Baltimore’s “impressive rise in young entrepreneurs has unleashed a whole new set of attractions – from its budding art and culture scene to its award-winning culinary, quirky neighbourhoods and fascinating history – not to mention the infectious crab craze, and electric nightlife,” according to a new article put out this week by the Evening Standard. This wonderful, in-depth look into Baltimore’s current renaissance highlights some of Charm City’s most eclectic cultural offerings and it’s vibrant culinary scene.
Broken down into sections discussing art, history, brunches (we really do the best brunches here), neighborhoods, the “Crab Craze,” dining, nightlife, spirits, Honfest, and accommodations, author Sagal Mohammed does justice to so many of the best parts of our fair city during his tour. It is wonderful to see international recognition for our unique destinations, such as the always fascinating American Visionary Art Museum, massive street art through Open Walls Baltimore, and literary tours through Mt. Vernon.
Visiting some of our top foodie destinations, Mohammed highlights a range of Baltimore dining from the top-notch Bygone in the Four Seasons and La Cuchara in Clipper Mill to neighborhood staples such as Dooby’s and Artifact Coffee. The author also dedicates an entire section to the Sagamore Whisky Distillery and the newly relocated Union Craft Brewery.
Closing out his enthusiastic tour of the city, the author gives a glowing review of the Hotel Revival, the new, art deco boutique hotel in the heart of Mt. Vernon. We are always thrilled to read such positive experiences of visitors to our great city!