Mt. Washington in Baltimore

Visitors head to Mt. Washington in Baltimore, Maryland, to shop in a relaxed atmosphere, attend art workshops, and experience fine food.

Locals and savvy visitors stroll the village and duck in boutiques looking for that must-have. Shopping in this genteel town is like a vacation from the city and busy malls.


La Chic Boutique

La Chic Boutique offers consignment clothing and accessories in Mt. Washington in Baltimore, Maryland.

La Chic Boutique

La Chic Boutique sells consignment clothing and accessories including designer brands.

Something Else                        

Check out Something Else for uniques styles and accessories for women.

Pasha’s Hammam Herbal Soaps                         

If you are searching for herbal soaps, oils, cosmetics, shawls, or scarves, Pasha’s is your place.

O’Malley Antiques                                                                       
O’Malley’s Antiques sells beautiful antiques dated from the 18th to the 20th century.

O'Malley Antiques in Mt. Washington, Baltimore

O’Malley Antiques can enhance your home with furniture, ceramics, art, metals, accessories, lighting, rugs, mirrors and more.


Art parties are big in this area. Children celebrate their birthdays creating arts and crafts, and adults attend “girls night out” events and bring their chosen beverage.

The studios run art workshops that accommodate the novice to the artisan. These workshops include painting, glass art, hand building with clay, and using the potter’s wheel. Instructors guide students through steps to create one-of-a-kind pieces.

Art Classes

The Painting Workshop                                                        

The Painting Workshop schedules classes and parties for children and adults.

The Painted Palette in Mt. Washington, Baltimore

The Painted Palette is a studio where students relax and learn to paint.

The Painted Palette                                            

The Painted Palette holds classes for children, but they are billed as “Baltimore’s best venue for art and wine entertainment.”

Baltimore Clayworks                                                

Baltimore Clayworks teaches design, clay building by hand, and the use of the potter’s wheel.

Amazing Glaze in Mt. Washington, Baltimore

Amazing Glaze is a painting studio in Mt. Washington, Baltimore.

Amazing Glaze

Amazing Glaze throws pottery painting parties and workshops for children through adults. They teach glass fusing, canvas painting, and mosaics. Adults can bring their own beverage.


Local restaurants serve Chesapeake Bay seafood and multicultural specialties in a casual atmosphere. Foodies can feast on Creole, Japanese, French, and American selections.

The Nickel Taphouse                                                           

The Nickel Tap House in Mt. Washington in Baltimore

The Nickel Taphouse in Mt. Washington features oysters and craft beer.

The Zagat-rated Nickel Taphouse features pub food, craft beers, and oysters.

Mt. Washington Tavern in Baltimore

Mt. Washington Tavern in Baltimore is a locals haven.

The Mt Washington Tavern                                  

The Mt. Washington Tavern serves lunch and dinner, and the bar is a great place to mingle and grab some oysters, a burger, or a salad.

Woodrows Bar-B-Que                                                           

Woodrows Bar-B-Que specializes in Texas barbecue that is hormone and antibiotics free.

Le Bistro Du Village in Mt. Washington

Le Bistro Du Village in Mt. Washington is owned by a family who had lived in Paris.

Le Bistro Du Village                                                                

Le Bistro Du Village is Zagat rated and family owned. They feature traditional French cuisine.

Ethel’s Creole Kitchen                                                

Ethel’s Creole Kitchen creates Chesapeake Bay,  Louisiana Creole, and Cajun concoctions.

Chiyo Sushi: Japanese Restaurant                                            

Chiyo Sushi offers Japanese specialties like sushi, tempura, and teriyaki.

While in Baltimore, if you have a few hours to spare, take a trip to Mt. Washington. Whether shopping, attending classes, or dining, you will find that the locals make you feel at home.






4 thoughts on “Mt. Washington in Baltimore

    • There’s not a lot to do, but it’s worth a trip, especially to take an art class with your friends. Plus there are a few spas and you can’t go wrong at The Mt. Washington Tavern or the French restaurant. Thanks for reading.

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