A nice glass of white wine is one of the best beverages to pair with a light summer meal. Ranging from sweet to dry, white wine comes in so many delicious varieties. August 3rd is White Wine Day, and there couldn't be a better time to visit your favorite wine bar and order a glass.
Whether it's chardonnay, pinot grigio, riesling, or moscato, our real estate agents love getting together with friends over a nice glass of wine. It's also pretty easy to do on the weekend since there are so many amazing wine bars around Baltimore. We went ahead and created a list of our favorites.
If you're looking to shake off the last of the winter chill before spring finally arrives, a nice glass of bourbon can really do the trick. Bourbon is a type of whiskey, but it's actually only made in the US and must be distilled from at least 51% corn. Also, it can only be aged in new oak-charred barrels, which helps promote the delicious smoky flavor.
Catching up with friends over a nice bourbon is a great weekend activity. There are several great bourbon destinations in and around Baltimore. Since our real estate agents are always out and about, they compiled a list of the top bourbon bars Baltimore has to offer. Be sure to include these stops on your bourbon tour.
The martini has been a staple for cocktail lovers everywhere ever since it was first created, and National Martini Day on June 19 is the perfect time to celebrate this classic drink. Depending on whom you ask, the martini may have been invented in a New York cocktail bar, an old mining town in California, or a hotel bar in San Francisco. But if you want the perfect martini, then it's hard to top the fantastic cocktail bars of Baltimore. Our real estate agents have the details on six of the best cocktail bars for National Martini Day around Baltimore.
Travel back in time nearly a century, and you'll find an era when alcohol was prohibited. But that didn't stop people from finding a place to spend a night on the town. Speakeasies first grew in popularity in the 1920s, functioning as bars and clubs that were hidden from the eye of law enforcement. People who visited these establishments would be told to "speak easy" to keep the location concealed, and the resulting speakeasies flourished for more than a decade while prohibition was in effect.
While there's no need to hide drinking and nightlife establishments from law enforcement these days, speakeasies have nonetheless enjoyed a recent rebirth in popularity. Our real estate agents have the inside scoop on where to find four great speakeasies in the Baltimore area.