The BricknFire Pizza Company, whose brick oven on a trailer has been serving fast, gourmet pizza at various Baltimore-area locations for two years now, will be opening a restaurant at Marriott Inner Harbor in June. Read More →
The Inner Harbor’s Shake Shack has done well since it opened in 2015 (so well that the city is trying hoping to replicate it with another redevelopment project further down Pratt Street). According to Fortune, much of that business might be due to the eatery’s introduction of a “long-term game changer” — the Chick’n Shack sandwich. Read More →
The 2015 Healthy Harbor Report Card is out and it came as no surprise that the Inner Harbor’s water quality received a failing grade. Again. We recently outlined seven big ideas underway to reduce the Baltimore-area’s sewage, trash, and stormwater pollution that flows into the Inner Harbor. Here’s what you need to know about this year’s report card.
Blue Water Baltimore’s Executive Director Halle Van der Gaag summed it up the best at the report card’s unveiling, “It used to be lonely working to clean up our waterways; it felt as if it was just us. But since the 2010 launch of the Healthy Harbor Initiative, which brought government, nonprofits, and the community together, the team has built in expertise, focus, finances and resolve. While we must ensure a lot of infrastructure work happens before 2020, we just may be swimming this harbor after all.”
Can there ever be enough pizza? It’s a question for all time. But in the snapshot of Baltimore in the first months of 2016, the answer is a resounding no. Read More →
It’s been 40 years since a fleet of tall ships sailed into Baltimore’s Inner Harbor to celebrate the nation’s Bicentennial – an event that predated Harborplace, drew thousands to the city’s waterfront and was largely credited with sparking the urban renaissance that followed.
This year it will happen again, as nearly a dozen historic vessels from around the world sail into Baltimore’s harbor and offer visitors a chance to tour the ships and learn about their history. Read More →
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