Revival is more than just four walls visitors travel through; it is woven into the complex fabric of the storied Mount Vernon neighborhood. Revival exemplifies a special brand of hospitality that helps the local populace and businesses. The venue cordially invites visitors to take in moving performances and lively guest experiences. The Revival showcases regularly changing art exhibits, and a curated art collection adorns the guest rooms and public spaces. The Revival is located in the old location of the Baltimore Museum of Art’s initial exhibition in 1923. The venue’s imaginative and thoughtful programming, local collaborations, and representation of the finest of Baltimore make your visit more enjoyable.
Revival features food to please every pallet, from regional seafood in their panoramic Topside restaurant to grab-and-go breakfast and lunch from the ‘Dashery Café to rare vintage spirits and elegant small bites at the B-Side Cocktail Lounge. Topside is deeply ingrained in the culture of Baltimore, from its seafood-focused menu, which highlights regional producers and craftsmen, to its special events, neighborhood partnerships, pop-ups, and seasonal festivities, as this is what Baltimore is all about. In the main restaurant and the Garden Room, where you can enjoy specialty cocktails and a breathtaking view, Topside offers an upgraded happy hour experience.
The Topside menu offers alcohol-free and zero-proof cocktails, namely the Rolla Kola, Nope! Canned Alt-Tail, Dorothy in the Daytime, and Yellow Balloons. There are also near-beer options, such as the Special Effects Amber from Brooklyn Brewery and the Run Wild IPA from the Athletic Brewing Company, which have 0.5% ABV.
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