Zeke’s coffee has been approved for a liquor license and will soon offer brunch cocktails and be allowed to host special events that include alcohol. Zeke’s Coffee is a family-owned, small-batch coffee roastery and cafe located near the intersection of Southern Ave and Harford Rd. For more about Zeke’s or to purchase coffee online visit https://zekescoffee.com/.
There’s a new generation of Baltimore chocolatiers in Pure Chocolate by Jinji, currently located in the Belvedere Square market and opening soon at SoHa. Jinji Fraser, who started the business with her father Guy in 2012, uses raw Ecuadorian cacao and mostly locally sourced ingredients to make her vegan, gluten- and dairy-free chocolate with fellow chocolatier Jonathan Seton.
Learn more about the Chocolate by Jinji
With roots dating back to 1933, this stand on a picturesque half-acre parcel of land in Hamilton-Lauraville is arguably the oldest around. But its owners, brother and sister Matthew and Paula Wittek, have kept up with the times with classic flavors, as well as innovative creations like a peppermint patty snowball (spearmint topped with chocolate syrup). Stick around to tour the property, and don’t forget to stop into the garden shop for all of your seasonal plant and flower needs. 3501 Southern Ave., 410-426-0546
Read the Full List of Area Snowball Stands from our friends at Baltimore Magazine
Annie Howe is a Baltimore based papercut artist with a studio in Soha. She is a bedrock of this growing artist community.
Her intricate papercuts are used for a variety of projects including illustration, surface design and three dimensional work.
She is a graduate of Maryland Institute College of Art.
Select Clients Include:
Terrain, Oxmoor House Publishing, Adaptive Studios, Art Partners Group, Visit Baltimore, Great Arrow Graphics, Wee Bee Box, Waxing Kara, Live Baltimore,Chesapeake Shakespeare Theater, Union Craft Brewery, Lora Hotel, Country Living Magazine.
Her work has been featured in:
Making Magazine, Southern Living Magazine, Baltimore Magazine, Cottage Journal, Country Living Magazine,Baltimore City Paper.
Her work is in many private collections across the country
The New York Times Style Magazine profiles the eclectic artists and art scene that has persisted and grown in Baltimore.
The restaurant’s menu will feature wood-fired Neopolitan pizzas as well as an assortment of North African dishes inspired by co-owner Yassine Rmadhnia’s Tunisian heritage.
Beginning this month, the tourism agency will roll out new “Meet the Makers” ads for print and online that focus on local entrepreneurs who offer products and activities unique to Baltimore. Featured “makers” include the Station North Tool Library, Annie Howe Papercuts, Natasha’s Just Brittle and Union Craft Brewing.