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Craft Cocktails | Rye Baltimore

Creativity and originality have been cornerstones of the Rye philosophy since it's founding. ... Baltimore, MD 21231 (443) 438-3296 revelry@ryebaltimore.com. Opening Hours ... Instagram. About Rye. Since it's opening in 2011, RYE's innovative approach has been paving the way for Baltimore’s craft cocktail movement. Come visit! Rye Baltimore ... More

RYE, Baltimore - 807 S Bdwy, Fells Point - Menu & Prices ...

Rye, Baltimore: See 38 unbiased reviews of Rye, rated 4.5 of 5 on Tripadvisor and ranked #302 of 2,228 restaurants in Baltimore. More

The 15 Best Places for Rye in Baltimore - Foursquare

Harford Rd (Hamilton Ave), Baltimore, MD Fruit & Vegetable Store · Harford - Echodale - Perring Parkway · 7 tips and reviews Hamilton Bakery: They have awesome sandwich bread! 9 grain whole wheat, white, and rye, all from organic flour. More

Maryland Rye Whiskey Has Finally Returned. But What Was It ...

BALTIMORE — H.L. Mencken, the Jazz Age scribe who loved Baltimore and booze in equal measure, spared no opportunity to praise his state’s famous rye whiskey. It was, he said, “the most ... More

Rye Street Tavern | New American Restaurant in Port ...

Rye Street Tavern is Chef Andrew Carmellini and NoHo Hospitality Group’s newest American restaurant located in Baltimore’s Port Covington neighborhood, adjacent to the Sagamore Spirit Distillery. Chef Carmellini’s menu features locally-grown ingredients, farm-raised meats including his famous fried chicken, sustainable seafood and raw bar, and plenty of Maryland crab. More

Our Story | Rye Baltimore

Rye opened in its original home in 2011 paving the way for Baltimore’s craft cocktail movement. The revered bar has received local and national acclaim including recognition as one of the “Best Bars in America” by Esquire. More

Pikesville Rye

Baltimore in 1972, marking the end of Maryland Rye production and securing Pikesville’s place in history as the last-standing Maryland Rye brand. Even with the distillery in Baltimore closed, the brand survived on existing whiskey stocks until 1982 when it was sold to Heaven Hill. More

What is Maryland Rye? - Maryland Distillers Guild

Since the beginning of the Colonial days in America, Marylanders were trailblazing what would become the state’s signature style of rye whiskey. More