Bookmakers Cocktail Club Closed, Listed for Sale

Bookmakers Cocktail Club Closed, Listed for Sale

Bookmakers Cocktail Club opened in 2014 and won SouthBMore’s Best Drink Selection all three years of the competition. The team at Bookmakers also ran Boiler Room in Federal Hill for the two years it was open.

| March 22, 2021 | 0 Comments
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Royal Farms Permanently Closes Its Stall at Cross Street Market

Royal Farms Permanently Closes Its Stall at Cross Street Market

Royal Farms Chicken, the first-of-its-kind chicken stall for the popular Baltimore-based convenience store and gas station, permanently closed at Cross Street Market in Federal Hill in recent months. It first opened in July of 2019. Royal Farms has removed all of its equipment and branding from the 590 sq. ft. stall, which also has a carryout window facing E. Cross St. The space is now available for lease.

| March 22, 2021 | 0 Comments
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Retail Collective Featuring Little Miner Taco, FEEL GOOD Cafe, and an Art Gallery Coming to Pigtown

Retail Collective Featuring Little Miner Taco, FEEL GOOD Cafe, and an Art Gallery Coming to Pigtown

Washington, D.C.-based developer Mike Azimi has purchased 1009 W. Barre and 1011 W. Barre St. in Pigtown/Barre Circle and is planning a retail collective with Little Miner Taco, FEEL GOOD Cafe, and an art gallery selling Baltimore-made crafts. The one-story buildings, which total 6,751 sq. ft., were formerly the home of Total A-V Systems.

| March 17, 2021 | 0 Comments
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Ryan Homes to Build 275 Townhomes at the ‘ONE Westport’ Waterfront Development

Ryan Homes to Build 275 Townhomes at the ‘ONE Westport’ Waterfront Development

ONE Westport developer Stonewall Capital has partnered with Ryan Homes of NVR, Inc. to build 275 townhomes at the waterfront development. ONE Westport is a mixed-use development on a 43-acre parcel that will have townhomes, multi-family affordable housing, market rate apartment buildings, office, retail, and green spaces.

| March 16, 2021 | 0 Comments
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Vegan Taco Carry-out and Delivery Business ‘Mez’ Opens at McHenry Row

Vegan Taco Carry-out and Delivery Business ‘Mez’ Opens at McHenry Row

Vegan taco carry-out and delivery business Mez launched in January out of ShareKitchen at McHenry Row in Locust Point. ShareKitchen is at the back of the Banner Building at McHenry Row, adjacent to Diamondback Brewing Company’s outdoor dining patio.

| March 18, 2021 | 0 Comments
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Domino Sugars Sign Becomes a Popular Meme

Domino Sugars Sign Becomes a Popular Meme

As the neon Domino Sugars sign was coming down over the weekend, the “no” was left up and a lot of Baltimoreans had fun making a meme of it. The sign, which sits at the company’s Key Hwy. campus and overlooks the Inner Harbor, is in process of being replaced with an LED version.

| March 17, 2021 | 0 Comments
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100-Acres of Property Available at the North Locust Point Marine Terminal

100-Acres of Property Available at the North Locust Point Marine Terminal

Maryland Department of Transportation’s Port Administration (MPA) has put out a Request for Information (RFI) for approximately 100 acres of available real estate at the North Locust Point Marine Terminal (NLP), which is part of the Port of Baltimore. The property is along the Inner Harbor, stretching from Hull St. to the west and Wallace St. to the east.

| March 16, 2021 | 0 Comments
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SipAhoy CycleBoats Launching Cruises Out of Harborview This Spring

SipAhoy CycleBoats Launching Cruises Out of Harborview This Spring

SipAhoy CycleBoats, a cycle boat that will cruise through the Inner Harbor, is launching this spring from a slip at Harborview Marina in Federal Hill. Severna Park native Dillon Wain is launching the business with private investment and a group of longtime friends and captains who will be his crew members.

