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Come See What’s New at Harbor Point

Harbor Point’s newest neighbors have got it going on.
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If you haven’t been to Harbor Point recently, there’s a lot to check out this spring and summer! The one-of-a-kind waterfront neighborhood continues to grow, with a focus on small, local, and startup businesses. Whether you want to sip a cocktail with your toes in the sand, break a sweat in a yoga or spin class, or sink your teeth into a freshly baked bagel or mouth-watering kebab, Harbor Point’s newest neighbors have got what you want.

Baltimore’s beach is back! The popular waterfront beach bar and recreation yard returns with a new location, new offerings, and new leadership. Opening Memorial Day weekend, Sandlot will be operated by Bar Movement, a mobile bar/entertainment concept that will feature a fun and creative new drink menu, plus a variety of food trucks and guest-chef appearances throughout the summer. Stop by and enjoy one of the best sunset views of downtown Baltimore.

Wills Park
A hidden gem at Harbor Point, Wills Park opened in the middle of the pandemic and has quickly become a favorite of area residents. Tucked between Thames Street Wharf and Wills Wharf directly across from the Domino Sugar plant, the intimate park overlooking the harbor boasts a staggered staircase and grassy slope that’s perfect for sitting and watching the boats go by.

Breathing Dragon Yoga
The hottest new spot in Harbor Point, Breathing Dragon specializes in hot yoga, offering a variety of yoga styles and High-Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) classes suitable for all levels, with several membership and class-package options. Whether you go for hot vinyasa power flow yoga, warm yin/yang yoga, or hot HIIT classes, you’re sure to get your sweat on in this spacious studio, which includes changing rooms with showers and private lockers.

Resistance Cycle
Ready, set, spin! This brand-new spin cycle studio opens in June on the ground floor of the Exelon Building facing Harbor Point’s Central Plaza, and will feature 50 bikes, showers, and locker rooms. Owner Kelly Berger, a well-known spin instructor in Baltimore, will offer classes to all skill levels from beginner to seasoned spinner. Flexible memberships allow clients to buy class packages or stop in for a single ride.

Greg’s Bagels
Longtime local favorite Greg’s Bagels is making the move to Harbor Point! The new location at Thames Street Wharf will feature a cashless payment system and a bagel-rolling machine. Don’t worry, though — despite some modern touches, customers can expect the same freshly made bagels from the recipe developed by original owner Greg Novik that have made this beloved bagel shop a staple of the Baltimore food scene for more than 30 years.

Döner Brös
It was love at first bite when two friends tasted a kebab at Oktoberfest in Germany in 2015. They came home to Baltimore and Döner Brös was born. Starting as food truck and growing to multiple brick-and-mortar locations, this locally owned and operated eatery serves up kebabs, dürüms, rice bowls, salads, and fries. Döner Brös’ new Harbor Point location serves beer and wine in an open-concept, German beer hall-style setting and features an expanded, shareable menu packed with delicious new items.

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