South Baltimore Business Roundup

| December 3, 2015 | 0 Comments

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Steve “Pride of Pigtown” Clevenger Traded 

Steve “Pride of Pigtown” Clevenger has been traded by the Baltimore Orioles to the Seattle Mariners for OF/1B Mark Trumbo and LHP C.J. Riefenhauser.

Read’s story on Clevenger’s Pigtown upbringing here.

Indique to Open in Federal Hill

Indique Virgin Hair Extensions will be opening a location at 910 S. Charles St. at the former home of Oomph Marketing. About Indique from its website:

Indique is an internationally known hair extension brand with retail stores across the United States and distributors throughout the United States, Europe, Asia, Africa and Central America. With a winning combination of hair experts and stylists, and over 30 years of industry experience, we provide 100% virgin human hair that is completely natural and of the highest quality. Our goal is to provide you with consistent access to a variety of unique virgin hair products that are versatile and last for a very long time.

ZeroFOX Raises $27 million

ZeroFOX, a social media cyber security company headquartered at 1111 Light Street in Federal Hill, raised $27 million in Series B funding. From a ZeroFOX press release:

ZeroFOX will focus on accelerating scale by adding significant investment into engineering, global sales & marketing efforts, increasing M&A activities and applying additional emphasis around IP protection & defense.

ZeroFOX CEO James Foster told that it has just under 100 employees and they expect to double the size of the company in the next 12 months which, according to Foster, would make ZeroFOX one of the larger technology companies in Baltimore. Foster resides in South Baltimore and said the company is currently looking for a larger office in the area.

Amazon Launches Baltimore Restaurant Delivery 

Amazon Prime Now members in select Baltimore zip codes, including 21230, will now be able to get food deliveries with a $20 order minimum from select restaurants in an hour or less. The following restaurants (South Baltimore-based restaurants in bold) have joined this program:

Cardinal Tavern, Cazbar, Ceriello Fine Italian Foods, Cheese Galore and More, City Cafe, Clark Burger, Cockey’s Restaurant & Bar, David and Dad’s, Donna’s, Duda’s Tavern, Falafelicious, Felici Café, Harbor Que, HomeSlyce, Ikaros Restaurant, Indigma, Jukai Juice, La Cuchara, La Tavola, Langermann’s, Liam Flynn’s Ale, HouseMaiwand, GrillMario’s Original Pizza, Matsuri, Mother’s Federal Hill Grille, Neopol Savory Smokery, Our House, Pasticcio Italian Kitchen, Peace & A Cup of Joe, Penn Restaurant, Phaze 10, Pizza Mart, Poblano Mexican Grill, Roberto’s Pizzeria Italiana, Rosina Gourmet, Saigon Today, Saturday Morning Cafe, Shareef’s Grill House of Wraps, Shiso Tavern, Sip & Bite Restaurant, Soprano’s Pizza, Souvlaki Authentic Greek Cuisine, Thai Landing, The Helmand, The Laughing Pint, The Local Fry, The Olive Room, Van Gough Cafe, Verde, West Indian Flavour, Zaatar Mediterranean Cuisine.

Yogi Castle Closes

Yogi Castle closed at McHenry Row. An announcement has not been made at this point about a new tenant.

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