Hi, my name is Lindsey!  I grew up in a small town in Illinois but in the last few years I’ve come to call Baltimore, Maryland home.  I’m always out and about because there is so much to do here.  I’m a foodie so I love going out to eat and trying new places but I also really like to cook.  Everyone I know is always asking me what is going on in the area, what should they do, where should they eat?  “You should write a blog!”  I hear it a lot so now I can finally say, “I do!”.  This blog might be all over the place with food, fun, etc., but I hope it will also serve as a good resource for those looking to fill their time in Baltimore.

Visit my Facebook page for more event ideas!

Follow me on Instagram to see what I’m eating or doing!

Have you seen the meal plans I’m eating?
Try out either for yourself with my referral codes: Splendid Spoon or Marley Spoon

Made with ♥ in Baltimore

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8 thoughts on “About

  1. Martin Adams says:

    Hi Lindsey,

    how do I send you an item for your “whats on” list? The Fells Point Corner theater is currently putting on a production of the Elephant Man which has been very well reviewed. http://www.fpct.org/ There are performances every Friday, Saturday and Sunday until October 2nd. I would be happy to write a paragraph for you if you like.




  2. Karen Tozzi says:

    Hello! any chance you could set up a mailing list and have this blog sent to one’s email when it’s posted? [or is there a way to do that i am not aware of?]

    Liked by 1 person

  3. Ann Marie Gamble says:

    Thanks for putting this together. What an impressive list. It is a shame, the happy hour list didn’t take off. I have always wished there was one place to find happy hour/weekly specials by neighborhood that is up to date.


  4. Mark says:

    I’ve been compiling the events that you list on your website and putting them into a google calendar. I was wondering if this is something that seems useful to you. Also, where do you pull your information from (“pull” in the abstracted non-technical sense)?


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