Mary­land Sci­ence Cen­ter

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When it opened in 1976, this smart play­ground (page 19) was a pi­o­neer in the re­vi­tal­iza­tion of the now-bustling In­ner Har­bor. Since then, it’s been get­ting kids ex­cited about sci­ence through in­ter­ac­tive ex­hibits like a walk-in beat­ing heart, ready-to-wear space suits and di­nosaur fos­sil digs (above). The an­niver­sary cel­e­bra­tion, “40 Sum­mers of Sci­ence,” goes through Sept. 5 with Bub­ble Days, Pa­tio Par­ties and more. See md­sci.org.

When it opened in 1992, Ori­ole Park at Cam­den Yards set a new stan­dard for ur­ban, base­ball-only sta­di­ums, and it re­mains one of the ma­jors’ most beloved fields. Here are nine in­nings of tips to make your visit a home run. FIRST Be sure to get to your seats in time for the na­tional an­them. Fans yell “O!” as the per­former sings, “O say does that star-span­gled ban­ner yet wave.” The shout- out is a trib­ute to both the team and the lyrics that were penned in Bal­ti­more’s har­bor by Fran­cis Scott Key. SEC­OND A relic from the site’s rail-yard days, the circa 1900 B&O Ware­house is the sta­dium’s sig­na­ture back­drop. Stroll inside to sam­ple a base­ballthemed beer (Wild Pitch Wheat, Rain De­lay IPA) at Dempsey’s, named for an Ori­oles catcher, or shop for gear at the team store. THIRD Walk along Eutaw Street, be­tween the ware­house and the sta­dium, and look down at the plaques show­ing where homers landed. In a game, no one’s ever hit the ware­house— 432 feet from home plate down the right field line. FOURTH Grab a bite at Boog’s BBQ, op­er­ated by leg­endary first base­man Boog Pow­ell. Pit beef, a Bal­ti­more spe­cialty, is the fo­cus, and as the lines prove, Boog does it right. You might even spot the big man him­self be­hind the counter or work­ing the crowd. FIFTH Stand in the Flag Court, and watch the game from above the right field score­board. Flags for each Amer­i­can League team are flown in or­der of the cur­rent di­vi­sional stand­ings. SIXTH If the chil­dren are get­ting antsy, take them to the Kids’ Cor­ner, fea­tur­ing a moon bounce, speed pitch and bat­ting cage. Af­ter Sun­day games, kids un­der 14 can run the bases. SEV­ENTH Re­turn to your seats for a sing-along version of “Thank God I’m a Coun­try Boy.” The team started play­ing the John Den­ver tune in the 1970s, and it’s been a sev­enth-in­ning sta­ple ever since. EIGHTH As­cend to the Roof Deck, over­look­ing cen­ter field. You need a ticket to sit in one of the seats, but anyone is wel­come to stand and watch the game on the field or on one of the full-ser­vice bar’s TVs. NINTH When the game’s tight, of­ten there’s ac­tion in the bullpens, where the relief pitch­ers warm up. Along the rail­ing above them, fans line up for great views of 90-mileper-hour fast­balls that pop into the catcher’s glove. Nearby, Ori­oles Leg­ends Park dis­plays stat­ues of six greats, in­clud­ing Cal Rip­ken Jr. and Frank Robin­son. EX­TRA IN­NINGS At Pick­les Pub, in the shadow of the sta­dium, sa­vor a beer (or two) and cel­e­brate a win, or drown your sor­rows and pro­claim, “We’ll get ‘em to­mor­row!”

PAT­TER­SON PARK Bal­ti­more’s “best back­yard” of­fers play­grounds, foun­tains and the Audubon Cen­ter. From the top of the 1891 Vic­to­rian Pagoda (left), views ex­tend to down­town and the har­bor. At the boat lake, glimpse great blue herons and other wildlife.

July 19, 31 & Aug. 9, 21 (6:308:30 p.m.): Sum­mer Con­cert Se­ries; Sept. 10-11 (times vary): Bal­ti­more Ukrainian Fes­ti­val CYLBURN AR­BORE­TUM A pe­riod man­sion an­chors this for­mer pri­vate es­tate (above). Walk, hike or jog along 11 trails, or visit the Na­ture Museum dis­play­ing Mary­land birds, bird eggs, fos­sils and seashells.

Satur­days through Sept. (8:159:30 a.m.): Yoga The Mary­land Zoo, Howard Peters Rawl­ings Con­ser­va­tory & Botanic Gar­dens (bot­tom), a play­ground, a pool, trails, and an 18-hole disc golf course.

Wed­nes­days through Sept. (3:30-7:30 p.m.): Druid Hill Farm­ers Mar­ket; July 24 (10 a.m.– 6 p.m.): Bal­ti­more Pride; Aug. 20 (times vary): The New Africa Fes­ti­val

