Dining

Under Armour’s Cheer Building Adds New Facade and Renovated Cafe

Under Armour’s Cheer Building Adds New Facade and Renovated Cafe

Under Armour recently completed renovations to its Cheer building at its global headquarters in Locust Point. Additional improvements are underway. The Cheer building was formerly an Overflo Warehouse before it was converted into the 140,000 sq. ft. Under Armour building in 2009.

| January 18, 2019 | 0 Comments
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Bunzzz Sports Bar & Grill Opens at the Inner Harbor

Bunzzz Sports Bar & Grill Opens at the Inner Harbor

A new concept from two Ellicott City natives features sandwiches on a variety of buns, pizzas, favorite Maryland dishes, appetizers, draft beers, and sports on more than 40 televisions.

| January 10, 2019 | 0 Comments
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Negotiations “Actively Underway” For a New Seafood Concept at Cross Street Market

Negotiations “Actively Underway” For a New Seafood Concept at Cross Street Market

With this week’s departure of Nick’s Inner Harbor Seafood at Cross Street Market, Caves Valley Partners (CVP) is in active negotiations with an “established restaurateur” to bring a new seafood concept to the S. Charles St. side of the market. CVP is undertaking an $8-million renovation of the block-long, 31,800 sq. ft. Federal Hill market that is now entirely closed for construction.

| January 9, 2019 | 0 Comments
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The Local Fry Closes Federal Hill Location

The Local Fry Closes Federal Hill Location

The Local Fry, which opened in Federal Hill at 21 E. Cross St. almost four years ago, announced it closed and will consolidate its business to its recently-opened Hampden location at The Rotunda.

| January 7, 2019 | 0 Comments
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Barfly Installs New Historic-Themed Facade

Barfly Installs New Historic-Themed Facade

“We want it to look like it’s been here for 100 years,” said Barfly’s co-owner Michael Leeds, who was inspired by Baltimore architecture as well as the look of classic pubs in England and Ireland. Doug Campbell is also a partner of Barfly’s.

| January 4, 2019 | 0 Comments
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Fast-Casual Pizza and Gelato Restaurant Tinybrickoven Coming to Federal Hill

Fast-Casual Pizza and Gelato Restaurant Tinybrickoven Coming to Federal Hill

The pizza at Tinybrickoven will have some similarities to Neapolitan style, but will be crispier and use tomatoes from New Jersey. The pizzas will include owner Will Fagg’s housemade dough recipe that takes several days to make, in addition to whole milk mozzarella

| December 28, 2018 | 0 Comments
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The Hoof Cafe Closes in Locust Point, Could Reopen Under a New Operator

The Hoof Cafe Closes in Locust Point, Could Reopen Under a New Operator

Regarding the closing, co-owner Rebecca Friedman told SouthBMore.com her mother unexpectedly passed away and she will now have to be away from Baltimore more often.

| December 19, 2018 | 0 Comments
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PokéOno Opens at Southside Marketplace

PokéOno Opens at Southside Marketplace

PokéOno customers can build their own bowl choosing from brown rice, white rice, or a mixed greens base; a protein of ahi tuna, raw salmon, shrimp, or tofu; sauces that include shoyou, spicy aioli, wasabi shoyou, and citrus ponzi; and toppings such as veggies, crispy onions, wasabi peas, avocado, kimchi, and herbs and spices.

| December 17, 2018 | 0 Comments
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South Baltimore Business Roundup

South Baltimore Business Roundup

Iron Rooster to end its dinner service, a Cross St. business closes, a nail salon opens in Federal Hill, Lime bikes are now in Baltimore, and a Riverside bar gets honored for the best cocktails in Baltimore.

| December 11, 2018 | 0 Comments
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New Retro Sign Goes Up at Cross Street Market, Most of the Market to Open by March

New Retro Sign Goes Up at Cross Street Market, Most of the Market to Open by March

The Light St. entrance of the Cross Street Market now has a new look as a painted ‘Cross Street Market’ sign has been added to the brick facade. Cross Street Market is currently undergoing an $8-million redevelopment by Caves Valley Partners (CVP). Initial construction began in April and a second phase began in November.

