Mixed news out of The QG today. As some of you may have heard, there were plans to bring a speakeasy style bar to the 6th Floor in The QG building. However, the original liquor license acquired for the 6th floor has fallen through.
“I’ve always enjoyed a classic, old school experience; whether its a barbershop, haberdashery, or classic cocktail bar. Unfortunately, due to the lack of a liquor license, I’ve had to fall back on one of my other passions: Rehoboth-beach-style family fun.”
Owner and Founder of the QG, Craig Martin, has decided–instead–to place a 3,000-square-foot Family Fun Style Arcade on the top floor. “You’ll have all my favorite classics: Donkey Kong, Galaga, and Ms Pacman. Trust me, Ms. Pacman is a far superior game to regular Pacman,” says Mr. Martin with much vigor.
“It really has become about two of my greatest passions.”
Mr Martin plans to put a miniature golf course on the roof of the building, replacing the originally planned rooftop bar and deck. “Something about hitting golf balls with a golf club has always really appealed to me,” says Craig.
Further information about the new expansion will be available at this years Bourbon and Bowties. Rumors abound that the basement at the QG could become Baltimore City’s first vintage-style, indoor Go Cart Rink.