Sept. 20: Big Softy Pop-Up at North Avenue Market
North Avenue Market, 30 W. North Ave. 12-8 p.m. Prices vary.
Everyone’s favorite soft shell superhero is back at it with another pop-up, this time featuring game-day eats at North Avenue Market. Throw on your purple and head to the Station North gathering spot (limited indoor and outdoor seating will be available) for a Sunday Funday done right with free arcade games, $4 beers, and, of course, a feast of tailgate fare. Chef Craig Falk will be whipping up cheesy crab dip, shrimp and oyster po’ boys, and four different wing flavors inspired by some of his favorite Ravens—ranging from the mild “Big Truss” wings to “Judon Jerk” and spicy “T-Swizzle” varieties. Preorders are also open for those who’d prefer to enjoy the snacks while watching the game at home.
Old Line Spirits. 200 S. Janney St. 12-7 p.m. $20
As the temperatures start to take a dip, warm up with this craft whiskey tasting in Old Line’s outdoor courtyard. Spend your Sunday sampling pours of bourbon from Bardstown Bourbon Company, American apple brandy from Copper & Kings distillery, Roundstone Rye from Catoctin Creek, and, of course, Old Line’s own American Single Malt varieties. Bottles sampled will be available for purchase and the beer, wine, and cocktail bar will be fully stocked for you to alternate between sips.
R. House. 301 W. 29th St. 6-8 p.m. $50
This lively drag show returns to the patio at R. House this weekend, featuring performances by Baltimore’s Drag House Wife Pariah Sinclair, Drag Queen of the Year Evon Michelle, and Druex Sidora—the “Dancing Doll of the DMV.” Dance and sing along to the fun performances while enjoying giveaways from Jack Daniels, R. Bar, and Speak Easy Noir. Outdoor seating reservations are available for up to five people, and don’t forget to bring cash to tip the performers throughout the show.
Sept. 18: Funk Master General at Peabody Heights
Peabody Heights Brewery. 401 E. 30th St. 6-9 p.m. Free.
Dance away your pandemic funk with the improvisational groove sounds of FMG at Peabody Heights. Grab a beer (or two) and toast the weekend in the outdoor beer garden while taking in the live sounds. Social distancing guidelines will be in place throughout the evening.
Sept. 19: Baltimore Bike and Brunch Tour
Tour leaves from Landmark Theatre, 645 S. President St. 3 p.m. $40
Take advantage of the fall weather and explore Baltimore by bike this weekend. BYOB (bring your own bike), rent from See the City, or use a local bike share to experience iconic waterfront sites and our one-of-a-kind Black Arts District. The hour-long tour will commence at 10 a.m. at the Landmark Theater in the Harbor East and end with an optional brunch. Get a group of up to 10 together, or take this opportunity to meet new people while taking in landmarks, history, public art, and more.