Hull Street Blues Cafe, in South Baltimore's Locust Point, began as a saloon in 1889. Today, it's an elegant cafe ... More
Hull Street Blues Cafe
Hull Street Blues Cafe, in South Baltimore's Locust Point, began as a saloon in 1889. Today, it's an elegant cafe with an attached bar. The eclectic menu focuses on seafood from Shrimp Scampi to Steamed Mussels, though other gourmet dishes are also offered. Try the savory Filet Mignon or Crab Cake Sandwich. The proprietors, Kathy and Dan Macatee, take special pride in their Sunday brunch—a smorgasbord packed with tasty treats.
Perhaps the finest "local" bar/restaurant in all of Baltimore. Very reasonably priced with imaginative daily specials and a most accommodating staff. Informal and friendly. When you go there, tell them "Dr. Bob sent me".
Fluid Movement is a Baltimore based performance art group that dabbles in comedy, synchronized swimming and drama. Local artists create
productions for urban spaces, such as museums and city parks. Past performances included 'Water Shorts', a synchronized swimming extravaganza, ...
Breakfast is the name of the game at this small but lively Fells Point eatery. They've got all the standards:
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There's a tradition among Baltimoreans of "going down the ocean" each summer. Now, thanks to this innovative night spot, visitors
to the city can participate in that tradition without leaving the comfort of downtown. Pass through the sleek bar ...
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