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Hot Plate: Sagamore Pendry Restaurant Opens, Clementine Brunch Returns, Cafe Cito and Bel-Loc Close

Order & Chaos will celebrate National Waffle Day (March 25) with free waffle toppings.

Spring is here, Baltimore, and with it, tons of restaurant news, from the opening of a swanky new chop house to the return of a beloved brunch to food-related classes popping up all over town. Here’s a look at what Baltimore’s restaurants have to offer this week:

Sagamore Pendry Baltimore Hotel Opens in Fells Point – Without Lead Developer Kevin Plank

Gov. Larry Hogan, Mayor Catherine Pugh and others cut the ribbon at a ceremony opening the new hotel.

Baltimore’s historic Recreation Pier is officially a luxury hotel.

Top Stories: ‘Lit City’ Party Planned for the Orleans Street Viaduct; Starbucks to Replace Historic Bel-Loc Diner in Parkville, Deciding the Fate of Camden Station


Baltimore Fishbowl’s top story this week concerned a flashy dance party planned in an underpass downtown early next month. Many evening drivers on St. Paul Street have witnessed the bright neon lights lining the underside of the Orleans Street viaduct. On Thursday, April 6, the Downtown Partnership has arranged to transform that section of the road into a full-blown party with a dance floor, DJ and an open bar. As it falls in the middle of the Light City festival, the organization has cleverly dubbed the event “Lit City.”

Our readers were thrilled about the news of the party. The question is, will they get in? The Downtown Partnership expects the event to sell out quickly. For now, it appears tickets ($40) are still available.

Here were our other most-read stories in the last seven days:

Top Stories: Williams Sonoma Joins Stores Departing Downtown Towson, Sagamore Pendry to Open March 21, A $2 Million Townhouse in Little Italy


The top story on Baltimore Fishbowl this week was Ed Gunts’ weekly real estate development column, which led with the news that yet another store is leaving downtown Towson. The kitchenware and home furnishings retailer Williams Sonoma, located in Towson Town Center, has posted signs on its windows indicating it plans to close.