Baltimore Loving

This weekend my most authentic hipster friend came down from NYC to see Beach House in Baltimore. Very fun band — Wikipedia describes their sound as “dream pop.”

The venue, 2640 Space in Charles Village, was super cool, and I would highly recommend checking it out if any of their upcoming shows sound interesting.  It’s a small Victorian church which is apparently now mostly an event space with good sound, stained glass that looks amazing under moonlight, and just slightly crumbling walls.  Their one downfall is not having a liquor license. I must assume this is due to some Baltimore law prohibiting churches from selling liquor.

We also saw Duff there from Charm City Cakes there which was, well, the icing. So, if you are looking for a hipsterific good time, check out this scene, just be sure to get your drinks first at a neighborhood watering hole.

Photo courtesy of Kevin Labianco.

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3 Responses to Baltimore Loving

  1. Phil Raintree says:

    If you like Space 2640 and Cakes in Charles Village, you’ll love the 8×10 and Dangerously Delicious pies in Fed Hill….sweet lady Baltimore

  2. PicantePants says:

    Just as another plug for things to do in Baltimore, the best burger you will ever eat can be found at The Abbey, in a half alley off Cross St. in Federal Hill.

  3. Emily says:

    Oh. my. goodness. Music, pie, and burgers? Can’t wait for another trip to Charm City.

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