Remington
northeast-baltimore

Next door to Charles Village is up-and-coming Remington, which has seen a boom in developments in recent years. Predominately home to artists, musicians and makers.

Remington

Food Hall Fun

The 10-stall food hall R. House is a perfect place for families and friends to grab food. The hip hot spot highlights Baltimore chefs, each helming a stand serving a specific type of food, with no two stands offering the same types of food. Options range from Venezuelan arepas and artisanal pizza to vegetarian bowls and sushi burritos. A play area is great for kids, and R. Bar’s craft cocktail options are great for adults. Popular with freelancers and happy hour goers, the food hall is busy throughout the day.

Move Your Body

In the same complex as R. House is Movement Lab, located upstairs from the buzzing food hall. Walk up some stairs to get to the wellness hub, which offers dance, yoga, martial arts and fitness classes; acupuncture; life coaching; and massage therapy. Movement Lab offers unique aerial yoga classes and other “antigravity” programs, where participants go through motions suspended in a hammock. With about 10 different classes being offered each day, Movement Lab provides an array of options for every fitness level.

Cake Walk

Chef Duff Goldman and his team of cake decorators put this sweet spot on the map starring on Food Network’s “Ace of Cakes” and showing off his confectionary creativity—think life-sized baby elephant cakes, cakes with sound, cakes with smoke, cakes with motorized moving parts. The TV star has made cakes for Hollywood premieres and even the 2008 inauguration of President Obama. The original shop in Remington offers cake-making classes for home chefs (and kid chefs) to make creations like emoji cupcakes, “carved burger” cakes, or for kids to attend a session of Cake Camp during the summer. Of course, you can also order cakes and cupcakes from the bakery, which also has a Harbor East location (and outposts in Los Angeles).

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