| March 15, 2021 | 0 Comments
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Four South Baltimore Restaurants Receive Support from Route One Apparel

Four South Baltimore Restaurants Receive Support from Route One Apparel

Route One Apparel, a Towson-based company selling Maryland-themed clothing and accessories, recently purchased $10,000 in gift cards to Baltimore-area restaurants impacted by COVID-19 restrictions.

| March 15, 2021 | 0 Comments
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Letters from the ‘Domino Sugars’ Sign Donated to Second Chance

Letters from the ‘Domino Sugars’ Sign Donated to Second Chance

Domino Sugar, which is currently removing its iconic neon sign and replacing it with a LED version, will be donating the old letters and sign border to Second Chance. Baltimore Museum of Industry received the dot in “I” to display in its Decker Gallery. 

| March 12, 2021 | 0 Comments
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Orioles Plan to Have Fans at Oriole Park at Camden Yards This Season

Orioles Plan to Have Fans at Oriole Park at Camden Yards This Season

This week, the Baltimore Orioles, which are already allowing fans at Ed Smith Stadium in Sarasota at 25 percent capacity, were given the go ahead by The State of Maryland to allow up to 50 percent capacity at Oriole Park at Camden Yards. But, since the ballpark is in Baltimore City, the team will also need an attendance plan approved by Mayor Brandon M. Scott’s office and Major League Baseball.

| March 11, 2021 | 0 Comments
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Mayorga Organics Relocating from Rockville to 120,000 Sq. Ft. Building in Pigtown

Mayorga Organics Relocating from Rockville to 120,000 Sq. Ft. Building in Pigtown

Mayorga Organics, a coffee, chia, quinoa, and beans importer and manufacturer based in Rockville, is moving its Maryland operations to a 120,000 sq. ft. building at 901 W. Ostend St. in Carroll-Camden Industrial Area/Pigtown. Mayorga Organics will purchase the one-story building on March 16th and begin a two-year renovation of the building.

| March 9, 2021 | 0 Comments
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Bravo’s Real Housewives of Potomac Films Scene at Limoncello in Locust Point

Bravo’s Real Housewives of Potomac Films Scene at Limoncello in Locust Point

Last week, Limoncello in Locust Point became the set for Bravo show The Real Housewives of Potomac (RHOP). Limoncello General Manager Vincenzo Schiano called it a “super fun experience” for him and his staff.

| March 8, 2021 | 0 Comments
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BCCC Seeks Developer to Turn Its Downtown ‘Bard Building’ Into a Parking Lot

BCCC Seeks Developer to Turn Its Downtown ‘Bard Building’ Into a Parking Lot

Baltimore City Community College (BCCC) is looking for a developer to partner with to turn its defunct Bard Building in Downtown into a parking lot. The developer would demolish the building and build a parking lot in its place.

| March 4, 2021 | 0 Comments
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The Domino Sugars Sign Goes Dark – For Now

The Domino Sugars Sign Goes Dark – For Now

On Monday, the lights on the iconic Domino Sugars sign in Locust Point were turned off. Domino Sugar is replacing its nearly 70-year-old neon sign that lights up the Inner Harbor with a new LED version. Preliminary work on the approximately $2-million project has been underway in recent weeks, and demolition of the existing letters on the sign began early this week.  The new sign will be lit for the first time on the 4th of July.

| March 3, 2021 | 0 Comments
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South Baltimore Crime Updates

South Baltimore Crime Updates

The crime report for February in South Baltimore according to the Baltimore Police Department (BPD) crime map.

| March 4, 2021 | 0 Comments
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Pickles Pub Featured on TODAY’s Segment About ‘The Famous Fund’

Pickles Pub Featured on TODAY’s Segment About ‘The Famous Fund’

NBC’s TODAY show aired a segment on Jimmy’s Famous Seafood’s The Famous Fund, which has raised more than $464,000 for Baltimore restaurants. Pickles Pub, which was a recipient of a donation from The Famous Fund, was featured in the segment.

| March 3, 2021 | 0 Comments
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