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Insider's Guide

Developed by several subdivisions between 1910 and 1930 as an upper-middle class neighborhood, the Greater Lauraville area evolved into a mixed-race middle class neighborhood during the 1970s and 1980s. Beginning in the early 2000s, the Harford road corridor has seen increased urban development with young area chefs choosing the neighborhood as the location from which to serve their innovative and creative cuisines. The neighborhood is a culturally diverse area that has a strong sense of inclusion and community involvement as well as a dedication to the arts.


Mark Brock-Cancellieri It's the big yards, nearby Herring Run Park, restaurants and most importantly its dynamism that make Lauraville a perfect fit for Mark Brock-Cancellieri.
Tiffany Underwood Tiffany Underwood says Greater Lauraville is her neigbhorhood of choice because its the best of both worlds -- an intimate sense of community coupled with the luxuries of city living.

Our Picks:

Eat & Drink

Maggie's Farm Restaurants
Clementine Restaurants
Hamilton Tavern Restaurants

Cafes and Hangouts


Harvest Fare Grocers & Food

Music and Entertainment

Clifton Park Golf Course Sports & Recreations
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After Dark: Peak Hours

Monday after 5 p.m.
Hamilton Tavern
Tuesday after 6 p.m.
Thursday after 5 p.m.
Maggie's Farm
Friday after 7p.m.
Koco's Pub
Sunday after 12:30 p.m.
O'Hara's Irish Pub