Shop & Eat

Bin 604 in Harbor East plans move, expansion

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A rendering of the new signage for Bin 604 at Liberty Harbor East. Courtesy of Harbor East Management Group.

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.

Hot Plate: Bacardi dinner at The Bygone, Boiler Room opens, DaMimmo closes and more

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Bourbon, whiskey and rum lovers have their pick of tasting events and cocktail dinners this week.

It’s cold outside but with local restaurant week promotions in full swing and a handful of fun events on the horizon, there are plenty of good reasons to bundle up and head out to eat in Baltimore this week. Here’s a look at what’s on tap:

Enjoy Winter Restaurant Week In Harbor East – Running through 1/19

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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.

Collectors Corner closing Mount Vernon location

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Photo by Ed Gunts.

After four years on N. Charles Street, comic book shop Collectors Corner plans to close the doors of its Mount Vernon store permanently at the end of February, one year after owners mulled shutting down the location but ultimately decided to keep it open.

The company says its two other locations, in Parkville and Bel Air, will remain open.

Hot Plate: Restaurant Week, changes at Cunningham’s & The Milton Inn, NiHao pop-up and more

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The vegan dish Rabbit Paradise is a highlight of Alma Cocina Latina’s Restaurant Week menu. Baltimore Restaurant Week starts Friday, Jan. 10. Photo by Irena Stein Photography.

It’s a new year, full of resolutions, promise — and opportunity to eat well in Baltimore. This year kicks off with lots of exciting news of openings, renovations, and expansions. Plus, it’s Restaurant Week season, which means it’s prime time to peruse menus.

Here’s a look at what’s happening in the Baltimore restaurant scene this week:

Start Your New Year with Good Food at Baltimore Restaurant Week – 1/10/20 – 1/19/20

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What better way to start off 2020 than with good company and great food during Baltimore Restaurant Week. Explore Baltimore’s food scene this January during Baltimore Restaurant Week, running January 10 – January 19. Try somewhere new, treat yourself to lunch, have a date night (or two).  

Enjoy two-course brunch and lunch menus, ranging from $15-20, and three-course dinner menus, ranging from $25-$45. Make your reservations early (there will be no formal extension this year). Share your Baltimore Restaurant Week experiences on social media with the hashtag #BaltCityRW2020Click here to learn more about participating restaurants, the menus offered or to make reservations.

Halcyon House Antiques to close, will re-open occasionally as pop-up shop

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Halcyon House Antiques will close its retail store this month but the owners plan to hold on to the historic Lutherville property to host events such as shopping pop-ups and art and trunk shows.

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