The Sandlot, Baltimore’s new beachside restaurant, gleams with potential right off the bat.
Restaurateur Spike Gjerde’s new Inner Harbor venture, the Sandlot, cleared a key development hurdle this spring when Baltimore’s Planning Commission approved the design.
Those who drop by this year’s nine-day Light City festival will have a wide range of local fare from which to choose.
Get ready to see and hear a great deal about “the Sandlot.”
Artifact Coffee of Hampden, one of the restaurants in Spike Gjerde’s Foodshed family, is in talks to open a second location in Charles Village.
Hot House: 302 Club Road, Baltimore 21210
Colonial style home in washed stucco, circa 1905, with covered side porch and exterior moldings. 4,668 sq. ft., with 5 bedrooms and 3 full baths over three levels. Large gourmet chef’s kitchen with La Cornue range, top-end appliances, Italian marble counters, stone fireplace, leather banquette. Entrance hall, formal living and dining rooms with fireplaces. Many original architectural details, new bathrooms, central a/c, basement with workshop, billiards room and wine cellar. Parking pad, no garage. .35 acre lot: $1,225,800
A lot of absurd and ridiculous things went down in Baltimore this year — but a lot of encouraging, awesome, or otherwise inspirational things happened, too — sometimes in the most surprising places. When I looked back over our posts for 2013, here are the Baltimoreans who inspired me most:
+The Charles Village residents who attempted to single-handedly take on Baltimore’s biggest aesthetic menace: the man-woman statue.
+The brains behind West Baltimore’s floating isolation tank — an unlikely spot for an unforgettable experience.