ment only. www.christo­pher­schafer. com. 1400 Aliceanna St., Har­bor East, 410.404.5131 Map E7 DOUBLEDUTCH— Women’s styles by well-known de­sign­ers (Orla Kiely) and lo­cals (Pis­tol Stitched). Bags, sun­glasses, jew­elry, hand­made ap­parel. Mon.Thurs. 11 a.m.- 6 p.m., Fri.-Sat. till 7 p.m., Sun. noon-5 p.m. www.doubledutch bou­tique.com. 1021 W. 36th St., Ham­p­den, 410.554.0055 North of Map A1 HAND­BAGS IN THE CITY— De­signer bags and ready-to-wear women’s cloth­ing. DVF, Tory Burch and Kate Spade, etc. Mon.-Fri. 10 a.m.-7 p.m., Sat. till 8 p.m., Sun. noon-5 p.m. www.hand­bagsinthe city.com. 840 Aliceanna St., Har­bor East, 410.528.1443 Map E7 HATS IN THE BEL­FRY— Ca­sual, de­signer, dress and fash­ion hats. Clas­sic fe­do­ras, porkpies, straw hats, news­boys, cow­boy hats. Hours vary by lo­ca­tion. www.hatsinthe­bel­fry.com. Har­bor Place, 201 E. Pratt St., In­ner Har­bor, 410.528.0060 Map D6; 813-A S. Broad­way, Fells Point, 667.239.3655 Map F7 HUNT­ING GROUND— Lesser-known brands and vin­tage in an old church. Mon.-Thurs. 11 a.m.-7 p.m., Fri.-Sat. till 8 p.m., Sun. noon- 6 p.m. www­sho­phunt ing­ground.com. 3649 Falls Rd., Ham­p­den, 410.243.0789 North of Map A1 KATWALK— Mod rocker pieces with “bling” and Bo­hemian styles. Fem­i­nine dresses and blouses plus edgy leathers. Mitchell and Co. hand-made, all-nat­u­ral soaps. Mon. 11 a.m.-7 p.m., Tues.-Thurs. till 8 p.m., Fri.-Sat. till 8:30 p.m., Sun. till 6 p.m. www.face book.com/kat­walk­fash­ion­show­room/ time­line. 1709 Aliceanna St., Fells Point, 410.669.0600 Map F7 PARTY DRESS BOU­TIQUE— Date-night looks and ac­ces­sories. New ar­rivals monthly. Mon.-Fri. 10 a.m.-9 p.m. www. par­ty­dress­bou­tique.com. 723 S. Broad­way, Fells Point, 410.675.5105 Map F7 SAMUEL PARKER CLOTH­IER— Since 1921, tra­di­tional menswear and fur­nish­ings. Hand-tai­lored Sa­muel­sohn suits, Ralph Lau­ren footwear and Robert Tal­bott shirts and neck­wear. Mon.-Fri. 10 a.m.- 6 p.m., Sat. till 5 p.m. www. samuel­parker.com. 86 Vil­lage Sq., Cross Keys, 410.435.5000 SIX­TEEN TONS— Vin­tage-in­spired men’s shirts and denim, ac­ces­sories, hats. Sun.-Mon. noon-5 p.m., Tues.-Thurs. 11 a.m.- 6 p.m., Fri.-Sat. till 7 p.m., Sun. noon-5 p.m. www.shop16­tons. com. 1021 W. 36th St., Ham­p­den, 410.554.0101 North of Map A1 STEPHEN WISE DESIGNS— Lo­cal de­signer’s suits and ac­ces­sories, plus tai­lor­ing ser­vices and oc­ca­sional sewing classes. Mon.-Sat. 8:30 a.m.- 6 p.m. www. lex­ing­ton­mar­ket.com. 216 N. Paca St., 667.309.6021, Down­town, Map C5 UN­DER AR­MOUR BRAND HOUSE— Flag­ship of Bal­ti­more-based per­for­mance brand. Work­out ap­parel, plus footwear and ac­ces­sories. In­no­va­tion Cen­ter with new­est prod­ucts, some not yet re­leased. Mon.-Sat. 10 a.m.-9 p.m., Sun. 11 a.m.-7 p.m. www.un­der­ar­mour. com. 700 S. Pres­i­dent St., Har­bor East, 410.528.5304 Map E7 ROBERT MCCLINTOCK STU­DIO GALLERY— Vi­brant works on the quirk­i­ness and beauty of Bal­ti­more. McClintock’s medium: pho­tog­ra­phy merged with dig­i­tal paint­ing. Tues.-Sat. 11 a.m.-7 p.m., Sun. 11 a.m.-5 p.m. www. robertm­c­clin­tock.com. 1809 Thames St., Fells Point, 410.814.2800 Map F7 ATOMIC BOOKS— Ob­scure comics, mag­a­zines, DVDs. A fa­vorite of na­tive son John Wa­ters (who re­ceives his fan mail here). Next door, sis­ter shop Cel­e­brated Sum­mer record store. Mon.-Thurs. 11 a.m.-7 p.m., Fri.-Sat. till 8 p.m., Sun. till 6 p.m. www.atomic books.com. 3620 Falls Rd., Ham­p­den, 410.662.4444 North of Map A1 BOOK ESCAPE— New and used books in wel­com­ing en­vi­ron­ment with comfy chairs, neatly ar­ranged shelves. Mon.Sat. 10 a.m.- 6 p.m., Sun. noon- 6 p.m. www.the­bookescape.com. 805 Light St., Fed­eral Hill, 410.504.1902 Map C8 THE CHIL­DREN’S BOOK­STORE— Fine chil­dren’s lit­er­a­ture and illustration. Stuffed toys, pup­pets, posters, sea­sonal items, cards, au­dio tapes and CDs also avail­able. Mon.-Sat. 10 a.m.-5:30 p.m. www.thecb­store. com. 737 Deep­dene Rd., Roland Park, 410.532.2000 North of Map B1 THE KELMSCOTT BOOK­SHOP— Rare and fine books, manuscripts, prints and an­tique “book art.” Mon.-Fri. 10 a.m.6 p.m. Sat. by appointment. www.kelm scot­t­book­shop.com. 34 W. 25th St., Charles Vil­lage, 410.235.6810 Map C1 AMUSE TOYS— Eco-friendly spe­cialty toy store of­fer­ing ed­u­ca­tional games, stuffed an­i­mals and other well-made items. A variety of prod­ucts open and on dis­play for in-store play time. Mon.-Sat. 10 a.m.-7 p.m., Sun. till 6 p.m. www.amuse­toys.com. 1623 Thames St., Fells Point, 410.342.5000 Map E7; 2580 Quarry Lake Dr., Quarry Lake, 410.415.0000 THE COR­DUROY BUT­TON— In­fant and chil­dren’s ap­parel (fea­tur­ing lo­cal de­sign­ers) plus rain boots and toys. Mon.-Sun. 11 a.m.-7 p.m. 1635 Thames St., Fells Point, 410.276.5437 Map E7 WEE CHIC— Sim­ple trendy cloth­ing and ac­ces­sories for chil­dren from new­borns

CU­RIOS­ITY In­te­rior de­signer-owned bou­tique for light­ing, ac­ces­sories, frames, prints. Tues.-Fri. noon-7 p.m., Sat. 11 a.m.- 6 p.m., Sun. noon.- 4 p.m. www.cu­rios­i­ty­forthe­home.com. 1000 Lan­caster St., Har­bor East, 410.727.6262 Map E6 HOUSEWERKS  An “ar­chi­tec­tural work­shop” of dec­o­ra­tive ob­jects like light fixtures, tile and in­dus­trial el­e­ments in the circa-1885 Ba­yard Street Sta­tion. www.house­w­erkssal­vage. com. 1415 Ba­yard St., Car­roll Park, 410.685.8047 Map A8 MCLAIN WIESAND  Cus­tom-built fur­ni­ture by crafts­men fo­cus­ing on “fine art” in their designs. Sam­ple prod­ucts in on­line cat­a­log. Mon.-Fri. 9 a.m.5 p.m. www.mclain­wiesand.com.

