“Note”-worthy pit stops at a museum, a record store and an outdoor pavilion
Weekend brunchers at Gertrude’s in the Baltimore Museum of Art dig into famous crab cakes and bop along to a lively jazz band. In Fells Point, vinyl hunters find rare new releases at The Sound Garden (above) and groove to occasional in-store performances by national and local bands.
Hometown rocker Frank Zappa lives on in bronze (above) at the Southeast Branch of Enoch Pratt Free Library in Highlandtown, where it gazes out across Frank Zappa Way. Joe Squared (Station North/Inner Harbor) draws artists and students who crave live tunes along with their unconventional pizzas.
Big-name acts and smaller groups alike have played the stage at Pier Six Pavilion (above), a popular outdoor venue with views of the Inner Harbor and a lawn for relaxing. At The Get Down in Harbor East, adult music fans of all ages let down their hair and dance to deejays till 2 a.m.