Baltimore's Best

In honor of our annual "Best of Baltimore" issue, here are some of our favorite items that express local love.

By Lauren Bell - August 2016

Our Favorite Local Items

In honor of our annual "Best of Baltimore" issue, here are some of our favorite items that express local love.

By Lauren Bell - August 2016


1. Three Potato Four pennant ($24) at Trohv. 2. Cocktail stirrers ($42 set) at Trohv. 3. Flamingo plate ($7) at Su Casa. 4. Crab bracelet ($22) at Route One Apparel. 5. Itineris Maryland board ($30) at Mud and Metal. 6. Black-eyed Susan sleep mask ($12.95) at Route One Apparel. 7. “Someone in Hampden Loves You” tote ($22) at Mud and Metal. 8. Lotus coordinates necklace ($48) at Poppy and Stella. 9. Rat mug ($12) at Trohv. 10. “Ravens & Bohs & Crabs & O’s” shirt ($23.99) at Route One Apparel. 11. Crab iron hook ($6) at Sweet Elizabeth Jane. 12. Write Notepads & Co. “Lenore” notebook ($12) at Trohv. 13. Patterson Park pagoda letterpress card ($5) at tinydogpress.com.





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