FOR RENT Footwear from in­de­pen­dent and ma­jor in­ter­na­tional de­sign­ers. Plus ap­parel, ac­ces­sories and an in-store gallery high­light­ing lo­cal artists. www. for­rentshoes.com. 515 Cathe­dral St., Mount Vernon, 443.873.9928 Map C2 MA PE­TITE SHOE  Jef­frey Camp­bell, Dolce Vita, Sey­chelles, vegan lines. Cafe next door. Ar­ti­san cho­coloates. Store: Mon.-Thurs., Sat. 11 a.m.7 p.m., Fri. till 8 p.m., Sun. noon5 p.m. Cafe: Tues.-Thurs. 10 a.m.7 p.m., Fri. till 8 p.m., Sat. 9 a.m.7 p.m., Sun. 9 a.m.- 5 p.m., (Choco­late Happy Hour from 6 p.m.) www.ma pe­titeshoe.com. 832 W. 36th St., Ham­p­den, 410.235.3442 North of Map A1 POPPY AND STELLA Bou­tique stock­ing la­bels like Pour La Vic­toire, Oh Deer!, Jimmy Choo and Jef­frey Camp­bell. Hand­bags, ac­ces­sories. Mon.-Thurs. 11 a.m.-7 p.m., Fri.-Sat. till 8 p.m., Sun. noon- 6 p.m. www.pop­pyand­stella. com. 728 S. Broad­way, Fells Point, 410.522.1970 Map F7 SASSANOVA Bright pink walls and chee­tah car­pet cre­at­ing a col­or­ful back­drop for de­signer shoes and ac­ces­sories. Kate Spade, The Prin­tery. Mon.-Sat. 10 a.m.-8 p.m., Sun. noon.5 p.m. www.sassanova.com. 805 Aliceanna St., Har­bor East, 410.244.1114 Map E7

MCCORMICK WORLD OF FLA­VORS  Bal­ti­more-based spice com­pany’s first store, na­tional and in­ter­na­tional brands. Cook­ing demos, his­tory “wall.” Mon.-Sat. 10 a.m.-9 p.m., Sun. noon6 p.m. www.face­book.com/mccormick world­of­fla­vors. 301 Light St., In­ner Har­bor, 443.853.1355 Map D6 MILK & HONEY MAR­KET Gro­ceries for lo­ca­vores. Re­gional meat, cheese, bread, pasta. Deli counter plus espresso bar. Daily 7 a.m.-7 p.m. www.milka­nd­honey­bal­ti­more.com. 816 Cathe­dral St., Mount Vernon, 410.685.6455 Map C3

WALTERS ART MUSEUM  Art, jew­elry, me­dieval ar­mor and Egyp­tian col­lec­tion (vir­tual au­topsy of a mummy). “Cham­ber of Won­ders,” the imag­i­nary gallery of a fic­tional 17th-cen­tury Flem­ish noble. Small sculp­tures from Me­soamer­ica. Au­dio tours. “Waste Not: The Art of Me­dieval Re­cy­cling,” 20 ob­jects ex­plor­ing 5th- to 15th-cen­tury ap­proaches to the re­use of materials like gold, stone, ivory, glass and parch­ment, through Sept. 18. “From Rye to Raphael: The Walters Story,” art and ar­ti­facts il­lus­trat­ing the sto­ries be­hind the Walters fam­ily’s gift col­lec­tion to the city es­tab­lish­ing the museum, on­go­ing. Wed.-Sun. 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Thurs. till 9 p.m. Free walk-in tours. Café. www.the­wal­ters.org. 600 N. Charles St., 410.547.9000 Map C3 free. www.nps.gov/fomc. 2400 E. Fort Ave., 410.962.4290 South of Map F8 HIS­TORIC SHIPS IN BAL­TI­MORE  The USS Con­stel­la­tion, from 1854, was the last Civil War-era ves­sel built by the Navy. Af­ter years of restora­tion, the 1,400-ton, 179-foot war­ship re­turned to the In­ner Har­bor in 1999. Other In­ner Har­bor ships to tour: Taney, the last sur­viv­ing war­ship of Pearl Har­bor; Torsk, a sub from World War II; Ch­e­sa­peake, a light­ship that guided early-1900s mariners across the Ch­e­sa­peake Bay. Daily from 10 a.m. Hours vary by month; call to con­firm. One ship: $5-$11, two ships: $6-$15, four ships: $7-$18; 5 and un­der free. www.his­toric­ships.org. Pier 1, 301 E. Pratt St., 410.539.1797 Map D6 M&T BANK STA­DIUM  Home of Bal­ti­more’s NFL fran­chise (and Su­per Bowl XLVII cham­pi­ons!) the Ravens since 1998. 71,000-ca­pac­ity sta­dium (119 suites and 8,196 club seats) west of the In­ner Har­bor. www. bal­ti­mor­eravens.com. 1101 Russell St., 410.261.7283 Map B8 MARY­LAND SCI­ENCE CEN­TER Three lev­els of in­ter­ac­tive ex­hibits. Live demos like “Di­nosaur Mys­ter­ies,” “Fol­low the Blue Crab” and new­est “Sci­ence & Main.” The Shed, DIY work­shop for all ages. 50-foot domed Davis Planetarium, an IMAX theater with five-sto­ry­high movie screens, show­ing films like “Born to Be Wild,” “Pen­guins,” “Star-Span­gled Ban­ner: An­them of Lib­erty.” ( Through Sept. 4) Mon-Thurs. 10 a.m.- 6 p.m., Fri. till 8 p.m., Sat.-Sun. till 6 p.m. ( The Shed, Kids Room, SciLab close ear­lier. Check web­site for hours af­ter La­bor Day.) $24.95, se­niors $23.95, chil­dren 3-12 $18.95, un­der 3 free. IMAX ex­tra. Dis­counted ad­mis­sion on First Fri­days (start­ing Oct.) and Fri­days af­ter 5 p.m. Gift shop and cafe. www.md­sci. org. 601 Light St., 410.685.5225 Map C7 THE MARY­LAND ZOO IN BAL­TI­MORE  More than 1,500 an­i­mals on 160 acres. Rap­tor Gar­den, Gi­raffe Feed­ing Sta­tion, Po­lar Bear Watch and Chim­panzee For­est. Rise and Con­quer, of­fi­cial mas­cots of the NFL Ravens. “Pen­guin Coast,” a state-of-the-art ex­hibit recre­at­ing the South African wa­ter­side home of these en­dan­gered birds, with up-close and un­der­wa­ter views. New­est ad­di­tion: chee­tah broth­ers from San Diego Wildlife Sa­fari Park. “Af­ter Hours with the An­i­mals” on se­lect days when zoo stays open till 7 p.m. with $10 ad­mis­sion. Camel rides ($7) through La­bor Day. Check web­site for sched­ule. Mon.-Thurs. 10 a.m.- 4 p.m., Fri.-Sat. 9:30 a.m.- 4 p.m. $18, se­niors $15, chil­dren $13, un­der 2 free. Free park­ing. www.mary­land­zoo.org. Druid Hill Park, 443.552.5296 North of Map B1 NA­TIONAL AQUAR­IUM  Nearly 20,000 crea­tures housed in rain for­est, Aus­tralian river gorge and co­ral reef ecosys­tems. See jel­lies and an­i­mal feed­ings. 4-D Im­mer­sion Theater and Har­bor Mar­ket Kitchen. On­go­ing ex­hibits like “Liv­ing Seashore” with two touch pools. “Black­tip Reef,” a 260,000gal­lon Indo-Pa­cific co­ral reef ex­hibit with up-close views of sharks, st­ingrays and a 500-pound sea tur­tle. “Dol­phin Dis­cov­ery,” all-day ac­cess to dol­phins and ex­perts, fea­tur­ing train­ing, play, feed­ing times and more. Mon.-Thurs. and Sat.-Sun. 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Fri. till 8 p.m. $24.95-$39.95, un­der 3 free. Spe­cial tours vary. On­line pur­chase with timed en­try rec­om­mended. At the In­ner Har­bor. www.aqua.org. 501 E. Pratt St., 410.576.3800 Map D6 NA­TIONAL GREAT BLACKS IN WAX MUSEUM  Tableaux of 100 fig­ures: civil rights lead­ers, ath­letes, African cit­i­zens, min­is­ters, politi­cians and no­ta­bles like Langston Hughes and Bal­ti­morean Bil­lie Hol­i­day. Ex­hibits on slav­ery and the Mid­dle Pas­sage. Mon.-Sat. 9 a.m.-5 p.m. (closed Mon. Sept.-Oct.), Sun. noon- 6 (till 5 p.m. Sept.-Oct.) p.m. $13, se­niors/stu­dents $12, ages 3-11 $11, un­der 3 free. www. great­blacksin­wax.org. 1601- 03 E. North Ave., 410.563.3404 North of Map E1 ORI­OLE PARK AT CAM­DEN YARDS  Home of Bal­ti­more’s MLB fran­chise, the Ori­oles, built in 1992, of­fer­ing be­hindthe-scenes tours with a peek at the dugout, score­board con­trol room and press box. Learn about the trans­for­ma­tion of a rail­road yard into a world-class ball­park. Tick­ets for tours at north end box of­fice near Gate H. Hourly tours Mon.-Sat. 10 a.m.-1 p.m., Sun. noon3 p.m. $9, se­niors/chil­dren $6, 3 and un­der free. www.ori­oles.com. 333 W. Cam­den St., 888.848.2473 Map B6 PHOENIX SHOT TOWER Be­fore D.C.’s Wash­ing­ton Mon­u­ment, the tallest build­ing in the United States. Take a tour of this bul­let-pro­duc­ing site on the grounds of the Car­roll Man­sion, for­mer res­i­dence of Charles Car­roll, who signed the Dec­la­ra­tion

