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Best Ways To Party Like A Movie Star In Baltimore

February 21, 2013 6:00 AM

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Photo Credit: The Havana Club via Facebook

Photo Credit: The Havana Club via Facebook

Lights, camera, action! While the most anticipated celebration in Hollywood, the 85th annual Academy Awards, just a few days away, movie stars and filmmakers are receiving more VIP treatment than any other time of the year. Valet services, unlimited bottles, VIP tables and private dining are readily awaiting celebrities at every Hollywood venue. Instead of dreaming about the lavish, Hollywood celebrity life, bring your inner actor or actress to Baltimore by exploring the city’s most elite nightlife venues. These nightclubs and lounges are known for their luxury and VIP treatment, so head over to a few and start partying like a movie star.

The Get Down Baltimore
701 S. Bond St. 
Baltimore, Md. 21231
(443) 708-3564
www.getdownbaltimore.com

Price: $10 cover charge

The Get Down Baltimore is ideal for a lavish night. Full of young, trendy professionals, this club and lounge offers several forms of VIP treatment. This nightclub is sure to give you the privacy you need to feel like a true movie star. Patrons are able to reserve private tables, including with a full bar tab of unlimited drink choices, although you’ll need a minimum of six guests. Just like many of the venues in Hollywood, The Get Down is decorated with iconic furniture that fuses an industrial aesthetic with art and soul and most appropriate for an A-list, trendy celebrity.

Mirage
401 W Baltimore St.
Baltimore, Md. 21201
(410) 409-1377
www.miragebaltimore.com

Formerly known as Mansion nightclub, Mirage’s décor emulates the spacious and lavish elements of one of Hollywood’s celebrity estates. Decorated with chandeliers and plush black couches, this nightclub has the ambience for royalty. With more than 10 VIP and private lounge areas, you can reap the exclusivity just like the movie stars. Also, Mirage includes full bottle service with an expansive selection of premium cocktails.

Photo Credit: The Havana Club via Facebook

Photo Credit: The Havana Club via Facebook

Havana Club
600 Water St.
Baltimore, Md. 21202
(410) 468-0022
www.havanaclub-baltimore.com

If you’re a fan of Al Pacino and his classic performance in one of the greatest mafia style movies, “Scarface,” then the Havana Club is perfect to celebrate your Pacino fantasies. This cigar club, known for its premium Cubans, offers a wide selection of elite cigars and cocktails. Infused with private seating spaces and intimate rich, leather sofas, the Havana club is one of Baltimore’s best upscale nightclubs.

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Museum Restaurant And Lounge

924 N Charles St.
Baltimore, Md. 21201
(410) 528-8630
www.museumrandl.com

Just barely a year old, this restaurant and lounge offers both luxurious dining with an intimate lounge ambience. The two-story space is decorated with historic artifacts and shimmering chandeliers appropriate to suit a movie star. Already known for its buzz by many A-list celebrities, Museum includes an entire VIP floor upstairs. This floor includes lavish rooms, marble bars and modern décor. In VIP, enjoy the unlimited flow of drink specials and bottle services, which run all night long.

13th Floor Belvedere
1 E Chase St.
Baltimore, Md. 21202
(410) 347-0880
www.13floorbelvedere.com

At the 13th Floor Belvedere, everyone is considered a VIP. Named for its site on the former “Belvedere” estate, this lounge and dining venue have been modeled to mirror the former estate. Its stylish and luxurious clout has stemmed from the dynamic view, overlooking the city and its exclusive, weekly events. Along with the private catering, superior dinners, and premium cocktails, this lounge hosts a live jazz band music every night.

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Cherise Lesesne covers issues in higher education. She is a recent graduate from Spelman College where she obtained a Bachelor’s of Arts Degree in English Language and Literature. With an interest in public policy and cultural affairs, Cherise has written on several topics concerning higher education administration, internationalization and cultural affairs for publications Diverse: Issues in Higher Education as well as CBS Baltimore.

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