Month: April 2018

Grab Brunch at Old Line Fine Wine, Spirits & Bistro

Sweet red velvet waffles crowned with whipped cream cheese and served with honey-hot dipping sauce on the side. A pair of freshly baked biscuits smothered with classic Southern sausage gravy. Challah French toast topped with maple syrup and sugar and complemented by strips of crispy applewood-smoked bacon. These are a handful of the brunch dishes served up at Old Line Fine Wine, Spirits & Bistro every weekend.

It's no wonder the eatery draws a crowd for its morning meal each weekend. Folks also flock here for happy hour at the bar from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. on weekdays. Grab a pair of pork sliders, a steak empanada, or a mini cheeseburger ($4) to pair with your pint of craft beer or house cocktail ($2 off). You can also feast on Old Bay or honey-hot wings or chicken slides ($5) with a domestic bottle of beer.

Find Your Community at Numi Yoga

Numi Yoga isn't strictly a yoga studio. In an effort to cultivate a deeper sense of community, Numi also serves as a hangout spot. It hosts open hours when anyone is welcome to come in and kick back using the yoga props, perhaps while returning some emails or sipping on a hot cup of tea.

Of course, if you truly want to relax, you should check out one of the yoga classes. All are welcome at class, too, as Numi offers sessions for both newbies and experienced yogis. Get started at a Foundations class, which lays out the basic yoga poses and breathing techniques. Then deepen your practice at a more challenging Power class, which features a fast-paced Vinyasa-style flow to get you sweating and build stronger muscles. Come with a towel and plenty of water as the room is heated to 85 or 90 degrees.

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Enjoy a Bite or a Game at Bowlero College Park

You might not expect a menu of gourmet American bites at a bowling alley, but Bowlero College Park isn't your average bowling alley. Vintage signs welcome guests to the alley and invite them to check in at the front desk. It swaps out the hard plastic seats for cushy retro chairs at each of the 40 bowling lanes. Old-school blacklights shroud the space in a colorful glow.

So you shouldn't really be surprised by the caliber of the food and drink at Bowlero College Park, which you can enjoy lane-side or at the bar. Order a round of Bavarian pretzel dippers with queso or the sweet potato tots tossed with cinnamon and sugar. Dig into a skillet of barbecue meatballs smothered with cheddar-jack cheese or a flatbread pizza speckled with onions and mushrooms. You can also devour a gourmet burger or sandwich, such as the Ultimate Grilled Cheese, which features American cheese, crunchy strips of bacon, and fresh tomatoes oozing from between two thick slices of sourdough.

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