With a mix of fine dining and hip gourmet establishments, Remington provides flavorful food at all price ranges. The local nightlife follows suit, bringing low-key cocktail lounges and electrically charged music venues within blocks of one another, with enough going on for a fresh experience each night of the week.
Not only does the charming local dive The Dizz serve up 21 burger variations, it has its own take on the classic Baltimore seafood menu and a variety of homemade soups — in addition to full bar service. Stop in on Mondays for 50-cent wings, or order the bucket of steam for a tasty helping of fresh mussels, clams and shrimp.
Located on Howard Street, Parts & Labor houses
a butcher shop and a stand-out restaurant. Parts & Labor serves up a variety of steaks, burgers and sandwiches, as well as a rotating selection of 20 craft beers, starting at 5 p.m. each day. Those looking to pick up some locally butchered meats can swing by anytime between 11 a.m. and 7 p.m., during the butcher shop's hours. Make a reservation ahead of time, as seating is limited and fills up fast during dinner hours.
You can't miss Papermoon Diner's vibrant Technicolor exterior, though the place has made a name for itself with more than just its looks. Papermoon Diner serves breakfast all day, so late risers won't miss out on tasty breakfast quesadillas or pigs in a blanket dusted with powdered sugar. If you're feeling adventurous, the deep-fried ravioli remains a signature dish of the diner. Dessert lovers find much to love on the dessert menu, with the peanut butter crunch cake coming highly recommended by regulars.
Whether you're looking for a low-key joint to unwind after a long day's work or a place to jump around and cut loose to some live music, the nightlife scene in Remington has you covered. The Ottobar on Howard Street showcases local and national live music acts every day of the week, and if you're not into the show, the upstairs area houses a karaoke DJ and dance floor. Those in search of a quiet place to meet up with an old friend over drinks head to the WC Harlan cocktail lounge on 23rd Street, where the friendly staff serves up stiff drinks, including a number of specialty cocktails. The speakeasy theme and dimmed lighting make for a great place to chill out and enjoy the local company.