Good Evening, Baltimore - Places to See, Eat, Play and Sleep

Good Evening, Baltimore - Places to See, Eat, Play and Sleep

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Charm City has been courting LGBT travelers for years.

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    Owned by Rubell Hotels, which also owns the Albion Hotel in Miami Beach and the Capitol Skyline Hotel in D.C., the hotel recently completed a multimillion-dollar renovation.
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    Among the city’s many LGBT welcoming properties is the Hotel Monaco Baltimore, a Kimpton Hotel, which is located downtown in the historic Baltimore & Ohio Railroad headquarters on N. Charles Street, built in 1906.
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    Located in the Seton Hill area, southeast of Mount Vernon, is Club Bunns on W. Lexington Street, a dance club popular with Baltimore’s large African-American LGBT community.
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    About four blocks away on W. Read Street is the casual neighborhood bar, The Drinkery.
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    Across the street is The Hippo. Drawing a large mix of gay men, lesbians and open-minded heteros, it has a street-front saloon with outdoor seating as well as a large dance club that is extremely popular on Friday and Saturday nights.
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    It’s here you’ll find Grand Central on N. Charles Street, the city’s largest gay bar with multiple bar areas, a dance floor and sidewalk seating.
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    Café Hon, in Baltimore’s Hampden neighborhood, gives a campy nod to the historic local culture and dialect of “Bawlmer.”
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    Just north of the Inner Harbor area is Baltimore’s Midtown district and where visitors will find City Café on Cathedral Street. Serving contemporary American cuisine, the gay-owned cafe always draws a crowd.
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    Faidley Seafood‘s lump meat Maryland style crab cakes are among the best you’ll find in the city. A family-owned and operated business since 1886, it’s located in downtown Baltimore’s Lexington Market.
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    Tour the USS Constellation (the only Civil War ship still afloat), and catch a water taxi to historic Fort McHenry.
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    The aquarium is an anchor attraction for downtown Baltimore’s Inner Harbor, where visitors can also explore the Maryland Science Center.
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    View nontraditional, original works by self-taught artists at the American Visionary Art Museum.
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