Summer Preview: 5 Bars to Look Forward To
The summer of 2013 will see several new bars and restaurants popping up throughout Baltimore. Here are a few in the pipeline that you can look forward to.
The Chesapeake Restaurant: According to the Baltimore Business Journal, this farm-to-table restaurant will be open early this summer in the same Charles Village location as the original, which closed in 1987. The Chesapeake Restaurant will feature accessible cuisine and is sure to sport a drink menu to match (1701 N. Charles St.).
David’s 1st and 10 Sports Bar: Another storefront reopens in Hampden, adding to the growing collection of restaurants and bars. David’s, a sports bar featuring multiple flat screen TVs, upped its happy hour drink and food menu for its relaunch, which took place in early May (3626 Fall Rd.).
De Kleine Duivel: A Belgian Brasserie is also making its way to Charles Village this summer. Located in the same building as The Chesapeake Restaurant, this brewpub will feature Belgian beers, boutique wines and spirits (N. Charles St.).
Joey B’s Bar and Grill: This summer The Hill is getting a makeover with help from Jason Zink, owner of No Idea Tavern in South Baltimore. The streamlined and more niche result is something that many Federal Hill residents are interested in seeing (1019 S. Charles St.).
Raw Barge: Tiki Barge owner Dan Naor is set to open his raw bar in Baltimore’s Harborview Marina this August, after delays last year. While the focus may not be on the drinks, you'll certainly be able to enjoy a polite beverage as you sit out on the water and enjoy the view and the delicious seafood (500 Harborview Dr.).