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Food&Drink Baltimore became the proud home of the first ever


purpose-built Guinness brewery on American soil with the addition of the Guinness Open Gate Brewery and Barrel House. The brewery is the first Guinness presence in the U.S. since the 1950s, and the world-famous brand chose Baltimore as its home for its vibrant brewing community. The full brewing facility will open before the end of 2018, and The Test Taproom, a small on-site bar, is already open to the public.


Speaking of beer, Union Craft Brewing (brewers of Duckpin Pale Ale and other popular Baltimore beers) anchors the new Union Collective, a $14 million project that transforms 10.5 acres of ware- house space into a working space for Baltimore makers and a destination for the locally-minded. Union Craft Brewing’s tasting room is now open, and other vendors opening soon include artisanal ice cream shop The Charmery’s third location, Baltimore Whiskey Company, Vent Coffee Roasters, and an Earth Treks rock climbing center.


Charm City Chocolate is led by chocolatier couple and former Baltimore journalists Todd and Michelle Zimmerman, who opened their shop with the aim of transporting its patrons to the days of the old corner candy store. Their selection of handcrafted artisan chocolates includes traditional favorites and seasonal treats to satisfy any sweet tooth.


Sagamore Spirit Distillery and Rye Street Tavern includes a “welcome and processing” center that features two tasting rooms and a bi-level American restaurant with a menu that has Mid-Atlantic roots and seasonal ingredients sourced from local farm- ers and fishmongers, created by James Beard Award-winning chef Andrew Carmellini.


“The Sandlot” is a food-and-beverage project by another James Beard Award-winning restaurateur, Spike Gjerde. Having debuted in the summer of 2017 in Harbor Point, this beachfront oasis fea- tures open space used for outdoor dining, recre- ation, live performances and family-friendly games.


The Bygone was introduced to Harbor East in early 2018 and sits atop the Four Seasons Hotel and Residences. It journeys back to the days of old- school social clubs and 1920s excitement, but has an open rotisserie grill, signature whiskey bar and craft cocktails that add a contemporary flair.


The Sandlot photo credit: Julie Hove Anderson 7­ 0 September z October­2018


Chef Gordon Ramsay of “Hell’s Kitchen” and “MasterChef” fame has opened Gordon Ramsay Steak at the Horseshoe Casino Baltimore serving


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