| December 10, 2018 | 0 Comments
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The Smoking Swine, The Green Bowl, and Dizzy Cow Pizzeria Opening a Restaurant and Bar in Brooklyn

The Smoking Swine, The Green Bowl, and Dizzy Cow Pizzeria Opening a Restaurant and Bar in Brooklyn

Food trucks The Smoking Swine, The Green Bowl, and Dizzy Cow Pizzeria are teaming up to take over the former O’Flynn’s Crab & Cask House at 3432 S. Hanover St. in South Baltimore’s Brooklyn neighborhood. O’Flynn’s was open for a year and a half after it replaced long-time, Brooklyn-staple O’Brady’s Crab House.

| December 7, 2018 | 0 Comments
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‘Back Yard Baltimore’ Opens in Hollins Market at the Former ‘Patrick’s of Pratt Street’

‘Back Yard Baltimore’ Opens in Hollins Market at the Former ‘Patrick’s of Pratt Street’

Earlier this fall, Back Yard Baltimore opened at 131 S. Schroeder St. (corner of Schroeder St. and Pratt St.) in the longtime home of Patrick’s of Pratt Street. Patrick’s closed in 2017 after 169 years of ownership by the same Irish family. It was considered by many as one of the oldest Irish pubs in the country.

| December 5, 2018 | 0 Comments
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Volo City Acquires Brunch-Based Media Company ‘Bitches Who Brunch’

Volo City Acquires Brunch-Based Media Company ‘Bitches Who Brunch’

Bitches Who Brunch was co-founded by Cori Sue Morris and Becca Clara Love in March 2010. It started in Washington, D.C. and has expanded into New York and Chicago. It currently has 16 employees. The Bitches Who Brunch website has thousands of reviews of brunches from around the world. The site also covers fashion, travel, and events.

| November 28, 2018 | 0 Comments
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South Baltimore Business Roundup

South Baltimore Business Roundup

A longtime South Baltimore restaurant owner returns with a new concept, Southside Diner is opening a new location, a Southside Marketplace store has closed, the Trash Wheel holiday sweater has arrived, and The Baltimore Station raises over $90,000.

| November 26, 2018 | 0 Comments
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Phase One of Rash Field Redevelopment Expected to Begin Next Fall

Phase One of Rash Field Redevelopment Expected to Begin Next Fall

Waterfront Partnership of Baltimore (WPOB) is looking to begin its redevelopment of Rash Field at the Inner Harbor next fall, but the project will now be split up into two phases. The entire project is expected to cost $20 million t0 $22 million and, without the money raised to fund the entire project, WPOB is focusing on the western side of the park which includes the pavilion and several parcels to the west.

| November 19, 2018 | 0 Comments
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Nick’s Inner Harbor Seafood to Close at Cross Street Market

Nick’s Inner Harbor Seafood to Close at Cross Street Market

After more than 45 years at Cross Street Market, Nick’s Inner Harbor Seafood is closing. A Baltimore City Circuit judge ruled on Friday that Nick’s is no longer operating under a valid lease. Nick’s and Cross Street Market developer and operator Caves Valley Partners (CVP) reached a settlement today that will allow Nick’s to stay at the market until January 11th. Nick’s will close operations after January 7th, and it will use the final four days to move its equipment from the market.

| November 19, 2018 | 0 Comments
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Paul’s Place Planning a 21,000 Sq. Ft. Culinary Arts Training Center and Restaurant on Washington Blvd. in Pigtown

Paul’s Place Planning a 21,000 Sq. Ft. Culinary Arts Training Center and Restaurant on Washington Blvd. in Pigtown

Paul’s Place has been a part of the Pigtown community for 36 years, starting out as a small soup kitchen and forming into a community resource center at 1118 Ward St. providing hot meals, a food pantry, a nurses clinic, clothing, showers, laundry services, peer recovery, support groups, and other resources for those in need in Southwest Baltimore. Now, Paul’s Place is jumping into workforce development and the restaurant industry with the launch of a culinary arts training program, catering company, and restaurant.

| November 15, 2018 | 0 Comments
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