B&O RAIL­ROAD MUSEUM  Smith­so­nian In­sti­tu­tion af­fil­i­ate with the old­est, most com­pre­hen­sive col­lec­tion of rail­road ar­ti­facts in the Western Hemi­sphere. Site (40 acres) fea­tures the 1851 Mount Clare Sta­tion, 1884 Bald­win Round­house and first mile of com­mer­cial rail­road track in the United States. “The War Came By Train,” rail ar­ti­facts and lo­co­mo­tives com­mem­o­rat­ing the Civil War’s 150th an­niver­sary, on­go­ing. Mon.-Sat. 10 a.m.- 4 p.m., Sun. 11 a.m.4 p.m. $18, se­niors (60+) $16, chil­dren $12, un­der 2 free. www.bo­rail.org. 901 W. Pratt St., 410.752.2490 Map A6 BABE RUTH BIRTH­PLACE MUSEUM  The child­hood res­i­dence of Ge­orge Her­man Ruth Jr. show­cases Babe’s early years. Ex­hibits in­clude “Babe Bat­ted Here”; “Babe: Hus­band, Fa­ther, Friend”; and “’O’ Say Can You See: The Star-Span­gled Ban­ner in Sports.” Daily 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Gift shop. $7, se­niors $5, chil­dren (ages 4-16) $4, un­der 3 free. www.baberuth­mu­seum.com. 216 Emory St., 410.727.1539 Map B6 BAL­TI­MORE CIVIL WAR MUSEUM  Ex­hibits at his­toric Pres­i­dent St. Sta­tion. On April 9, 1861, the first blood­shed of the Civil War oc­curred when a Mas­sachusetts vol­un­teer mili­tia left this sta­tion to walk to the B&O’s Cam­den Sta­tion but was at­tacked by South­ern sym­pa­thiz­ers. Gift shop. Thurs.-Mon. 10 a.m.- 4 p.m. $3, chil­dren (ages 12-18) $2, un­der 12 free. www.civil­war bal­ti­more.com. 601 S. Pres­i­dent St., 443.220.0290 Map E7 BAL­TI­MORE COUNTY HIS­TOR­I­CAL SO­CI­ETY MUSEUM  In a 19th-cen­tury stone build­ing, manuscripts, pho­tos, ledgers and clip­pings doc­u­ment the county’s his­tory. Fri. noon- 4 p.m., Sat. 10 a.m.-2 p.m. $5. www.hsobc.org.

Free. www.irishshrine.org. 1325 Bolton St., 410.669.8154 Map A6 JOHNS HOP­KINS AR­CHAE­O­LOG­I­CAL MUSEUM  More than 700 ob­jects housed in ren­o­vated univer­sity build­ing’s atrium. In­te­rior fea­tures draw­ers for cu­nei­form tablets, stamped bricks from Rome and more. On loan: Goucher Col­lege’s Egyp­tian mummy. Mon.-Fri. 10:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. First Sat. of month noon- 4 p.m. Free. ar­chae olog­i­cal­mu­seum.jhu.edu. 150 Gil­man Hall, 3400 N. Charles St., 410.516.0383 North of Map C1 MARY­LAND HIS­TOR­I­CAL SO­CI­ETY A 150-plus-year-old so­ci­ety with more than 100,000 ar­ti­facts and a li­brary of nearly 7 mil­lion items, in­clud­ing orig­i­nal man­u­script of “The Star-Span­gled Ban­ner” and the orig­i­nal Lady Bal­ti­more statue from the Bat­tle Mon­u­ment, the city’s of­fi­cial em­blem. Pe­riod fur­ni­ture, sil­ver, toys, paint­ings. “What & Why: Col­lect­ing at the Mary­land His­tor­i­cal So­ci­ety” with more than 50 items span­ning four cen­turies of do­na­tions to the museum, in­clud­ing in­flu­en­tial African Amer­i­can jazz mu­si­cian Eu­bie Blake’s prac­tice pi­anos, a wool ta­pes­try of Ge­orge Wash­ing­ton and a sign from re­cently closed LGBTQ venue Club Hippo, through June 30, 2017.

