2013 Best of Baltimore

Food, Fun, Service, Lifestyle, News, Arts and Readers' Poll Results
Edited by Max Weiss. With Jess Blumberg, Ron Cassie, Hilary Geisbert, Ken Iglehart, John Lewis, Suzanne Loudermilk, Jane Marion, and Amy Mulvihill. Additional writing by Corrine Gasiorowski and Andrew Zaleski. Photograph by David Colwell, Cory Donovan, Sam Holden, Mitro Hood, Ryan Lavine, Mike Morgan, Christopher Myers, Sean Scheidt, Scott Suchman, and Stacy Zarin-Goldberg. - August 2013

2013 Best of Baltimore

Food, Fun, Service, Lifestyle, News, Arts and Readers' Poll Results
Edited by Max Weiss. With Jess Blumberg, Ron Cassie, Hilary Geisbert, Ken Iglehart, John Lewis, Suzanne Loudermilk, Jane Marion, and Amy Mulvihill. Additional writing by Corrine Gasiorowski and Andrew Zaleski. Photograph by David Colwell, Cory Donovan, Sam Holden, Mitro Hood, Ryan Lavine, Mike Morgan, Christopher Myers, Sean Scheidt, Scott Suchman, and Stacy Zarin-Goldberg. - August 2013

So 2013 was the year it kind of all came together—the year Baltimore “stopped being polite and started getting real,” to borrow a phrase. We’re not sure whether it was our explosion of locavore-minded cafes and food trucks, our proliferation of defiantly weird local art and artists, or our amazing (booyah!) sports teams—but Baltimore suddenly felt like the place to be. And not in a trendy, flavor-of-the-month kind of way, either. Just in a, well, Baltimore way. We hope our Best-of issue reflects that “realness.” And we’re happy to share the Best-ofs from the brilliant cast and crew of Veep—who’ve noticed how awesome we are, too.

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