Portfolio Category: Restaurants

North East Racing Center

Originally built in 1942, and known for 30 years as Poor Jimmy’s, this vintage building underwent substantial renovation and two additions to provide fine dining as well as a lounge with live evening entertainment, a sports bar, and upscale wagering areas. This project is the first in an effort by the Maryland Jockey Club to…
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McDonald’s @ Port Discovery

Developed in collaboration with Walt Disney Imagineers, the design of the Port Discovery Children's Museum required the complete rehabilitation and adaptive redevelopment of an existing historic "Fish Market" to incorporate all public functions. The original Baltimore Fish Market Building was completed in 1898, and all new or renovation work had to comply with the Maryland…
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Caves Valley Country Club

The Caves Valley Golf Club is one of Maryland's premier, most exclusive golf venues. Located on over 900 rolling acres in Baltimore County Hunt Country, the clubhouse is the original 1800's estate house, located prominently at the highest point on the site. The project included renovation and expansion of several dining rooms; creation of a…
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Broadway Market

The Broadway Market is considered the gateway to the historic Fell’s Point District of Baltimore. The new addition of the Market was designed to recreate this public gateway, incorporate new fast food and dining areas, and reconfigure the interior portion of the existing market. The renovation was executed in the same vocabulary and scale as…
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Balls Restaurant

This sport themed restaurant, adjacent to Baltimore City’s Inner Harbor, was created within the shell of two rowhouses that had been layered with decades of haphazard renovation and serious neglect. The restaurant was created utilizing all three floors of a long narrow floor plan with large openings cut through the upper floors providing views down…
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Night of the Cookers

The firm earned a $10,000 grant from the Downtown Partnership for facade improvements to three adjacent properties along Howard Street’s Antique Row. Named after a jazz album popular in the 60’s, Night of the Cookers first opened in Brooklyn.   Our role was to preserve and enhance existing historical elements and to remove the many…
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