On­go­ing: “In­vent­ing a Na­tion: Mary­land in the Revo­lu­tion­ary Era”; “The Star-Span­gled Ban­ner Gallery”; “Di­vided Voices: Mary­land in the Civil War.” Wed.-Sat. 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Sun. noon-5 p.m. $9, se­niors $7, stu­dents/ chil­dren $6, un­der 3 free. First Thurs. of month free. www.mdhs.org. 201 W. Mon­u­ment St., 410.685.3750 Map C3 NA­TIONAL ELEC­TRON­ICS MUSEUM  Nearly 10,000 ar­ti­facts cel­e­brat­ing sci­ence and engi­neer­ing. Nike Ajax, radar, ra­dios, vac­uum tubes, manuscripts. Among the gal­leries: Cold War, Early Radar and Un­der Seas. Mon.-Fri. 9 a.m.4 p.m., Sat. 10 a.m.-2 p.m. $5, stu­dents/ se­niors $3, 5 and un­der free. www. na­tional­elec­tron­ic­smu­seum.org. 1745 W. Nurs­ery Rd., Linthicum Heights, Md., 410.765.0230 NA­TIONAL MUSEUM OF DEN­TISTRY Ob­jects like Ge­orge Wash­ing­ton’s den­tures shown within the world’s first den­tal col­lege. Films, his­toric teeth, tooth­brushes through time, in­ter­ac­tive ex­hibits that let kids play den­tist. “The Oper­a­tory of the Fu­ture” and “Amer­i­can Col­lege of Den­tists’ Mace and Torch,” sym­bols of the found­ing of the col­lege. Open by appointment only; call to sched­ule a tour. $7, se­niors/ stu­dents $6, ages 3-12 $5, un­der 2 free. www.den­tal­mu­seum.org. 31 S. Greene St., 410.706.7461 Map B5 PORT DIS­COV­ERY Ranked among top five U.S. chil­dren’s mu­se­ums, three lev­els of ac­tiv­i­ties to ed­u­cate and en­ter­tain. Kids get soaked (slick­ers and Crocs pro­vided) in Won­ders of Wa­ter (daily ex­cept Mon.) “Heart and Seoul: Grow­ing Up in Korea,” in­ter­ac­tive in­stal­la­tions like “Restau­rant,” “Apart­ment” and “Korea K-Pop Stars Stu­dio” bring the cap­i­tal city to Bal­ti­more, through Sept. 5. Mon.-Sat. 10 a.m.5 p.m., Sun. noon-5 p.m. $14.95, mil­i­tary/un­der 2 free. www.port­dis­cov­ery. org. 35 Mar­ket Pl., 410.727.8120 Map D6 REGI­NALD F. LEWIS MUSEUM  The ex­pe­ri­ences and con­tri­bu­tions of Mary­land African Amer­i­cans from the past to the present. Three gal­leries, a theater for shows and talks, oral his­tory record­ing stu­dio, class­rooms and cafe. “BMORE Than the Story,” vis­ual and per­for­mance-based works by lo­cal stu­dents shar­ing their ex­pe­ri­ences of the 2015 un­rest, through Aug. 28. “Ques­tion Bridge: Black Males,” video in­stal­la­tion of African Amer­i­can men ask­ing and an­swer­ing provoca­tive ques­tions about race and iden­tity, through Sept. 30.

“Now, That’s Cool!” more than 40 ob­jects do­nated to the museum in the last 10 years, in­clud­ing a signed pho­to­graph of or­a­tor and abo­li­tion­ist Fred­er­ick Dou­glass and a sign from Druid Hill Park la­beled “White Men,” through Dec. 31. Wed.-Sat. 10 a.m.- 5 p.m., third Thurs. 5-8 p.m., Sun. noon-5 p.m. $8, se­niors/chil­dren/stu­dents $6, un­der 6 free. Gift shop. www.lewis­mu­seum.org. 830 E. Pratt St., 443.263.1800 Map D6 THE STAR SPAN­GLED BAN­NER FLAG HOUSE Home of Mary Pick­ers­gill, who sewed the flag that in­spired Fran­cis Scott Key’s lyrics to “The StarS­pan­gled Ban­ner.” Pe­riod fur­ni­ture, war ar­ti­facts and a glass replica of the ban­ner. Dis­cov­ery gallery for kids. Ori­en­ta­tion film. Self-guided tours Tues.-Sat. 10 a.m.- 4 p.m. Do­cent tours Wed., Thurs. Sat. $8, se­niors (55+)/ mil­i­tary $7, stu­dents $6, un­der 6 free. www.flag­house.org. 844 E. Pratt St., 410.837.1793 Map D6

GERTRUDE’S  Amer­i­can. Inside Bal­ti­more Museum of Art, Ch­e­sa­peake crab cakes, burg­ers, seafood gumbo, steaks by celeb chef John Shields. Cock­tails, wines. Tues.-Fri. 11:30 a.m.-9 p.m., Sat. 10 a.m.-9 p.m., Sun. 10 a.m.-8 p.m. Brunch Sat.-Sun. 10 a.m.-3 p.m., jazz on Sun­day. www.gertrudes­bal­ti­more. com. 10 Art Museum Dr., 410.889.3399 $$$ North of Map C1 PARTS & LA­BOR Amer­i­can. Prized chef Spike Gjerde’s restau­rant-butch­ery with 10-foot open hearth in for­mer tire shop. Rib eye, sausages, corned tongue, prize ham­burger, col­lards and rich desserts. Sun.-Thurs. 5-10 p.m., Fri.Sat. 5-11 p.m. www.part­sand­la­bor butch­ery.com. 2600 N. Howard St., 443.873.8887 $$$ North of Map C1

Greek. On a cob­ble­stone street, hospi­tal­ity by the Spil­iadis fam­ily: seafood, rack of lamb, veg­e­tar­ian. Or­ganic in­gre­di­ents, sus­tain­able wines. Pri­vate wine cel­lar dining. Mon.Fri. noon-2:30 p.m., nightly 5-10 p.m. www.the­black­o­live.com. 814 S. Bond St., 410.276.7141 $$$$ Map E8

Amer­i­can. Pop­u­lar spot in the morn­ings, i.e., of­ten a wait for a ta­ble. Break­fast any­time. Reg­u­lars rave about house-made cin­na­mon rolls and Cap­tain Crunch French toast.

