on Thursday, about 150 anti-Trump protesters gathered at the corner of President Street and Eastern Avenue to “welcome” the president.