The Sandlot restaurant debuts this Thursday at 4 p.m. but has been killing me for weeks. I can see it from my office chair, and let me tell you, it looks GREAT. Per my research and light stalking, the restaurant and bar owned by Spike Gjerde’s group (Woodberry Kitchen, Artifact Coffee, Parts & Labor) is focusing on young families and millennials with volleyball courts, bocce courts and kid zones. This is a temporary project with an expectancy of 5-7 years before construction begins on other Harbor Point buildings.
The menu is more casual with nachos, sandwiches, ice cream sandwiches and cocktails under $12. My favorite part of the Sandlot is how effortlessly its going to be to justify having a drink on the water on a lovely Saturday afternoon. Extremely close to the Fells Farmers Market new location, you can grab your fruits, vegs and bagels, pick up a bag of Zekes, and then grab lunch or play a game of bocce!
REV Cycle Studio’s will be hosting outdoor spin and barre classes on Saturday, June 24th. The event will feature three spin classes and one barre classes, overlooking the waterfront. The cost is $21 per person and space is limited and available on a first come, first serve basis. Participants can refuel post-sweat session with honeygrow’s honeybars and cold-pressed juices. Ceremony Coffee Roasters will also be on hand selling coffee and pastries. In addition, all participants will have the opportunity to win gifts from local fitness partners including Lululemon, Charm City Run, CorePower Yoga and more.
1000 Wills St., Harbor Point (enter underneath the shipping containers).
Operating hours will be 4 p.m.-11 p.m. Sunday-Thursday; 11 a.m.-11 p.m. Friday-Saturday.
For more information, go to instagram.com/sandlotbaltimore.