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Out With The New, In With The New
January 15, 2010, 1:51 am
Filed under: Bmore Veg, Opinion | Tags: , , ,

Out…Elevation Burger at Harbor East

Elevation Burger has moved out of Harbor East, where, apparently, the chain could not make ends meet after less than a year.  Perhaps moving to another part of town, where another popular lunch joint with organic and enviro-friendly choices (Ahem, Whole Foods) isn’t already a few steps away, would be a better maneuver.


Looking for an excuse to ride the new Charm City Circulator?  Well, take a trip to Diablita Cantina on the newly developed section of Central Avenue, just north of Little Italy.  Diablita’s does not appear to be gunning for green business awards, but they do a lot of things right.

For one, the new owners of the space (also of Red Star) have made great use of the historic Holland Tack Factory building with their new Mexican themed restaurant.  By using reclaimed materials to design the restaurant, this section of the once industrial structure is transformed into a comfortable meeting space.

In addition to the thoughtful interior, Diablita’s wins praise for a menu including both meat and meat-less options and, with accommodating chefs on board, they can also provide plant-only tacos, burritos and a signature vegan coconut rice. -All you have to do is ask.

For refreshments, they offer the faved local Dogfish Head 60 Minute IPA on draft and American solar powered Anderson Valley Brewing Co. Beer in bottle along with many others.

Last, but not least, Diablita’s margaritas are not the frozen commercial margaritas served in wide bowl glasses with a suckling straw, but each is made fresh with a hand press juicer and served, sans straw, in the perfectly sized cocktail glass.

International Day Of Climate Action: 350 Baltimore
October 19, 2009, 12:17 am
Filed under: Events, News | Tags: , , ,

Baltimore Responds To Global Call For Climate Action Saturday, October 24th is an international campaign dedicated to building a movement to unite the world around solutions to the climate crisis.  350 (parts per million) is the level scientists have identified as the safe upper limit for CO2 in our atmosphere.  On October 24th events will be occurring all over the globe to bring attention to this figure and is asking for your help.

In Baltimore: Families March For The Climate (This is a dog friendly event)

Join Greenpeace, and others, as they march Baltimore’s Inner Harbor to call for action on global warming.  Meet outside the Port Discovery Children’s Museum and walk along the water’s edge until Rash Field where the route ends for a massive group photo opp.  For more info on the march, CLICK HERE.

Location Information
35 Market Place Outside Port Discovery Children’s Museum
Baltimore, MD, 21202
6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

To better understand the significance behind “350”, check out the short video below: