So after all of this, why would anyone want to visit a bar called 13th Floor? Maybe because it’s amazing and capable of calming even the most extreme Triskaidekaphobe (try to say that one 13 times, fast).
Summer is the time of year to party! These days, many consumers rely on party rentals to increase an event’s fun factor. Party rental companies offer game booths, inflatables, mechanical amusements, activities and even party planning services. Fortunately, Baltimore has an assortment of party rental companies in the area to serve you.
These local events are specifically designed to keep children and teens reading during the summer seasion.
The warm, summer nights are the best to go to outdoor concerts. These following music concerts are held at Baltimore’s largest outdoor venues and have enough room for you to sing, dance and jam to your favorite artists and bands.
The Recher Theatre in Towson has hosted its last live concert and is closing to undergo a transformation.
A night out on the town doesn’t always have to include cocktails—and a subsequent hangover—thanks to the eclectic mix of Hookah Bars found right here in Charm City.
With so many different performances to choose from, Baltimore residents can savor the last weeks of summer by rocking out with both legendary artists and rising stars.
Whether you are a college student with limited funds or the current state of the economy has you living on a tighter budget, the last thing you want to spend your hard earned money on is a cover charge at the door. Swing by one of the following Baltimore area bars where you will be able to happily walk right in without shelling out any cash at the door.
There is nothing like a swanky piano bar to bring the tunes of Ray Charles, Elton John and others to life. Whether providing tranquil background music or encouraging everyone onto the dance floor, these piano bars are the best in Baltimore.
With five nationally-known bands on two stages, it’s a good bet that if you buy a ticket to the 2012 Preakness InfieldFest, you’ll have a blast.
Charm City is known for its Inner Harbor and world famous crab cakes. However, over the last decade, an influx of vibrant Latin music has swept across the city bringing tantalizing music, upbeat tempos and providing new musical trends to Baltimore.
You don’t have to be in Mexico to celebrate Cinco de Mayo. These Baltimore venues will give you the flavor of our friends South of the Border.