Monument City Brewing Company

This past weekend, I checked out Monument City Brewing Company, which specializes in high quality, hand crafted ales. Located in Highlandtown, this brewery still holds the building’s original look of an old factory and a warehouse: tall windows, brick walls, and all things industrial. When you first approach the brewery, people playing corn hole, huge […]

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Farmers’ Market at the BMI

Two weekends ago, I had the pleasure of checking out the farmers’ market at the Baltimore Museum of Industry for the first time! At first, I was only there to scout the B’Eat More Pie Fest that was going on (which was awesome), but it turned into meeting/getting to know some of the local businesses […]

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Ceremony Coffee

If you follow my instagram, you will find out that I love writing in coffee shops. And I gotta say, after visiting the new Ceremony Coffee that just opened up in Harbor Point, I will definitely be writing there from here on out. Service: Everyone is just so freakin’ nice and pleasant to talk to. […]

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Shoyou Sushi

Tucked away towards the end of Light street in Fed Hill lies Shoyou Sushi. In my opinion, this neighborhood gem has the best sushi in Baltimore city. what makes this place so great? price to food ratio: For an affordable price range from $10.00 – $18.00 ish, you get humongous sushi rolls that layer so many […]

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Crossbar Der Biergarten

Inside of Crossbar

Two weeks ago, I finally had the chance to step inside and enjoy Fed Hill’s newest and first beer garden… Crossbar Der Biergaten! Located on East Cross street, Crossbar is the combination of four vacant buildings merged into one beer hall. The place is decked out with string lights draped all over the ceiling, exposed brick, […]

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