Say hello to your new bicycle themed restaurant

Well that settles it, Bill’s Lighthouse Inn had its transfer of license approved the other day and new owner Marla Streb (the Strebinator, as I call her) will be occupying the space for South Baltimore’s second attempt at a Bicycle themed restaurant – hehehehe get it? At any rate, seems like the establishment will now […]


It’s the weekend! Here’s some stuff to do this weekend! It’s Awesome! (headers link to Facebook event pages for more details) Head 2 Head: Transmodern Fundraiser TONIGHT 9:30pm – 12:30am, Floristree, $12 (tickets) (405 W. Franklin St., Downtown) – brave the fragrant, hipsteriffic crowd at Floristree for some kickass DJs (Dan Deacon, M.C. Schmidt, DJ […]

Another one bites the dust: Bill’s Lighthouse Inn sold

Signaling the further death-knell of working class enclaves in South Baltimore, Bill’s Lighthouse Inn (1741 Light Street, Riverside), the storied and longstanding neighborhood bar has been sold to a group known as Velocity Cafe. Bill’s went up for auction in December, but owner Adele Wedemeyer rejected the $475,000 bid for the sizable property, opting to […]

The Double Grenade invades Baltimore, is horrible

Filed under “things that should definitely not exist,” about a month or so ago the Internet spawned a horrific alcoholic catastrophe known as the Double Grenade (also dubbed the Inception Grenade), a shot of Jameson coupled with a Jager Bomb end with a dumping of Blue Curacao into a pitcher of Red Bull and Vodka. […]

5 things to do other than watch the Superbowl this year

Let’s face it gang, as a card-carrying Baltimorean you’re essentially obligated to not lay eyes on your television screen between the hours of 6:30 and 10-11pm on FOX this Sunday, as the Pittsburgh Steelers and their terrible-er towels take on the ….Green Bay ….Packers and their giant cheese hats. Talking Baby and hilarious Bud Light […]

Review: Delia Foley’s Pub and Eatery

Since the shuttering of the seemingly notorious Taps some time ago – a bar known for not having Taps, owners getting into back alley brawls and pub crawl stabbings – an inordinate amount of interest has been generated regarding the future of the establishment, especially since Ropewalk manager Marc McFaul purchased the building and all […]