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  • Salt to Open New Bar in Locust Point

    [caption id="attachment_21913" align="alignleft" width="300"] Salt[/caption] Salt, the perennially praised Butchers Hill restaurant, will be expanding to the other side of the harbor when they open their 30-seat bar in the former location of The House (1157 Haubert St.) in Locust Point. Chef/Owner Jason Ambrose tells us that although they're still in the design and permit acquisition phases, they do know there will be a full kitchen, but to expect small plates, cheaper prices, and more of a bar than restaurant focus. We fondly remember that corner as the longtime home to dive bar Down The Hatch, where back in the day—if we're being honest—we could frequently be found enjoying cheap American beers from a frosty mug and impossibly delicious drunk frozen pizzas "baked" in a makeshift toaster oven. While we may wax poetic about that era, we're sure we're not alone when we say we're pretty stoked about this upgrade. Ambrose says the Locust Point neighborhood is a great area for the new concept due to its proximity to other bars, restaurants, and commercial spaces—unlike Salt, which he jokes "sometimes feels like an island [in residential Butchers Hill]." We're sure it doesn't hurt that Under Armour's headquarters is right across the street. We're told that although the schedule is very volatile as of now, Ambrose hopes to be manning the kitchen (at least to start) by as early as this fall.
  • Nightlife

    BEST BAR Cat's Eye Pub 1730 Thames St., (410) 276-9866, When Cat’s Eye Pub’s founder, Tony Cushing Sr., passed away in 2008 and his son, Tony Cushing Jr., took over, we worried the place would morph into yet another Fells...

    Creative Alliance Announces Seventh Annual Art to Dine For Series

    The Creative Alliance at the Patterson recently announced its seventh annual Art to Dine For series, for which the Southeast Baltimore community arts center sponsors casual morning, afternoon, and evening get-togethers, sometimes at the homes of members...

    X-Content: Ten years ago in City Paper: Sept. 4, 2002

    The feature package is CP's picks in the 2002 Maryland primary elections for governor, attorney general, comptroller, Baltimore City state's attorney, the Second Congressional District, the Third Congressional District, the Seventh Congressional District,...

    Murders this Week: 7; Murders this Year: 184

    After a lull in the murder rate, at least seven people were killed last week-not including a man killed by police, multiple traffic deaths, and two other deaths that remain undetermined. Police found a body floating in the water near Lancaster Street on...