2 restaurants coming to building near Hopkins Hospital

Fresh out of the three-month General Assembly session, Gov. Martin O’Malley stopped in east Baltimore Thursday for a forum on economic development. And, he broke some news. Two new restaurants are expected to open in the East Baltimore Development Inc. footprint next spring: Cuban Revolution and Teavolve. Both are trendy, casual dining spots that offer a full menu including sandwiches and entrees. Both will bring a much-needed gastronomic and social boost to the site, an 88-acre redevelopment of an urban community called Middle East, overrun with blighted and vacant houses. Both restaurants are scheduled to open in tandem with the completion of a 20-story graduate student tower under construction at 900 N. Wolfe Street, just north of the Johns Hopkins University medical campus, officials said.

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