Food plays a star­ring role on the plate, of course, but also in un­ex­pected spots.— BS

Where Baltimore - - Where Now -

Amer­i­can Vi­sion­ary Art Mu­seum In “YUMMM! The His­tory, Fan­tasy, and Fu­ture of Food,” dis­plays like Wayne Coyne’s Gummy Bear self­por­trait and a burned-toast wall mo­saic ex­plore so­ci­ety’s re­la­tion­ship with sus­te­nance. PLACE: 800 Key High­way TIME: Tues.-Sun. 10 a.m.- 6 p.m. PRICE: $15.95, stu­dents $9.95 Port Dis­cov­ery At this topranked chil­dren’s mu­seum, ex­hi­bi­tions are all about in­ter­ac­tion. The 2-and-up set heads to “Tiny’s Diner” to learn about prep­ping meals, serv­ing cus­tomers and tal­ly­ing up or­ders. PLACE: 35 Mar­ket Place TIME: Tues.- Fri. 9:30 a.m.4:30 p.m., Sat. 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Sun. noon-5 p.m. PRICE: $14.95, un­der 2 free Ma Petite Shoe Yes, you can get cool kicks and trendy heels (Katy Perry Col­lec­tion), but choco­late? That, too! There’s even a choco­late happy hour. PLACE: 832 W. 36th St. TIME: Hours vary by day; happy hour from 6 p.m. Natty Boh Gear With lo­gos on ev­ery­thing from cloth­ing to stick­ers and glass­ware, this shop toasts the beloved Na­tional Bo­hemian beer, first brewed in Bal­ti­more in 1885. PLACE: 1624 Thames St., 3600 O’Don­nell St. TIME: Mon.- Fri., Sun. 10 a.m.6 p.m., Sat. 10 a.m.-7 p.m.

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