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Located at the water's edge, Harborplace and the Gallery consists of two glass-enclosed pavilions, Light Street and Pratt Street. The twin, bi-level marketplaces offer a variety of 16 different restaurants and 40 small, carry-out eateries. Highlights include the Capital City Brewing Company, City Lights Seafood, with outdoor seating overlooking the harbor, the Cheesecake Factory and Planet Hollywood. For the shopaholics there are around 101 specialty shops. A city park between the pavilions is often the site of free entertainment, including musicians, jugglers and clowns.
This independent book shop, the Book Escape, houses a huge selection of new and used books at the lowest prices. The neatly-shelved and sensibly-organized stock is complemented by comfortable chairs for relaxing and perusing before you buy. Their frequently displayed specials make your visit worth all the efforts you take.
Lucinda Gallery & Gifts specializes in showcasing art by local artists. You'll find a wide range of products for sale, including prints, handmade stationery, jewelry, ceramics and accessories. The gallery frequently hosts events with live music and refreshments. Please note: they are only open on the weekends and on the first Thursday of each month.
This home store, an offspring of renowned local architecture and interior design firm Patrick Sutton Associates, has everything a well-decorated home could need. A wonderful place to buy housewarming gifts or items for your own home such as scented candles, beautiful throws and luxurious linens.
Located in the heart of the Station North locale of Baltimore City, No Land Beyond is one of the city's most popular gaming hubs that attract young individuals who take the sport of gaming a little more seriously than the average joe. Card, table-top, and role-playing games are the rage here, with 'Settlers of Catan', 'Cave Evil', 'Dungeons and Dragons' and 'Pathfinder' being the most popular ones. Competitive gaming events, concerts, and art exhibitions are also hosted here.
Since 1845, the Cross Street Market has been a vital part of the Federal Hill neighborhood. The present structure, built in 1952, is home to 28 vendors, selling everything from cheese to tobacco, donuts to health foods. In addition to fresh food, merchants also have prepared foods available, perfect for a picnic or day trip. For those who enjoy raw clams and oysters, the raw bar here simply can't be beat for freshness or atmosphere.