Here are the 3 newest businesses to launch in Baltimore

Here are the 3 newest businesses to launch in Baltimore
Photo: Florigen/Yelp
By Hoodline - Published on October 11, 2019.

Looking to hit up the freshest new spots in Baltimore? From a Thai restaurant to a floral shop, read on for a list of the newest spots to debut near you.

Bodhi Federal Hill

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Bodhi Federal Hill is a Thai spot, that recently opened at 1444 Light St. in Federal Hill.

Bodhi Federal Hill offers soup, salad, curry, rice and noodle dishes. On the menu, look for Orange Chicken(grilled chicken thigh, cabbage, carrot, broccoli, homemade orange sauce, sautéed with chili basil sauce), Duck Kra Prow (baked duck, steam broccoli, crispy basil with chili basil sauce) and Green Curry (green curry, bamboo shoots, eggplants, bell pepper, basil). 

Yelepers rave about the drunken noodles and fast service.

Check out the full menu here. 

Char'd City

Photo: Char'd city/Yelp

New to 5402 Harford Road in Hamilton-Lauraville is Char'd City, an Italian and vegan spot, offering pizza and more.

Char'd City offers "Tunisian cuisine with an Italian twist," according to the business's Yelp page.  The spot has a wood-fired oven that cooks pizza at 900 degrees in 90 seconds. Menu standouts include the Tartufo Pizza (mozzarella, ricotta, mushrooms, black truffles, garlic, lemon zest and extra virgin olive oil), the anchovies stromboli (white anchovies, mozzarella, capers, olive oil and smoked mozzarella) and the Char'd sampler platter (four Harissa wings, Tajine el Bay, one brik roll with tuna, and one brik roll with crab).


Photo: florigen/Yelp

A Canton newcomer, Florigen is a florist that's located at 2822 O'Donnell St.

This shop offers floral arrangements for every occasion, from birthdays to funerals. Customers can build their own arrangements or purchase pre-made bouquets. The shop also creates vase arrangements, garland, flower crowns, corsages and more for weddings and special events.  

Check out all the shop's services here. 

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