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Dmitri’s Tavern in Hampden Has Closed

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Photo by Ethan McLeod

One of Hampden’s oldest dives has shut its doors after 45 years.

Goodbye Long John’s Pub, Hello 29th Street Tavern

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Image via Swallow at the Hollow’s Facebook page.

Following a renovation, the Remington dive bar Long John’s Pub will reopen as 29th Street Tavern next week, owner Aaron Reinhart tells Baltimore Magazine’s Jess Mayhugh.

Fed Hill’s No Way Jose Café to Rebrand While Remaining ‘Simple, Fun’

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Photo courtesy of No Way Jose Café

A decades-old Tex-Mex dining and drinking spot on Cross Street is changing its name and look.

Charm City Cook: Creative Cocktails, Small Plates and Hemingway at The Bluebird

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I bought my house in Hampden in 2000. Yep, my neighborhood’s gotten better and better every year. And, when you look at the restaurants, even more so. I got into cooking later in life…in my mid-30s, Julia Child, Jacques Pepin, America’s Test Kitchen and Ina Garten all taught me how to cook. And then in my 40s, Hampden got new restaurant after new restaurant. When I moved in, there was Holy Frijoles, Cafe Hon, Golden West and a few others. I still miss Mamie’s lobster night. Now? We have The Food Market, Dylan’s Oyster Cellar, Arômes, Paulie Gee’s Pizza and the list goes on. And on. Saturated? Maybe, but the good ones will stay. Quite possibly one of the best places to open in years? The Bluebird Cocktail Room.

Join Mixolo for A Fantastick(s) Brunch at Chesapeake Shakespeare Company May 21st

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Settle in for this time-honored musical, about a boy, a girl, and their scheming fathers after an exclusive Mixolo members-only brunch in the theater’s Parlor room. If bottomless mimosas and Bloody Marys  aren’t enough, a visit with special guests from the production should prep you for the show.

Mixolo- Free Website for Adults to Connect for Social Events; New Events Added!

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Mixolo, the Baltimore-born organization for cool social interaction, has just launched its website.

Mixolo is Live!

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Mixolo, the Baltimore-born organization for cool social interaction, has just launched its website.

A Maryland-Themed Bar is Opening in DC

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via Free State/Facebook

In DC, there are many ways to explore other places without venturing beyond the Beltway. Now, bar-goers can even go to Maryland.

‘LB Speakeasy’ Opens at The Lord Baltimore Hotel Next Week

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Courtesy Profiles PR/Lord Baltimore Hotel
Courtesy Profiles PR/Lord Baltimore Hotel

Building on the success of its four other venues, the historic Lord Baltimore Hotel is set to open up a new bar in a once-deserted room housed within the historic 23-story building downtown.

York Road College Bar Shut Down For Being Too Crazy

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Photo via Baltimore Business Journal
Photo via Baltimore Business Journal

Assault. Sexual assault. Underage drinking. Indecent exposure. Alcohol poisoning. Another assault. More alcohol poisoning. Sound like a fun night to you? Then you will probably be sad to hear that Craig’s, aka Favorites Pub, a popular college drinking destination on York Rd. has been shut down by the city’s liquor board. 

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