Anthem House takes inspiration from the diverse community of Locust Point by celebrating the creativity and culture of the neighborhood.

    Baltimore is the birthplace of our National Anthem, Babe Ruth, and Billie Holiday—and the current home of burgeoning artists, creators, and innovators. It’s a city full of momentum; a place that nurtures creativity and embraces the unconventional. Baltimore reveals itself as a hub of diversity and culture for those ready to explore attractions like the vibrant culinary scene, historic landmarks, and outstanding arts festival, Artscape. And there’s no better example of the city’s eclectic style than Locust Point, a neighborhood that’s home to both L.P Steamers, an old-school seafood joint known throughout the city for its blue crabs, as well as 1157 Bar & Kitchen, the newest restaurant from one of Baltimore’s favorite chefs, Jason Ambrose. This harmony between the iconic and the emerging is what gives Locust Point it’s distinct and authentic feel.


    The Foundery

    The Foundery was built upon the goal to fuel the creative community with unique access to industrial-grade tools and knowledge, and to provide a safe and accessible makers’ space for Baltimore’s creative community to gather, learn, build and teach.

    Ludlow Market

    A unique bistro, wine bar, and wine shop all under one roof. They proudly offer over 25 wines by the glass and an 800 bottle selection in the wine shop.

    Diamondback Brewing Company

    Longtime friends Tom, Francis, and Colin founded Diamondback Brewing Company in 2013, with production starting in late 2014. From their first batch at the University of Maryland to the current production level, they’ve always strived to create unforgettable beer that everyone can enjoy.