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Hot Plate: Bubble Room at Lord Baltimore Hotel, Share Kitchen Opens, Butchery Class at P&L

Clams casino is one of the retro dishes on the menu at this weekend’s Bubble Room party at the Lord Baltimore Hotel.

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:

Lord Baltimore Hotel’s Skybar Reopens on April 21

Photo via Lord Baltimore Hotel

The one-of-a-kind 19th-story Skybar will open its doors once again in a little over two weeks.

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

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.

Swanky Rooftop Bar Opens… Just in Time for Chilly Weather



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.

Get Preakness Chic Early at the Lord Baltimore Hotel


preaknesscatch of the day fish (2)For Preakness-goes looking to stay above it all, there will be ample opportunity to break in your hat before the crowds descend on Pimlico. On Friday evening, the Lord Baltimore is hosting a pre-Preakness party on its rooftop terrace.

The Lord Baltimore Hotel Reopens, With Art from World-Famous Collection



The Lord Baltimore Hotel

20 W. Baltimore Street

Baltimore, 21201



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.