Ida B’s Table

Last weekend, Ida B’s Table officially opened its doors to Baltimore City. If you haven’t been yet, you’re missing out on some of the most scrumptious, mouth-watering modern soul food you’ll ever have in your life… according to me. You have plenty of chances to go: lunch, brunch, breakfast, dinner, and happy hour. You have […]

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Redbull Amaphiko Academy Open House and Gallery Show

Anyone familiar with the Redbull Amaphiko Academy? If not, according to their website it’s “a launchpad for grass roots social entrepreneurs-those pioneers change makers, innovators-who use their talent, creativity, and energy to make a positive change in their corner of the world in a sustainable way.” The academy takes place over the span of ten […]

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Zella’s Pizzeria

As Baltimoreans, we all have our own go-to favorite pizza joint. Some love Matthew’s Pizza. Others will rave about Birroteca. Honestly, my mouth waters whenever I think of Paulie Gee’s or Hersh’s. However, it’s because of these popular pizzerias that we fail to venture and try other pizza places that are just as good or […]

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Made In Baltimore Launch Party

If you guys don’t really know me, I’ve recently got into woodworking. So when Evolve Woodworks invited me to attend the Made In Baltimore Launch Party last Thursday, I jumped at the opportunity. An event that showcased a bunch of woodworking furniture made by Baltimore locals? Hell yeah! This launch party was thrown to celebrate […]

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Fells Point Farmers’ Market

A couple of Saturdays last month, I ventured into Fells Point Farmers’ Market, which is temporarily located on a parking lot in Harbor Point due to the construction in Fells Point Square (the original location). Although the farmers market is small, it has a lot of really good vendors. You have Zeke’s Coffee to give […]

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Latte Art Throwdown

Last Monday, I attended my very first Latte Art Throwdown! Hosted by 3 Bean Coffee in Fed Hill (which did a phenomenal job making sure the event ran smoothly), 26 competitors battled it out through 15 rounds to win cash and awesome coffee products. The participating baristas came from coffee shops such as Little Amps […]

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Sandlot

This past Thursday, Baltimore officially acquired a beach. Located in Harbor Point, the Sandlot is an urban beach minus the actual swimming water. It looks out onto the inner harbor and gives an awesome view of locust point and fed hill. There is a lot of room to sit around, stand around, and hang out: […]

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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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