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Blue Moon Cafe, which has locations in Fells Point and Federal Hill, features works from local artists on the walls of both its restaurants. Pictured, Anthony Wallace, foreground, left, and Lauren Zawicki, have brunch at the Fells Point cafe.
(1621 Aliceanna St./1024 Light St.; 410-522-3940/443-759-4907;
bluemoonbaltimore.com) SEE MORE GALLERIES
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The Charmery, a Hampden ice cream shop, has featured the works of artist Matt Muirhead since it opened in 2013. Muirhead also painted the shop's bathroom, which was recently named the second-best bathroom in the country in the annual America’s Best Restroom contest hosted by Cintas Corp. David Alima, pictured in the shop, owns the Charmery with his wife, Laura.
(801 W. 36th St.; 410-814-0493;
thecharmery.com) SEE MORE GALLERIES
Across Baltimore, a number of restaurants support local artists by showcasing their work in rotating shows. Here are some of the establishments in town that use their walls as galleries to feature artwork for sale.