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*'''Duburns Arena''', 1301 S Ellwood Ave. +1 443 573-2450. Home to the '''Charm City Roller Girls''', [http://www.charmcityrollergirls.com/].
 
*'''Duburns Arena''', 1301 S Ellwood Ave. +1 443 573-2450. Home to the '''Charm City Roller Girls''', [http://www.charmcityrollergirls.com/].
*<do name="LatinoFest" alt="" address="Patterson Park" directions="southeast corner of park, near S Linwood Ave and Eastern Ave" phone="" url="http://www.eblo.org/" hours="" price="$5 adults, children under 12 free" lat="" long="">A two-day festival celebrating Latino culture for one weekend in June of each year since 1980, with food, dancing and live music.</do>
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*<do name="LatinoFest" alt="" address="Patterson Park" directions="southeast corner of park, near S Linwood Ave and Eastern Ave" phone="" url="http://www.latinofest.org/" hours="" price="$5 adults, children under 12 free" lat="" long="">A two-day festival celebrating Latino culture for one weekend in June of each year since 1980, with food, dancing and live music. It draws a multicultural crowd, so if you're not Latino you won't feel out of place, although a basic knowledge of Spanish would help with some of the vendors.</do>
 
*<do name="Meet in the Street" alt="" address="O'Donnell Square, Canton" directions="between S Potomac Ave and S Linwood Ave" phone="" url="http://baltimore.about.com/od/events/a/meetinthestreet.htm" hours="" price="" lat="" long="">During the St. Patrick's Day weekend a local Irish pub sponsors a street festival in the aptly named O'Donnell Square in Canton.</do>
 
*<do name="Meet in the Street" alt="" address="O'Donnell Square, Canton" directions="between S Potomac Ave and S Linwood Ave" phone="" url="http://baltimore.about.com/od/events/a/meetinthestreet.htm" hours="" price="" lat="" long="">During the St. Patrick's Day weekend a local Irish pub sponsors a street festival in the aptly named O'Donnell Square in Canton.</do>
  

Revision as of 01:04, 29 June 2009

A surprising pagoda in Patterson Park

Southeast Baltimore, fittingly, covers the areas in the southeast of Baltimore, ranging from industrial wastelands to charming neighborhoods both quiet and hip.

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Get in

See

  • Patterson Park [1].

Do

  • Duburns Arena, 1301 S Ellwood Ave. +1 443 573-2450. Home to the Charm City Roller Girls, [2].
  • LatinoFest, Patterson Park (southeast corner of park, near S Linwood Ave and Eastern Ave), [3]. A two-day festival celebrating Latino culture for one weekend in June of each year since 1980, with food, dancing and live music. It draws a multicultural crowd, so if you're not Latino you won't feel out of place, although a basic knowledge of Spanish would help with some of the vendors. $5 adults, children under 12 free.
  • Meet in the Street, O'Donnell Square, Canton (between S Potomac Ave and S Linwood Ave), [4]. During the St. Patrick's Day weekend a local Irish pub sponsors a street festival in the aptly named O'Donnell Square in Canton.

Buy

Eat

  • Greektown hosts a wealth of authentic Greek restaurants and coffeehouses.

Drink

  • O'Donnell Square in Canton is home to some hip bars and restaurants.
  • Patterson Perk, 2501 Eastern Ave, Coffee shop across from Patterson Park.

Sleep

  • The Inn at 2920, 2920 Elliott St, (about 1/2 hour walk, or 7-10 minute drive from the Harbor), [5]. Although the price might be a bit steep for a bed and breakfast, it is definitely worth it. The place makes you feel pampered, the food is cooked by an excellent chef and the B&B is located in a cool, hip neighborhood (if somewhat yuppie-like), named Canton.

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