THAMES STREET OYS­TER HOUSE  Seafood. New Eng­land- and MidAt­lantic-style fare prepped by Eric Houseknecht: lobster roll, bouil­l­abaisse, crab cakes, skirt steak, also soups, sand­wiches. Wed.-Sun. 11:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m., Sun.-Thurs. 510 p.m., Fri.-Sat. 5 p.m.-mid­night. Bar till 1:30 a.m. daily. www.thames stree­toys­ter­house.com. 1728 Thames St., 443.449.7726 $$$ Map F7 TWIST Mediter­ranean. Bright, hip spot where Mediter­ranean gets a modern bent. Mezze and Greek salad, but also chicken wings and steak Proven­cal salad. En­trees from lamb shank to sand­wiches and burg­ers. Ex­ten­sive brunch menu. Sun.-Thurs. 10 a.m.11 p.m., Fri.-Sat. 9 a.m.-11 p.m. www. twist­fell­s­point.com. 723 S. Broad­way, 410.522.4000 $$ Map F7 WA­TER­FRONT KITCHEN  Amer­i­can. Spot with its own green­house for farm­sourced cook­ing. Mary­land rock­fish, or­ganic chicken, steak and pasta. Tues.Fri. 11:30 a.m.-2 p.m., Tues.-Thurs. 59 p.m., Sat. 10 a.m.-2 p.m., Fri.-Sat. 510 p.m. Sun. 10 a.m.-2 p.m. (brunch) and 5-9 p.m. At Dou­glass-My­ers museum, wa­ter taxi stop #8. Valet p.m. www. wa­ter­fron­tk­itchen.com. 1417 Thames St., 443.681.5310 $$$-$$$$ Map E8

B&O AMER­I­CAN BRASSERIE  Amer­i­can. Stylin’ space in Beaux Arts struc­ture now Ho­tel Monaco. Char­cu­terie, small plates, Mary­land rock­fish with al­monds, duck fat fries, scal­lops with gin­ger. Ar­ti­san wines. Break­fast, lunch, Mon.Thurs. 5-10 p.m., Fri.-Sat. till 11 p.m., Sun. till 9 p.m. Bar later. Happy hour Mon.-Fri. 4:30- 6:30 p.m. www.bando restau­rant.com. 2 N. Charles St., 443.692.6172 $$$ Map C5 BUBBA GUMP SHRIMP CO. Seafood. Na­tional “shrimp com­pany” with wa­ter­front views and pa­tio for crab cakes, hush “pups” (fish), sal­ads, sand­wiches, “bour­bon” skew­ers, jam­bal­aya, Dixie ribs, Key lime pie. Kids menu. Sun.Thurs. 11 a.m.-10 p.m., Fri.-Sat. till 11 p.m. Happy hour week­days 4- 6 p.m. www.bub­bagump.com. 301 Light St., 410.244.0838 $$ Map D7 FAM­ILY MEAL Amer­i­can. “Top Chef” alum Bryan Volt­ag­gio’s Bal­ti­more digs of Fred­er­ick orig­i­nal. Diner clas­sics (fried chicken, Sriracha ketchup meat­loaf) and re­gional fa­vorites (soft shell crab sand­wich, lobster risotto) plus “Happy Campers” kids menu in a 6,000-square-foot space across from aquar­ium. Mon.-Sun. 7 a.m.-10 p.m. bal­ti­more.volt­fam­i­ly­meal.com. 621 E. Pratt St., 410.601.3242 $$ Map D7 FRANK & NIC’S  Amer­i­can. Near Cam­den Yards, “West End Grille” with 15 TVs. Scal­lops, crab cakes, chops, filet and lo mein. Kids’ menu, game day spe­cials, happy hours. Some nights DJ, live mu­sic. Mon.-Fri. 11:30 a.m.1:30 a.m., Sat.-Sun 10 a.m.-1:30 a.m. www.frankand­nics.com. 511 W. Pratt St., 410.685.6800 $$ Map B6

