The revamped Shops at Kenilworth complex in Towson will soon be adding a taco spot.
This week, unsurprisingly, starts off with a bang, then gets a little quieter. Even if you haven’t made New Year’s Eve plans just yet, there’s still time–and local restaurants have you covered.
Here’s a look at what’s happening for New Year’s and for the rest the week here in Baltimore:
Happy holidays, Baltimore! In between the wrapping and unwrapping, don’t forget to take time to dine. Local restaurants have you covered this week, with special holiday meals and post-Christmas celebrations. Here’s a look at what’s coming up:
Hot Plate: Refugee and Immigrant Arts Feast, champagne menu at Petit Louis, Filipino Festivus, pop-up night market at Ekiben and more
The monument is lit, the city is sparkling and it’s a wonderful time of year to be in Baltimore. This week offers some terrific opportunities to head out to dinner to celebrate the holidays. Here’s a look at what local restaurants have planned:
An Ellicott City man with a history running liquor stores has purchased the recently shuttered 71-year-old Mueller’s Delicatessen on Harford Road—and he’s planning to keep the deli in place, according to a neighborhood group leader who met with him this week.
Hot Plate: Gingerbread decorating at Roy’s and Das Bierhalle, Cookies & Cocktails in Harbor East, new restaurants and more
Holiday events are in full swing and that means plenty to eat and drink around Baltimore. This week brings lots of fun, including gingerbread and cookies for the kids… and wine and cocktails for the grown-ups. Here’s a look at what’s coming up:
The Village of Cross Keys is losing a mainstay, with the owners of Donna’s announcing today they’ll be shutting down their last remaining location after this weekend.
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.
Mobtown Fermentation is coming back home.
Well, not quite the same home. The company, which now produces hundreds of thousands of bottles of its Wild Kombucha a year, is too outsized to fit back into its original quarters in the side of a former Hampden juice shop.
But soon the beverage company, which specializes in fermented teas known for their supposed health benefits, will be trading its 3,400-square-foot space in Lutherville for a facility four times larger near the city-county line in Northwest Baltimore. The new spot, in a business park at 4820 Seton Ave., will be big enough for the company to scale up its production capacity, increase its staff and build out a taproom to draw customers in.
The Four Seasons’ popular new American restaurant Wit & Wisdom will shut down in the new year to make way for a new concept from Atlas Restaurant Group, the Harbor East hotel announced this morning.