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July 30, 2009

Suite 18 replaces Gordon's Nightclub

suite 18 baltimoreA new club called Suite 18 has replaced Gordon's Nightclub (1818 Maryland Ave.).

I wish I could tell you more about Suite 18, but I haven't been able to get a hold of the new owners (or the owner of Gordon's).

I've left phone messages and sent e-mails, but gotten no responses. So if you know anything about Suite 18, fill me in. 

Years ago, this spot used to be home to a live music club called The Rev.

In fact, local indie rockers the Oranges Band wrote a song about it in the song "Gordon's Nightclub." That's on their latest album, Are Invisible.

(Photo by me)


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Posted by Sam Sessa at 2:04 PM | | Comments (5)
Categories: Bars & Clubs
        

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I haven't been there, but I am Facebook friends w/someone who promotes events there. They have a Facebook page and website. I've heard good things froma couple of people. They seem to be on similar lines to Eden's Lounge.

My father & his associate are the owners of Suite 18. You can contact Antoine @ 443-871-5014 & leave a message. The club is amazing! Caters to VIP parties & lots of local talent! This Friday Maxwell is performing @ 1st Mariner Arena & the after party for the performers will be at Suite 18!! So come on out & get yourself the story!

Also, the e-mail you want to send any questions regaurding the club to is:

questions@ste18.com the actual website itself is ste.com also!

Also, the e-mail you want to send any questions regaurding the club to is:

questions@ste18.com the actual website itself is ste.com also!

Hello,

If you're trying to reach the owner of the building and owner of the former name, Gordon's Lounge, he can be reached via email at j-gordon@usa.net. He has temporarily leased the building, but can still be reached with any questions, etc.

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