Theatre Project Members enjoy discounts and special deals at several of the following Mount Vernon restaurants:
Soup’s On Gourmet Soup Company // 11 W. Preston Street / 410-528-1003
Located right down the street from Theatre Project, this cheerful spot has delicious gourmet sandwiches, salads, and over 200 soups! Theatre Project members can get a pint of soup (usually $6) for $5 with a Membership Card.
Sammy’s Trattoria // 1200 N. Charles St. / 410-837-9999
This restaurant features hearty and filling southern Italian cuisine, served in an intimate ambience. Members can get 1/2 off any bottle of wine under $50 with a Card.
The Brewer’s Art // 1106 N. Charles St. / 410-547-6925
Enjoy an exquisitely cooked gorgonzola cheeseburger in the casual downstairs lounge or the phyllo-wrapped shrimp and eggplant manicotti upstairs. Other entrees include tenderloin of beef, crab cakes, chicken dishes, and two fish plates. Members get 10% off check, excluding bar items when they show their Membership Card.
Turp’s Sports Bar and Restaurant // 1317 N. Charles St. / 410-347-0349
The first dedicated sports bar and restaurant in Mount Vernon, Turp’s is a place the embraces the sports fans of Baltimore, but doesn’t loose focus on what’s imporant…delicious food. Members get 10% off their check when they show their Card.
Viccino’s Carryout and Deli // 1317 N. Charles St. / 410-347-0349
Turp’s sister with a very different vibe. Enjoy delcious create-your-own and specialty pizzas and sandwiches with funky names. Get dinner or lunch to go and eat in Pearlstone Park! Members receive a 10% discount on their bill with a Membership Card.
Here are some other cool restaurants in the Mount Vernon neighborhood:
City Cafe // 1001 Cathedral Street / 410-539-4252
Located three blocks south of Theatre Project, City Cafe serves eclectic American fare featuring a full bar, cafe and dining room. They also serve a wonderful Sunday brunch including waffles with fresh fruit and various omelets. A favorite with our visiting artists. Sidewalk dining in season.
Mount Vernon Stable and Saloon // 909 N. Charles St. / 410-685-7427
A Mt. Vernon staple, the Mt. Vernon Saloon has an atmosphere all it to its own with a diversified mix of clientele. With Cher on the juke box, how could you go wrong? Come here for good, casual food: baby back ribs imported from Denmark, along with barbeque chicken, hamburgers, Tex-Mex entrees and daily specials. Downstairs bar open until 2 a.m. daily. One of the neighborhood’s last kitchens to close each night.
Sotta Sopra // 405 N. Charles Street / 410-625-0534
Buon Giorno! Sotta Sopra is the place to see and be seen in Mt. Vernon. But come for the food and you won’t be disappointed. Serving modern Italian fare for weekday lunches and dinner seven nights a week.
Thai Landing // 1207 N. Charles Street / 410-727-1234
Classic Thai cuisine in a comfortable setting – two and a half blocks from the theatre.
The Owl Bar // 1 E. Chase St. / 410-347-0888
Casual but elegant, The Owl Bar at The Belvedere is a turn of the century saloon featuring seafood, steak, a raw bar, brick oven pizza and 1/2 yards & yards of beer. Recommended highly by the likes of F. Scott Fitzgerald and H.L. Mencken.
XS // 1307 N. Charles Street / 410-468-0002
Give flight to your fancy with 3 stories of storefront windows, cathedral ceilings, and wireless internet. Quick fare like paninis and wraps to go or munch outside or downstairs. Sit-down dining available aloft, along with full sushi and coffee bar
Special Note: Clipper City Brewery, creators of Heavy Seas Beers, produces some of the best local, small-batch craft beers. Free Brewery Tours are offered almost every Saturday.
Clipper City Brewing // 4615 Hollins Ferry Road, Suite B / 410-247-7822
Founded by Maryland craft beer pioneer, Hugh Sisson, Clipper City Brewing Company is Baltimore’s largest brewing facility producing hand-crafted draught and bottled beers. You can enjoy Clipper City products at your favorite bar or restaurant, or pick up a six pack at your local package store.
Images from Crumbs: a possibly true story by Amanda Hibbert Photography