slid­ers, crab cake Bene­dict and sand­wiches, grid­dle cakes, omelets, po’boy, soup and sand­wich com­bos. Mon.-Fri. 7 a.m.-3 p.m., Sat.-Sun. 7:30 a.m.3:30 p.m. www.missshirleys.com. 750 E. Pratt St., 410.528.5373 $$ Map D6; 513 W. Cold Spring Ln., Roland Park, 410.889.5272; 1 Park Place, An­napo­lis, Md., 410.268.5171 MOR­TON’S  Steak­house. Where pow­er­lunch­ers dig into porter­house, New York strip, filet mignon, lobster, shrimp Alexan­der. Cock­tails, bar and som­me­lier team. Sun.-Thurs. 5-10 p.m., Fri.-Sat. till 11 p.m. www.mor­tons.com. 300 S. Charles St., 410.547.8255 $$$$ Map C7 PHILLIPS SEAFOOD  Seafood. In the Power Plant, East­ern shore fa­vorites (crab cakes) plus clams, mahi mahi, lobster since 1956. Sand­wiches, steak, chicken too. Kids menu. Wa­ter­front view, crab deck and live mu­sic. Ship­ping. Sun.-Thurs. 11 a.m.-9 p.m., Fri.-Sat. till 10 p.m. www.phillipsseafood.com. 601 E. Pratt St., 410.685.6600 $$$ Map D6; 7002 Arun­del Mills Cir­cle, Hanover, 443.842.7000 TIN ROOF  Amer­i­can. En­er­getic out­post of Nashville orig­i­nal lo­cated inside Power Plant Live! with mul­ti­ple stages for live mu­sic. Lo­cal bar at­mos­phere with big-screen TVs and a fo­cus on good food: burg­ers, steak sand­wiches, que­sadil­las, wings, plus big sal­ads. Daily 11 a.m.-2 a.m. www.tin­roof bal­ti­more.com. 32 Mar­ket Pl., 443.873.8137 $ Map D5 TIR NA NOG  Ir­ish. Well-ap­pointed pub with fur­nish­ings from Ire­land. Ir­ish clas­sics like herb-crusted rack of lamb, shep­herd’s pie plus Amer­i­can burg­ers and fries. Grab a pint, and watch the har­bor ac­tion. Daily 11 a.m.-2 a.m. www.tir­nanog­bal­ti­more.com. 201 E. Pratt St., 410.483.8968 $$ Map D6 UNO PIZZERIA & GRILL Amer­i­can. At Har­bor­place, pop­u­lar spot for deep­dish and thin-crust pizza, pasta, steak, seafood, burg­ers, beers and wines plus sun­daes and “dou­ble deal” spe­cials. Sun. 11 a.m.-10 p.m., Mon.-Thurs. till 11 p.m., Fri.-Sat. till mid­night. Also Columbia and El­li­cott City. www.unos. com. 201 E. Pratt St., 410.625.5900 Map D6 brick walls, white table­cloth ser­vice. Gen­er­ous pas­tas ($$), clas­sic veal dishes, fa­mous salad, mus­sels in white wine, crab cake Castillo. Wine bar. Sun.Thurs. 11:30 a.m.-9 p.m., Fri.-Sat. till 10 p.m. www.chi­ap­par­el­lis.com. 237 S. High St., 410.837.0309 $$$ Map E6 LA SCALA Ital­ian. Chef-owner Nino’s shell­fish, veal chops, herbed or stuffed, steaks, sa­lumi, 17 house­made pas­tas ($$), Cae­sar salad. In­door bocce court (at happy hours), wine tast­ing room and ter­race. Valet daily. Mon.-Thurs. 4:3010 p.m, Fri.-Sat. till 11 p.m., Sun. 210 p.m. www.las­cal­a­din­ing.com. 1012 East­ern Ave., 410.783.9209 $$ Map E6 MO’S CRAB & PASTA FAC­TORY Seafood. Crabs year-round with unique sea­son­ing plus back­fin crab cakes, stuffed shrimp, lobster, mus­sels, com­bos, steam­ers, chicken and surf-and-turf, lin­guine with six sauces. Kids menu ($). Daily 11 a.m.-1 a.m. Free ho­tel shut­tle. www.mos­bal­ti­more. com. 502 Albe­marle St., 410.837.1600 $$-$$$ Map E7 MO’S FISH­ER­MAN’S WHARF  Seafood. Part of chef Mo Manocheh’s em­pire with its own whole­sale mar­ket/car­ry­out nearby. Steamed crabs, lobster, Ca­jun combo, spiced shrimp, chicken parme­san, Ca­jun combo, steaks. Daily 11 a.m.-1 a.m. www.mosseafood.com. 219 S. Pres­i­dent St., 410.837.8600 $$-$$$ Map D6 OZRA Mediter­ranean. Per­sia-meet­sMediter­ranean in this stylish two-level space. Egg­plant three ways, tabouleh, grilled and skew­ered meats, Per­sian ice cream. Se­lect wines. Bar and ter­race on sec­ond floor. Tues.-Thurs. 5-10:30 p.m., Fri.-Sun. 11 a.m.-10:30 p.m. www.ozraus. com. 806 Stiles St., 410.528.2710 $$$$$ Map E6 dacks) turn­ing out pho­to­genic plates of rock­fish with smoked tomato and crab but­ter, and braised oc­to­pus. Lo­cal and bou­tique wines. Free valet. Tues.-Thurs. 5:30-9:30 p.m., Fri. till 10 p.m., Sat. 510 p.m. www.theivy­bal­ti­more.com. 205 E Bid­dle St., 410.514.0303 $$$$ Map D2 THE PRIME RIB  Steak­house. Since 1965, fine sup­per club for lobster, filet mignon, chops, Im­pe­rial crab. Busi­ness ca­sual, jack­ets for men Sat. night. Pi­ano Sun.-Wed., pi­ano/bass Fri.-Sat. Bar. Com­pli­men­tary valet. Mon.-Thurs. 510 p.m., Fri.-Sat. till 11 p.m., Sun. 49 p.m. www.thep­rimerib.com. 1101 N. Calvert St., 410.539.1804 $$$$ Map C2 SOTTO SO­PRA Ital­ian. High ceil­ings, mu­rals and mo­saic floors, Ri­cardo Bo­sio’s pas­tas, wild boar cac­cia­torini. Opera din­ners one Sun. a month (call), wine tast­ings. Mon.-Sat. 11:30 a.m.2 p.m., Mon. 5:30-9:30 p.m., Tues.-Wed. till 10:30 pm., Thurs. till mid­night, Fri.Sat. till 11:30 p.m., Sun. 5-9 p.m. www. sot­toso­prainc.com. 405 N. Charles St., 410.625.0534 $$$ Map C4 TEN TEN RA­MEN  Ja­panese. Ca­sual spot serv­ing a variety of Ja­panese noo­dle soups and rice dishes. Small plates (karaage fried chicken, gar­lic tofu) and desserts (mochi ice cream), plus bub­ble tea and as­sorted Asian snacks. Mon.-Fri. 11:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. and 5-9:30 p.m., Sat. 11:30 a.m.-9:30 p.m., Sun. 3:30-9:30 p.m. www.ten­ten­ra­men. com. 413 N. Charles St., 410.244.6988 $ Map C4 TIO PEPE  Span­ish. Since 1968, softly lit, sub­ter­ranean, white-wall bistro known for its san­gria, paella and zarzuela. Cata­lan wines plus seafood bisque, Segovia suck­ling pig, Ser­rano with melon, red snapper, beef tourne­dos with sherry sauce. Mon.-Thurs. 11:30 a.m.-10 p.m., Fri. till 11:30 p.m., Sat. 5-11:30 p.m., Sun. 4-10 p.m. www. tiopepe­bal­ti­more.com. 10 E. Franklin St., 410.539.4675 $$$ Map C4

