The Nickel Taphouse, the Mt. Washington eatery specializing in burgers, beers and other American fare, has closed, owner Robbin Haas posted in a note on the restaurant’s Facebook page.
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Mount Washington’s 37-year-old ceramic arts nonprofit is back from the dead.
When Pikesville native Jayne Havens returned to the Baltimore area, after living in Washington, D.C. for a number of years, she was hoping to expand her social circle. A young mother of two children, Sid, 4, and Ivy, eight weeks old, she wanted to connect with other young Jewish families in and around Lutherville.
Baltimore Clayworks is calling it quits.
Nonprofit Itineris Pulls Out of $3.7 Million Deal to Buy Baltimore Clayworks’ Buildings in Mount Washington
The controversial sale of Baltimore Clayworks’ two Mount Washington properties appears to be off.