Locust Point

On The Town

Self-Serve Wine Bar Opens in Locust Point Next Month

Serenity Wine Bar will offer the modern technology along with made-to-order pizzas.

In Good Taste

Diamondback Brewing Debuts Pizza Kitchen

Menu focusing on Neapolitan pizzas and soft pretzels launches this week.

Food & Drink

Review: Ludlow Market

The Wine Market Bistro rebrands itself as Ludlow Market, Bar & Bottle Shop in Locust Point.

Food & Drink

Review: Jazz + Soju

A new spot in Locust Point offers a winner of a chicken dinner.

In Good Taste

Ludlow Market Opening in Former Wine Market Space in Locust Point

Chef Christopher Audia shares details about the new neighborhood concept.

Charmed Life

Fit File: Sean Sanders of REV Cycle Studio

Getting to know the full-time cycling instructor.

The Chatter

When Our Ship Came In

The B&O Railroad and Baltimore Immigration museums will celebrate the 150th anniversary of the arrival of the first immigrant ship at Locust Point.

News & Community

City of Immigrants

A century and a half ago, Locust Point—Baltimore's Ellis Island—opened its historic piers to the foreigners who built the city's port neighborhoods. Today's newcomers face the same, and new, hardships.

In Good Taste

The Rowhouse Grille Hosts LLS Fundraiser Honoring Alex Wroblewski

The 41-year-old Locust Point resident was fatally shot outside of Royal Farms in November.

On The Town

Diamondback Brewing Company to Open Next Weekend

The brewery and taproom will debut in historic Locust Point building.

On The Town

Diamondback Brewing to Open First Brewery in Locust Point

Maryland-themed craft beer company to open its facility at McHenry Row this fall.

Food & Drink

Review: 1157 Bar + Kitchen

1157 Bar + Kitchen is a spectacular speck of a spot.

Food & Drink

Welcome To Our House

The Locust Point cafe is downright neighborly.

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