Baltimore Neighborhood Guide: Brewers Hill
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You will get a real taste of Baltimore when you wander through the streets of Brewers Hill. The neighborhood is home to two of Baltimore’s historically famous breweries, the Gunther Brewery and the National Brewery, which have been converted into mixed-use buildings, which are utilized by both businesses and residences. Baltimore’s Natty Boh mascot is hanging proudly for all of the neighborhood to see, bringing a sense of Baltimore pride to all of the residents and visitors. The neighborhood has both a historic and modern feel to it – you will see both old and new buildings and traditions, but this is what adds to its charm!
Our Favorite Brunch Spot
Gunther & Co is a Brewers Hill staple located in the historic Gunther Boiler Building. The restaurant prides itself on its commitment to quality food and the best hospitality. Gunther & Co brunch occurs every Saturday and Sunday from 11:00AM through 3:00PM. The menu features your typical brunch items, as well as dishes that are unique to Gunther & Co. The Brunch Burger, Fried Oyster Tacos, and Banana Stuffed Brioche French Toast are a few of our favorites on the brunch menu. While there isn’t a bottomless beverage deal, there is an extensive list of Brunch Cocktails that we love. Overall, the combination of the modern yet classic environment and the delicious food make Gunther & Co our favorite Brewers Hill brunch spot.
Our Favorite Happy Hour Spot
For the best bang for your buck, Blue Hill Tavern Happy Hour is the place to go. This Brewers Hill bar offers some of the best happy hour deals in the area, Monday through Friday from 4:00-7:00PM. Happy hour drink specials include $5 house wine, $5 draft beer, $4 bottled beer, and $3 off specialty cocktails. The food specials include $3 off pizza as well as appetizers for $5, $7, and $9. If this wasn’t great enough, happy hour is extended through closing time on Thursdays and Sundays. Blue Hill Tavern is the perfect place for happy hour – delicious food and drinks, a fun atmosphere, and affordable prices.
Best Place To Work Up A Sweat
M Power is a Yoga and Barre studio located in the Brewers Hill neighborhood. M Power focuses on both the experience and the community, making each class distinctive and unforgettable. There are several class options offered here, including Power 1 and 2 yoga, heated yoga, barre, restorative yoga, yin yoga, meditation, and Bikram style yoga. Class times vary daily, with the earliest class starting at 6:15AM, and the latest class starting at 8:00PM. M Studio offers new clients an amazing special – 30 days of classes for just $30! After the new client special is utilized, there is the option for a drop-in class, 5 or 10 class packs, as well as an unlimited option. The M Power instructors and the close-knit community that the studio has created make it our favorite place to get sweaty in Brewers Hill.
Best Way To Get Around
For the most part, the Brewers Hill neighborhood is very walkable. With a Walk Score of 92, everyday necessities can be completed without a car. There are restaurants, shops, and living accommodations all throughout the city, making commuting by foot quite easy. While the walkability of Brewers Hill is great, Public Transportation is not as accessible, but still convenient. There are multiple bus stops in the neighborhood, but there is not any sort of metro accessible. Overall, the best way to get around within the neighborhood is by foot, and the best way to travel outside the neighborhood is by personal vehicle.
Brewers Hill is a fairly diverse neighborhood – the residents are both old and young and you will find Baltimore locals as well as newcomers. The area has everything you need, and more, yet still maintains a close-knit community feel. There is a large sense of community pride in Brewers Hill – sports flags flying everywhere and the Natty Boh mascot proudly on display are just a few ways the neighborhood shows off what they are all about. This is a great neighborhood for those who love the city, but also crave the small-town feel.
Living In Brewers Hill
Brewers Hill has a variety of living accommodations – wander the streets and you will find row homes, condominiums, new construction, as well as apartment rentals. There are several apartment buildings for rent throughout the neighborhood, varying in size, price, and amenities.
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