Pratt Street Ale House stands out in downtown Baltimore. It is a three-story brick building with navy blue trimmed: windows, shudders and roof. One of their walls has a red Parrot tacked on it. Pratt Street Ale House is practically screaming for our attention. Their gaudy aesthetics are as original as their selection of beer,… Continue reading Pratt Street Ale House: Baltimore’s Brewery
Swallow at the Hollow sits on the corner of E. Northern Parkway and York Road. You’ll spot their stripped awning with a bold white type face from the street. It is hallowed ground and a favorite local bar. It is surrounded by other attractions. When you enter there is a Rasta colored bird with a bow-tie… Continue reading Local Haunt: Swallow at the Hollow
Among the quirky shops and boutiques between W. 34th Street and Chestnut Ave in Hampden are two quaint coffee shops that beautifully contrast each-other; Spro and Common Ground. Spro has a bright atmosphere reflected in their blue and white stripped awning and modestly decorated white walls. Walk past the tables and counter toward another room filled… Continue reading Hidden Gems In Hampden
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