More Places to Eat & Play at B'more's Power Plant Live

Baltimore's Power Plant Live is getting some entertainment add-ons.

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    Baltimore's Power Plant Live is getting a makeover.

    The entertainment area near the Inner Harbor is getting a permanent outdoor stage with video screens, covered by a 50-foot-high glass canopy, reports the Baltimore Sun.

    Officials with the Cordish Cos. shared details of the project, which should all be ready by the summer concert season.

    But before that happens, a country-themed bar called PBR Baltimore, which stands for Professional Bull Riders, is expected to open in the spring.

    Another new spot, Tatu Asian Grill, opened recently.

    Cordish officials also said expect to close a deal soon that will bring in a 7,000-square-foot restaurant concept in the space where the Improv Comedy Club used to sit.