The Inner Harbor’s revival is starting to come to fruition as the curtain lifts on the biggest changes at the Light Street Pavilion since it opened three decades ago. Several new restaurants and attractions will open in the pavilion this ...Read More »
On Falls Road, near the intersection with Lake Avenue, sits a development that has the best functioning garage in Baltimore. Gone is the traditional carport. The place is now a high-class hotdog heaven. The quaint Victorian that sits next door, ...
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Initial plans for a new Phillips Seafood Restaurant at the historic Power Plant building were approved Thursday by Baltimore’s Urban Design and Architecture Review Panel. The approval is the first step in a process to bring the restaurant, which is ...Read More »
Brice Phillips Sr., who with his wife, Shirley, founded Phillips Seafood Restaurants, died Friday at the age of 90. The couple, both of whom were natives of Hooper’s Island, on the Chesapeake Bay, started Phillips Crab House in Ocean City ...Read More »
Convention center project continues Overshadowed by plans for an expansion and a new hotel and arena, a $24.4 million renovation of the Baltimore Convention Center continues. The upgrade includes features to make it more energy- and water-efficient. Interior changes include new ...Read More »
Phillips Seafood Restaurant, which has perfumed the air around Harborplace with the scent of Old Bay as an original tenant in the 31-year-old landmark, will not renew its lease and plans to shut down its crab pots there on Sept. ...Read More »