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Dine next to a fireplace at a cozy restaurant, or warm up at a fireside bar: Top Baltimore winter hot spots.
Updated: October 01, 2003
Make reservations early for a table in front of the Commodore Room's hand-built fireplace. This room's intimate rectangular dimensions mean no table is left out in the cold.
Mid 19th-century splendor and romance are represented by the ornamental de Forest hand-carved, white marble fireplaces.
Retro sofas before the two gas fireplaces may seat anywhere from 12 to 15, but reservations are strongly encouraged even on weekday nights.
Have your coffee by the fire--which is lit late November or early December--but beware: Tables are strictly first-come, first-served.
Come early 'cause bar stools are in short supply, and it's standing room only near the gas fireplace.
Two grand gas fireplaces at either end of the glassed-in terrace keep things warm when the temp drops below 60. Reservations for such prime dining real estate are a must, but chances increase dramatically after 9pm.