Nick’s Fish House. 2600 Insulator Dr. $13-38 via Missiontix.
Throughout the holiday season, the team at this Port Covington seafood spot is serving up festive flicks alongside their signature crab cakes and Orange Crushes. The new outdoor movie series kicks off this Friday with Tim Burton’s classic The Nightmare Before Christmas. Ticket prices include a three-course prix-fixe menu for both adults and kids (think offerings such as fried Brussels sprouts, a crab grilled cheese, and chicken tenders with fries), admission to the movie, and complimentary popcorn and hot chocolate outside.
Nov. 14: Barrel-Aged Speed of Darkness Day
Oliver Brewing Company. 4216 Shannon Dr. 12-6 p.m.
Fans of Oliver Brewing Company’s Speed of Darkness imperial stout are in for a treat. This Saturday, the Clifton Park brewers are extending their tasting room hours for a crave-worthy can release featuring three variations of the Russian stout. From 12 to 6:30 p.m., head to the brewery to sample new sips including the Gingerbread Latte Bourbon Barrel-Aged Speed of Darkness. Clocking in at a 10 percent ABV, this festive and spicy blend is only available at the tasting room, so be sure to snag yours while supplies last.
Nov. 14: Drag Queen Brunch IV
Power Plant Live. 34 Market Place. 12:30-3:30 p.m
They know you’ve been cooped up, which is why this Saturday, the party experts at Power Plant Live are calling all brides, birthday queens, bar mitzvah-goers, and other revelers to enjoy a safely revamped version of their famous drag brunch. Grab tickets online—each comes with a free signature cocktail—then put on a mask and sashay away! From 12:30 to 3:30 p.m., dine safely outdoors amongst colorful divas and kiki over $3 drink specials.
Virtual. 8-11 p.m. $12.
Seven months after coronavirus restrictions forced Super City to cancel their cross-country tour, the local rockers took to The Ottobar for a live performance unlike any other. This Saturday at 8 p.m., tune in to watch the infectious indie-pop quintet revisit their most-played venue in A Super City Movie. Filmed over the course of three days in various locations throughout the Remington venue, this not-so-live lineup features new tunes, old favorites, and the band’s signature flashy footwork.
Four Seasons Hotel Baltimore. 200 International Dr. $30
Those hoping to get a head start on holiday fun need look no further for the perfect excuse, as this Saturday marks the return of the Winter Village to the Four Seasons Baltimore in Harbor East. Make reservations via Tock, then head to the hotel’s fifth-floor terrace where a winter wonderland awaits. Enjoy toasty fire pits, festive photo ops, an ice skating rink, and sweeping views of the city skyline. Then, feast and sip on a bevy of holiday treats including savory Bavarian pretzel sticks, sweet s’mores cookies, and house-made hot chocolate.