B&O American Brasserie
The New Year is being celebrated all over the city in a lot of different ways.
Continue ringing in the new year while you enjoy brunch at one of the following great places. Don’t forget to make your reservations to ensure a table.
For the chef responsible for cooking the holiday meal, here are some tips from a Baltimore expert.
Local mixologists and bar managers don’t put the bubbly away once New Year’s Eve has passed. Check out these five recipes!
With the holidays moving into full swing, Baltimore’s mixologists are celebrating with cocktails. They use flavors of the season, including sweet apple ciders and nutmeg. Classics like eggnog and brandy crusta are updated with contemporary twists to surprise and delight customers. Head out to the bars or make these at home for the perfect flavors of the holidays this year.
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Are you looking for a great dining experience in Maryland? Try these restaurants with celebrity chefs. Charm City Cakes (Duff Goldman), Silks Restaurant (Mark Laubner), B&O American Brasserie (E. Michael Reidt), Abacrombie (Jesse Sandlin), Gertrude’s (John Shields) and Volt (Bryan Voltaggio).
A night out at a concert or an evening at the theater is one of the most enjoyable opportunities to take advantage of in Baltimore. Offering a large range of venues, from dirty punk clubs to the Meyerhoff Symphony Hall, and theaters from the IMAX to the historic Charles Theater, you’ll never be at a loss for a cultured nightlife–no matter which culture you choose to indulge in. But staying awake for these events that can take you far into the night requires sustenance, and Baltimore has plenty of hot spots for chowing down pre-show. We rounded up our favorite locales for getting food en route to your theater of choice.