New Baltimore City Executive Order: Phase 1 Restrictions

On February 19th, 2021,  Mayor Brandon Scott signed an executive order affecting many different businesses in Baltimore City. This executive order will go into effect on February 22nd at 6:00 am. Of note: Gatherings: All gatherings must comply with any relevant occupancy based upon the space in which they are located. Food Service Establishments, Bars, and Breweries: One-hour max time limit is removed. Restaurants must continue to …

2020 Waterfront Holiday Gift Guide

Introducing our first ever Waterfront Holiday Guide. From shopping, dining, events and more – if it’s happening at Baltimore’s Waterfront during the holidays, you’ll find it here! Scroll down, find something new, and don’t forget to support local businesses this holiday season. 2020 Waterfront Holiday Gift Guide 1) The AIR FORT is the first kid’s fort to hit the market …

2020 Waterfront Holiday Events

Holidays in Harbor East Joyful Jams Enjoy the sweet sounds of holidays on the harbor. Join Harbor East on December 5th, 12th and 19th from 12pm-4pm for Joyful Jams. Shop and dine the best of Baltimore while you take in live music and festive tunes from local artists. Plus, enjoy a special visit from Santa with (safe, socially distanced) photos …

Thanksgiving at the Waterfront

Thanksgiving is usually a time when families and friends gather around to enjoy a delicious meal and thoughtful conversation. Although COVID-19 may be preventing us from visiting family or entertaining friends, that doesn’t mean the holiday can’t be celebrated. We’ve gathered a list of some of the Waterfront’s best restaurants serving for Thanksgiving, whether they’re offering to-go specials or are …

The City of Baltimore is Gearing Up For Virtual Bike to Work Week

BALTIMORE, MD — Today, Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young, Department of Transportation Director Steve Sharkey and the Baltimore Metropolitan Council announced that the City of Baltimore is gearing up for a virtual Bike to Work Week.  “Bike to Work celebrations are held annually each September throughout the United States and Canada to promote cycling as a practical option for commuting to work,” …

Shop Locally on the Waterfront

Our Waterfront districts are full of unique shops and galleries, offering a diverse shopping experience including handcrafted items and gifts sourced and created locally. Now more than ever, Baltimore’s small-business community needs support from its neighbors and visitors. Take a stroll along the Waterfront to enjoy safe and socially distanced sidewalk sales and reopened retailers today! All Waterfront retailers are …

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Wolfe Street Road Work Will Soon Begin in Fell’s Point

Traffic Advisory The Baltimore City Department of Transportation would like to advise motorists that road work will soon begin along a portion of Wolfe Street in Fell’s Point. On or about Monday, August 31, 2020 crews will begin regrouting a portion of the cobblestone roadway along Wolfe Street between Thames and S. Fell Streets.  Crews will be working in the roadway daily …

54 Independently-Owned Small Businesses Welcome You!

(Article provided by Fell’s Point Main Street, https://fellspointmainstreet.org/) Since 1763, Fell’s Point merchants have welcomed visitors to their independently-owned shops in this beautiful  historic district.  The neighborhood is  filled with 54 retail shops and art galleries offering a diverse assortment of handcrafted items and unique gifts not found in big box stores.  Find one of a kind pieces handcrafted by local artisans. …

All About Outside Dining in Fell’s Point

(Article provided by Fell’s Point Main Street, https://fellspointmainstreet.org/) During the past decade, we have all witnessed the great eagerness to get outside with the reemergence of rooftop decks, cafes with propane heaters & blankets, and garage doors open in good weather.  The Fell’s Point restaurant community has moved outside!  Twenty four restaurants have moved their tables and chairs into the street …

Twenty-Four Restaurants Offering Outside Dining in Fell’s Point

(Article provided by Fell’s Point Main Street, https://fellspointmainstreet.org/) During the past decade, we have all witnessed the great eagerness to get outside with the reemergence of rooftop decks, cafes with propane heaters & blankets, and garage doors open in good weather.  The Fell’s Point restaurant community has moved outside!  Twenty four restaurants have moved their tables and chairs into the …