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South Baltimore Business Roundup

South Baltimore Business Roundup

A new spa opens in Federal Hill, a Federal Hill shop upgrades to a bigger space, a restaurant leaves Pigtown, and two local restaurants close out-of-town locations.

| February 24, 2021 | 0 Comments
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European Wine Importer ‘Wide Roots’ Launched in South Baltimore

European Wine Importer ‘Wide Roots’ Launched in South Baltimore

Riverside resident Russ Lorber launched his wine import company Wide Roots late-last year. Wide Roots, which has an office at Spaces in Stadium Square and has a warehouse in Upper Marlboro, has a small portfolio of boutique Italian wines it is selling to restaurants and liquor stores around Maryland.

| February 24, 2021 | 0 Comments
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Federal Hill and Pigtown Main Streets Receive Grants for Small Businesses from the State of Maryland

Federal Hill and Pigtown Main Streets Receive Grants for Small Businesses from the State of Maryland

Federal Hill Main Street and Pigtown Main Street are among the 41 main street programs across the state that will receive funding from the State of Maryland. Governor Larry Hogan today announced $7 million in awards for these programs.

| February 23, 2021 | 0 Comments
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Physical Therapy Practice Specializing in Pelvic Health Opens in Federal Hill

Physical Therapy Practice Specializing in Pelvic Health Opens in Federal Hill

Joy Noble DPT opened a physical therapy practice in recent months at the Vision complex at 12 W. Montgomery St. in Federal Hill/Otterbein. Noble specializes in pelvic health, pregnancy and postpartum recovery, dry needling, orthopedic rehabilitation, and transgender care.

| February 22, 2021 | 0 Comments
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TWISB Podcast, Episode 10: Discussing the Restaurant Industry During COVID-19 with Dave Rather of Mother’s

TWISB Podcast, Episode 10: Discussing the Restaurant Industry During COVID-19 with Dave Rather of Mother’s

On Episode 10 of This Week in South Baltimore, Nate and Kevin chat with Mother’s Federal Hill Grille owner Dave Rather about the 24-year history of his popular restaurant, how restaurants are handling COVID-19 and recent setbacks in the city, and his plans for the future.

| February 15, 2021 | 0 Comments
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Federal Hill Prep Hosting Virtual Trivia Night Fundraiser on Friday, February 26th

Federal Hill Prep Hosting Virtual Trivia Night Fundraiser on Friday, February 26th

PREPwinterFest, Federal Hill Prep’s annual adults-only fundraiser, is getting a virtual—and competitive—makeover for 2021. Gather your friends for PREPwinterFest Virtual Trivia Night on Friday, February 26 and test your knowledge across a wide range of topics such as movies, music, history, sports, and more as you vie for the PREPwinterFest Trivia Crown. 

| February 17, 2021 | 0 Comments
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Portion of Cross Street in Federal Hill to Close Again in the Spring for Outdoor Dining

Portion of Cross Street in Federal Hill to Close Again in the Spring for Outdoor Dining

Federal Hill Main Street told SouthBMore.com that the north side of the unit block of E. Cross St. will once again close for outdoor dining this spring, likely in March. This first started in July of last year, but was removed in December when Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott implemented a temporary ban on indoor and outdoor dining in the city.

| February 8, 2021 | 0 Comments
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New Phase of the BGE Gas Main Replacement in South Baltimore Begins Today

New Phase of the BGE Gas Main Replacement in South Baltimore Begins Today

UPDATE – MyBGE Gas Main Replacement and Resurfacing – South Baltimore Operation Pipeline Phase 4

| February 5, 2021 | 0 Comments
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Pet Grooming Salon ‘Groom Haven’ Opening Today in Federal Hill

Pet Grooming Salon ‘Groom Haven’ Opening Today in Federal Hill

Pet grooming salon Groom Haven is opening today at 41 E. Fort Ave. in Federal Hill. Groom Haven takes over a first-floor retail space that was Custom Touch Cleaners before it closed last year.

| February 5, 2021 | 0 Comments
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Rental Spotlight: Charming Three-Bedroom South Baltimore Rowhome with a Finished Basement, Rooftop Deck, and Garage

