Style in Space & Time

Style in Space & Time

The Mt. Washington Dye House was beautifully decked out with gorgeous vignettes, custom cocktails and exquisite food for a Copper Kitchen sampling reception recently.

That included this stunning display of scrumptious sweets, thanks to the efforts of Copper Kitchen co-owners Kevin Miller and Jennifer DeVos.

The cozy, lodge-like interiors of the taproom at Waverly Brewing Co. in Woodberry, are always an excellent backdrop for hoisting a pint on a chilly day. The design is full of fun vintage pieces, but this authentic chandelier crafted from deer antlers is one of my favorites. The next time you’re in, look for it. {Waverly Brewing Co., 1625 Union Avenue, Woodberry}

The first floor of the Stalking Horse Tavern in Federal Hill is sporting a stylish new look and a new name. Now dubbed Whiskey Hill, the watering hole has a new décor, a nice selection of whiskies, bourbons and ryes, and a new menu. My favorite part of the new look is the rustic, eye-catching Stars & Stripes that graces the entire back wall of the main dining room. {Whiskey Hill, 26 E. Cross Street, Federal Hill}

For those into fashion of previous eras, The Maryland Historical Society hosted a pop-up vintage clothing shop – in anticipation of its upcoming ‘Heirloom to Haute’ Gala on March 25 – that provided the motherlode for those digging for vintage treasure.

That included a variety of men’s vintage neckwear (I picked up a vintage After Six ivory shawl-collar dinner jacket for myself).