Hotel Revival

On The Town

Drag Performances That Showcase Baltimore's Crop of Crazy-Talented Queens

Support the local drag scene at these recurring brunches, dinners, bingo nights, and shows.

In Good Taste

Open & Shut: Mason’s Lobster Rolls; The Pikes is Back; Chef Changes

The latest restaurant openings, closings, and recent news.

Travel & Outdoors

Close Comforts

Boutique hotels offer a getaway without having to leave Baltimore.

Food & Drink

Review: Square Meal

Inside the Hotel Revival, Square Meal is a good deal.

Food & Drink

Review: Topside at Hotel Revival

Hotel Revival’s new rooftop bar helps us see Baltimore in a whole new light.

In Good Taste

Eliminating Plastic Straws Becomes Priority at Local Bars and Restaurants

Business owners encourage recyclable alternatives made of paper, corn, and pasta.

On The Town

Ten Things to Look Out for at the New Hotel Revival in Mt. Vernon

The new 14-story property features private karaoke rooms and panoramic views.

In Good Taste

Hotel Revival Restaurants Will Showcase Local Farmers, Brewers, and Distillers

The new property brings a hyper-local focus to Mt. Vernon this spring.

The Chatter

Baltimore is No. 15 on New York Times List of Places to Visit in 2018

Citing cultural and historical events, the newspaper puts our city in some great company.

In Good Taste

Open & Shut: Cross Street Market; OpenTable Top 100 List; Hotel Revival

The latest restaurant openings, closings, and recent news.

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