The birthplace of Billie Holiday, Nancy Pelosi and my girl-crush Parker Posey, Baltimore is a source of amazing women living their best lives. Whether you call it Baltimore, Balmer or Baldamore, there's really something for everyone here, hon! 


Culinary Architecture

Sylva Lin and Piper Booher are the co-owners of this amazing neighborhood market. The store provides pantry staples, hard-to-find food products and culinary delights. They pride themselves on sourcing fresh ingredients and products from local purveyors and food entrepreneurs. Sylva and Piper are on a mission to bring their community together through food.

Knits, Soy & Metal

Hand knitted items, soy candles and locally crafted jewelry fill Letta Moore's simple store in the Mt. Vernon neighborhood of Baltimore. Her space also offers candle making workshops and in-studio classes. All her products are handmade, vegan friendly and natural. Letta is a true inspiration to aspiring women-owned businesses. She is a single mom and still holds a full time job as a marketing director while she gets Knits, Soy & Metal off the ground. Yes Way, Letta!

Poppy and Stella

Kelley Krohn Heuisler's boutique focuses on quality over quantity. She carefully picks styles and merchandise based on the quality, not the brand name. Her cute boutique's main offerings are shoes and accessories - these make the outfit after all!

Cafe Hon

Their tagline says it all - "causal cuisine, local flavor." Denise Whiting owns this lively restaurant and provides guests with a true Baltimore experience. The word "hon" is a term of endearment (short for "honey") used by Baltimore residents. If you're looking to experience Baltimore, look no further!

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