With one week of summer left (unofficially, anyway) and unexpectedly gorgeous weather on the horizon, it’s a great time to avoid the kitchen and go out to eat. Here’s a look at how you can do that this week:
Tag: 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.
It’s officially autumn, which means rooftop bar season is more or less over. But in case things unexpectedly warm up in the next few weeks, there’s a new drinking-with-a-view option in town.
The Lord Baltimore Hotel
20 W. Baltimore Street
For anyone who remembers its time as a boring old Radisson, entering the new Lord Baltimore Hotel is a wow. The huge lobby with its opulently decorated ceiling has been restored to the grandeur of its Art Deco glory years. The 500-seat ballroom, in soft ivory and grey, showcases original 1928 murals of Baltimore scenes. The sleek guest rooms have signature linens emblazoned with the legendary “Lord Baltimore Hotel.” There’s a good French restaurant, too. But perhaps the most interesting way the Lord Baltimore is distinguishing itself from the competition — which includes the neighboring Kimpton Hotel Monoco — is with its art collection.