Molly got a bike... FINALLY! First stop is Bin 604 in Inner Harbor East for a wine tasting because I'm trying to find wines for my wine collection. Which is currently one bottle. I already tried (and failed obviously) to put together a nice wine collection, but one night I was thinking, you know, if I die tomorrow, I will have wasted my life NOT drinking this good wine. I digress.
Bin 604 (http://www.bin604.com/) is a nice little wine shop next to Whole Foods. They have wine tastings and the sommolier(?) was very knowledgable. He also would have made a great hypnotist. All he'd have to do is record himself reading his wine notes and sell it as a relaxation CD. I'd be asleep listening to that by the time he rated the 2005 Cab from Sonoma (or really really thirsty and frustrated). They offer little nibbles of cheese and crackers, but that may have been for our benefit. It's good to be the king...
We bought a bottle to drink there because you know, it's more economical that way. Went from there to Pizzazz (http://www.pizzazztuscangrille.com/) next to the Aquarium. It's where the Asian Bistro used to be; the restaurant attached to the Pier Six Hotel. They have an entire Vegan menu, but we say "ha!" to that and ordered corona and meat! The food was good, but the seafood rizotto was "fishy" mmmmmhmmmm. I enjoyed my pesto pizza, but it was nothing special. Bathroom was nice and it has a magic mirror that makes you look super skinny. Nice touch after inhaling an entire pizza.
We ended the night at Langerman's for a nightcap. Yet another successful bandida ride, though I totally forgot to buy a bottle of wine for my collection, natch.