Cinco de Mayo the Baltimore Way
Did you know that only 10 percent of the American population knows the reason for cheap margaritas and cheese dip on May 5th? Cinco De Mayo isn’t just about partying. This day is celebrated annually to mark the resilience of the Mexican people during the Franco-Mexican War in 1862. May...READ ARTICLE
Eating Healthy in Baltimore
The new year typically brings with it a whole new set of goals for ways that we can change our lives for the better. One resolution that continually pops up again and again for many people is to start focusing on healthy eating. Sometimes, it can be hard to have...READ ARTICLE
Frightful Events in Baltimore this Halloween
As the air turns crisp and the leaves start turning into various hues of reds and oranges, Fall lays its claim on Baltimore as Halloween approaches. History of Halloween Starting nearly 2,000 years ago, Halloween began as a Celtic celebration called Samhain. The Celts believed that during this festival, the...READ ARTICLE
Celebrating National Cheeseburger Day in Baltimore: Happy Burg-Day!
Have a whopping good National Cheeseburger Day! National Cheeseburger Day falls on Saturday, September 18th, this year. It’s commonly believed that the traditional “burger” dates back to the 1920s. After dropping a slice of American cheese in 1926, Lionel Sternberger accidentally invented the cheeseburger. LA restaurant O’Dell’s, however, also claims...READ ARTICLE
Union Wharf Residents: National Pizza Party Day is Just Around the Corner!
We can thank Italian immigrants for bringing pizza to the United States. Baked bread with toppings has been around since 10,000 BC. Over time, it has developed and traveled to countries all over the world! As a now favorite American dish, celebrate National Pizza Party Day this Friday, May 21st!...READ ARTICLE
Union Wharf Residents: Life’s A Picnic!
So, let’s celebrate National Picnic Day. National Picnic Day Is So Gouda Friday, April 23rd is National Picnic Day, so pack some food and catch some rays. Picnics became popular in France, after royal parks were opened to the public in 1789. They then became a staple in the UK...READ ARTICLE
Take Out on Turkey Day and Support these Baltimore Restaurants
Thanksgiving seems to come and go so quickly. But the preparation—cooking, cleaning, traveling, and organizing—seems endless. Union Wharf residents, if you are looking for Thanksgiving inspired dishes or an entire Thanksgiving meal, these restaurants will make your Turkey Day less hectic and much more relaxing. Enjoy time with family and...READ ARTICLE
Dinner with a View — Dine Outdoors at these Heated Baltimore Restaurants
We always encourage our Union Wharf residents to support local businesses. While the weather is getting a bit cooler, you can still support local and enjoy dining outdoors at these local restaurants— they’re prepared for the cool weather with outdoor heaters. Fells Point Barcocina, featuring Mexican-inspired cuisine, is led by...READ ARTICLE
Pumpkin Spice And Everything Nice
Maybe it’s sitting on your front porched illuminated by a candle, maybe it’s a scent from a candle filling your household, maybe your dog has a costume just like it… it’s orange, large, and a fall staple: the pumpkin! The pumpkin seems to be evolving in new creative ways every...READ ARTICLE
Eat, Drink and Be Merry This National Red Wine Day
If you love red wine, August 28th is your day! Celebrate National Red Wine Day at these shops and wine bars right near your home at Union Wharf. The very first winery, found in modern day Armenia, dates back all the way to 4100 B.C. Red wine was not only...READ ARTICLE