Rental Spotlight: Charming Three-Bedroom South Baltimore Rowhome with a Finished Basement, Rooftop Deck, and Garage

City charm at its finest with this three-bedroom home with a finished basement in South Baltimore! The home features reclaimed hardwood floors, exposed brick, reclaimed wood shelves, a built-in desk made of an old beam from the house, a custom dining set made of reclaimed wood, concrete countertops, stainless steel appliances, subway tile, tons of storage, and more.

| February 3, 2021 | 0 Comments
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Diablo Doughnuts Closes Federal Hill Shop, Relocating to Brooklyn and Launching Food Truck

Diablo Doughnuts Closes Federal Hill Shop, Relocating to Brooklyn and Launching Food Truck

Diablo Doughnuts announced this week it has closed its Federal Hill shop at 1035 Light St. in Federal Hill and will be relocating its operations to 3432 S. Hanover St. in Brooklyn. The Brooklyn location is also the home of The Smoking Swine, and Dizzy Cow Pizzeria. 

| February 2, 2021 | 0 Comments
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Illusions Magic Bar Gets Donation from ‘The Famous Fund’

Illusions Magic Bar Gets Donation from ‘The Famous Fund’

The initial recipients of funds were South Baltimore bars Shotti’s Point Charm City and Sliders Bar & Grille, in addition to The Chasseur, G&A Restaurant, and The Angle Inn. With The Famous Fund growing, new businesses are being nominated and the latest recipient is Federal Hill’s Illusions Magic Bar, which received a $15,000 donation.

| January 28, 2021 | 0 Comments
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Local Entertainment Venues Receive Aid From Governor Hogan’s RELIEF Act

Local Entertainment Venues Receive Aid From Governor Hogan’s RELIEF Act

Yesterday, Maryland Governor Larry Hogan announced $30 million in stimulus funds for more than 90 live music and performance venues around Maryland. Many South Baltimore and Downtown venues were recipients of this aid.

| January 19, 2021 | 0 Comments
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Sliders and Shotti’s To Receive Aid from Jimmy’s Famous Seafood’s Fundraising Campaign

Sliders and Shotti’s To Receive Aid from Jimmy’s Famous Seafood’s Fundraising Campaign

Jimmy’s Famous Seafood has launched a GoFundMe fundraising effort to support local restaurants struggling due to the current dining shutdown in Baltimore City implemented by Mayor Brandon Scott. Beneficiaries of this fundraiser will be South Baltimore bars Shotti’s Point Charm City and Sliders Bar & Grille, in addition to The Chasseur, G&A Restaurant, and The Angle Inn.

| January 19, 2021 | 0 Comments
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Commercial Spotlight: Creative Open Spaces for Lease on Fort Avenue in Federal Hill

Commercial Spotlight: Creative Open Spaces for Lease on Fort Avenue in Federal Hill

The building is located on the corner of Fort Ave and Battery Ave and is one block from Riverside Park. There is 4,400 SF available on the first floor and 3,300 SF available on the Third Floor, both available for immediate occupancy. The First Floor features high ceilings and was formerly a commercial kitchen

| January 14, 2021 | 0 Comments
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Abbey Burger Bistro Receives Aid from Barstool Sports

Abbey Burger Bistro Receives Aid from Barstool Sports

Abbey Burger Bistro will be the second business from Federal Hill to receive aid from Barstool Sports’ The Barstool Fund, which was started with a $500,000 donation by Barstool Sports founder Dave Portnoy and now has raised more than $22.4 million. The fund has received donations from celebrities such as Tom Brady, Aaron Rodgers, Guy Fieri, Dana White, and Kid Rock.

| January 11, 2021 | 0 Comments
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Riverside Bar ‘Idle Hour’ Featured in New York Times Article about Chartreuse

Riverside Bar ‘Idle Hour’ Featured in New York Times Article about Chartreuse

New York Times recently published a profile on the French liqueur Chartreuse which has been made by monks for more than 400 years. Riverside bar Idle Hour has become well known as a place to get this unique spirit that is prominently displayed behind the bar. Idle Hour owners Randal Etheridge and Brendan Finnerty were quoted in the article.

| January 4, 2021 | 0 Comments
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