scene at Angels and late-night tunes at Tin Roof. www.pow­er­plantlive.com. Mar­ket Pl. and Wa­ter St., Down­town Map D5 RAMS HEAD LIVE! In Power Plant Live!, top tour­ing acts, emerg­ing artists, trib­ute bands and lo­cal fa­vorites. Most shows stand­ing room only; all ages. Frankie Bal­lard July 21; Garbage July 31; Toad the Wet Sprocket Aug. 15; The Leg­warm­ers Sept. 10; The Moun­tain Goats Sept. 18; An­drew Bird Oct. 7. www.ramshead­live.com. 20 Mar­ket Pl., Down­town, 410.244.8854. Box of­fice: 410.244.1131 Map D5 ROYAL FARMS ARENA Home of the Bal­ti­more Blast soccer team, this fa­cil­ity hosts 800,000 guests and 120 events each year. Lil Boosie Aug. 6; Janet Jack­son Aug. 14; Ma­roon 5 Sept. 16. www.roy­al­farm­sarena.com. 201 W. Bal­ti­more St., Down­town, 410.347.2020 Map C6 WINDUP SPACE  Edgy art/mu­sic/film/ per­for­mance space with ca­sual bar. Ev­ery Tues. (9:30 p.m.-mid­night): the Out of Your Head col­lec­tive of im­pro­vis­ing mu­si­cians. Ev­ery first Thurs. (7 p.m.): MONDOBal­ti­more: Trash Flicks and Cult Epics. Tues.-Sat. (some­times Sun. and Mon.) from 5 p.m. www.thewindupspace.com. 12 W. North Ave., Sta­tion North, 410.244.8855 North of Map C1 CH­E­SA­PEAKE SHAKE­SPEARE COM­PANY El­li­cott City-based troupe also per­form­ing in the ren­o­vated 1885 Mer­can­tile Trust and De­posit Com­pany. ”The Three Mus­ke­teers,” Alexan­dre Dumas’ ad­ven­ture tale June 24-July 24 (this show at El­li­cott City’s PFI His­toric Park); “Othello,” Shake­speare’s famed tragedy Sept. 16- Oct. 9. www.ch­esa peake­shake­speare.com. 7 S. Calvert St., In­ner Har­bor, 410.244.8570 Map D5 CRE­ATIVE AL­LIANCE  Con­tem­po­rary art and per­for­mance space inside the his­toric Pat­ter­son Theater (circa 1910) host­ing com­edy, film screen­ings, ex­per­i­men­tal mu­sic and bur­lesque shows. Tues.-Sat. 11 a.m.-7 p.m. Free en­try, ticket prices vary. Mar­quee Lounge for din­ner and drinks. www. cre­ativeal­liance.org. 3134 East­ern Ave., High­land­town, 410.276.1651 Map H6 EVERY­MAN THEATRE  In a his­toric build­ing, lo­cal per­form­ers ded­i­cated to mak­ing theater ac­ces­si­ble and af­ford­able to all. “Wait Un­til Dark,” a thriller about a blind woman ter­ror­ized by thugs search­ing for a heroin-stuffed doll Sept. 7- Oct. 9. www.every­man theatre.org. 315 W. Fayette St., West­side, 410.752.2208 Map C5 SPOTLIGHTERS THEATRE  In­ti­mate com­mu­nity stage (since 1962). “Marx in Soho,” imag­in­ing the revo­lu­tion­ary so­cial­ist in the af­ter­life where he ag­i­tates to clear his name Sept. 2-18. www. spotlighters.org. 817 St. Paul St., Mount Vernon, 410.752.1225 Map C3 IL­LU­SIONS BAR & THEATER  Spencer Hors­man, co-owner and ma­gi­cian, min­gles on week­ends with card tricks and an escape act. A chic crowd or­ders Magic Hat beer and magic-themed cock­tails. Fri.-Sat. 5 p.m.-1 a.m. www. il­lu­sion­s­mag­icbar.com. 1025 S. Charles St., Fed­eral Hill, 410.727.5811 Map C8 MUS­TANG ALLEY’S  In a stylin’ space, 12 lanes of bowl­ing with four re­served for duck­pin bowl­ing (a fa­vorite na­tive pas­time). Cock­tails, full menu. Tues. 4:30-11 p.m., Wed.-Sat. noon-mid­night, Sun. noon-10 p.m. www.mus­tan­gal­leys. com. 1300 Bank St., 2nd floor, Lit­tle Italy, 410.522.2695 Map E6 OF LOVE AND RE­GRET From the brewer of Still­wa­ter Ales, a cheery pub with 20-plus draft beers plus small plates, gourmet burg­ers. Up­stairs lounge with cock­tails on tap. Mon.-Thurs. 410 p.m., Fri. till 1 a.m., Sat. 11 a.m.1 a.m., Sun. till 10 p.m. www.oflove­and re­gret.com. 1028 S. Con­kling St., Can­ton, 410.327.0760 East of Map H8 ONE  EYED MIKE’S  At a hand-carved 1860s bar, staff serves wine by the glass and bot­tle plus cock­tails and beer. World’s first Grand Marnier club. Also full menu of pub fare. Mon.-Fri. 11 a.m.2 a.m., Sat.-Sun. 10 a.m.-2 a.m. www. oneeyed­mikes.com. 708 S. Bond St., Fells Point, 410.327.0445 Map E8 THE OWL BAR Dark wood, cozy cor­ners and a friendly bar staff that serves yards of beer and brick-fired piz­zas. Dates to pre-Pro­hi­bi­tion when it was an F. Scott Fitzger­ald hang­out. Mon.-Fri. 11:30 a.m.2 a.m., Sat. 11 a.m.-2 a.m., Sun. 11 a.m.mid­night. www.the­owl­bar.com. Inside the Belvedere, 1 E. Chase St., Mount Vernon, 410.347.0888 Map C2 PRATT STREET ALE HOUSE  Brew­pub with 42 taps, Oliver ales, full menu and 25 HD TVs. Mon.-Sun. 11 a.m.11 p.m., bar till 2 a.m. www.pratt stree­tale­house.com. 206 W. Pratt St., Down­town, 410.244.8900 Map C6 WOODY’S CANTINA In warmer months, a third-floor deck that beck­ons pa­trons with its re­laxed Mex­i­can vibe, har­bor views and daily spe­cials (Mar­garita Mon­day, Wine Wed­nes­day). Ex­ten­sive se­lec­tion of te­quila and mez­cal, plus dishes like fish tacos, pulled-chicken en­chi­ladas and carne asada. Mon.-Sun. 11 a.m.-2 a.m. www.woodyscant­ina bal­ti­more.com. 821 S. Broad­way, Fells Point, 410.563.6800 Map F7

GREENE TUR­TLE  Flat screens in ev­ery booth bring new mean­ing to din­ner in front of the TV. Hearty pub food (burg­ers, wings). Mon.-Fri. 11 a.m.2 a.m., Sat.-Sun. 10 a.m.-2 a.m. www. greene­tur­tle.com. 718-722 S. Broad­way, Fells Point, 410.342.4222 Map E7 LOONEY’S PUB  One of the an­chors of O’Don­nell Square, a ca­sual, twos­tory cor­ner pub. More than 40 TVs broad­cast sports. www.looneyspubmd. com. 2900 O’Don­nell St., Can­ton, 410.675.9235 Map G8 PICK­LES PUB  A stop for grub and pints be­fore and af­ter Ori­oles and Ravens games. Steamed shrimp with Old Bay, Mary­land crab soup, fried pick­les. Daily 11 a.m.-2 a.m. www.pick­le­spub.com. 520 Wash­ing­ton Blvd., Down­town, 410.752.1784 Map B6 TURP’S SPORTS BAR & RESTAU­RANT In a his­toric brown­stone, a wel­com­ing spot to cheer on the teams. Beer, burg­ers, crab­cakes, wings (10 ways). High-def TVs and game-day spe­cials. Mon.-Sun. 11 a.m.-mid­night. www.turps on­line.com. 1317 N. Charles St., Mount Vernon, 410.347.0349 Map C2

CAN­TON  More than 200 years ago, Cap­tain John O’Don­nell sailed into Bal­ti­more from China and named his plan­ta­tion for the Chi­nese port that brought him wealth. This once mostly Pol­ish neigh­bor­hood re­mains con­nected to its work­ing-class roots. Find shops, lively bars and cafes a few blocks east of Fells Point. Map G7/H7 CHARLES VIL­LAGE  Home of the “painted ladies,” Vic­to­rian-era row houses in bold col­ors, this neigh­bor­hood north of city cen­ter at­tracts artists and young pro­fes­sion­als. Johns Hop­kins Univer­sity and Bal­ti­more Museum of Art add to the cul­tural, in­tel­lec­tual vibe, while the Waverly farm­ers mar­ket serves as a com­mu­nity hub. North of Map C1

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