When you turn the corner of Hampden’s famed 36th Street to head down Chestnut Avenue, you are treated with a glimpse of a bright teal bench crowned by a large doughnut and pink stairs spangled with sprinkles.
Full Circle Doughnuts, which sits at 3528 Chestnut Ave., has delighted customers with eclectic flavors like Cosmic Brownie, jalapeño popper, and cereal milk. But after four years in business, the shop is closing for good Saturday.
When a hungry customer buys a bag of restaurant leftovers through the Too Good To Go app, its contents are a surprise. But Land of Kush co-owner Naijha Wright-Brown said one thing is certain at her Mount Vernon restaurant: patrons will get a filling vegan meal.
Baltimore restaurants had to change their methods of operation on a dime during the pandemic and many barely survived. Fortunately for some, there was an online community that stepped in to help out; food bloggers.
Owners have announced that Saturday November 6 will be the last day of operation for the popular bar and restaurant at 801-803 South Ann Street in Fells Point, a landmark dating from the early- to mid-1700s.
“Last Call! Help us drain the kegs, empty the coolers, and make some final Wharf Rat memories,” says a message posted today on Facebook, announcing the final days of business.
Join Star Bright Farm for their annual Fall Harvest Festival, Saturday November 6th, from 10:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. This all-day event is one of their favorites – a perfect time to bring the family out to the farm for food, music and activities.
This year’s event will feature a kids’ hay bale maze, tours with Farmer Peter, tractor rides, a pumpkin catapult (trebuchet) and their fully stocked barn market for all your seasonal shopping needs. Music will be going on throughout the day, and the stage will be graced by Noah Pierre and Caleb Stine.
The Ivy Bookshop is excited to welcome Monica West for a reading and conversation about her debut novel, Revival Season. Monica will be in conversation with Kelsey McKinney. This event will take place in-person on Tuesday, October 19 at 6pm on the back patio. Click here to register for the event! (Registration is encouraged, but not required)
For more than 90 years, Alex Cooper Auctioneers has concentrated its time and talents on conducting successful auctions of residential and commercial real estate, fine and decorative arts. In those ensuing years, the company has grown to include three more generations, who are now actively involved in the day to day business. As the business continued to grow and expand, Alex Cooper moved to larger quarters with unified operations at their 908 York Road location, which includes a real estate division, large antique gallery as well as a rug gallery.
Due to the large demand in consignors need to auction items and Discovery sales becoming a huge success for Alex Cooper Auctioneers over the years, the team is thrilled to announce a new second location in Baltimore for these online auctions that offer a varied range of auction categories. With the best team to handle all aspects of selling items whether part of downsizing or liquidation of an estate, this second location will allow the team to handle more items in a timely manner. The 9,000 plus additional square footage will allow easier drop off and pick up of items being consigned and purchased, including customer drop off items, by appointment only.