Tired of all these summer salads and white wines? Ready for some heartier indulgences? Look no further than Fells Point this week.
Kevin Plank’s Sagamore Spirit has begun taking reservations for tours of the Port Covington whiskey distillery scheduled to officially open April 21.
Hot Plate: No Kid Hungry Fundraiser at Gunther & Co., The Emporiyum & Light City Return, Rye Rocks at The Walters & More
Get ready, Baltimore food lovers: this week is a big one. From multiple food-related benefits to the return of two of the city’s best events, The Emporiyum and Light City, to the Orioles’ Opening Day, this week is absolutely jam-packed.
Plan your dining and drinking strategies accordingly. Here’s a look at what’s happening this week:
Hot Plate: St. Patrick’s Day Festivities, Brunch at The Elephant, Wine at Cinghiale & Whole Hog at Le Garage
There’s plenty of green beer to be drunk this week, but there’s also mozzarella to be pulled, wine to be paired and a whole host of non-Irish food festivities to enjoy. Here’s a look at what Baltimore’s restaurants have planned this week:
These days, craft spirits all the rage. Those who consume alcohol now have their pick of the litter, from small-batch whiskey and gin to handmade vodka and tequila. This spring, Baltimore will play host to an entire conference devoted to the ballooning industry of craft distilled spirits.
Hot Plate: Tacos & Tequila at Gunther & Co., Greg’s Bagels Reopens, Bourbon, Whiskey and Local Distiller Events
Have you recovered yet from your Valentine’s Day sugar high? Ready for something new?
There’s a lot happening this week in Baltimore restaurant news, and none of it involves heart-shaped boxes of chocolate. New spots are opening, culturally educational dinners are taking place and restaurants are providing locals with lots of opportunities to learn about – and enjoy – different types of liquors.
Here’s a look at what’s happening in and around town this week:
Winter may be hard to endure, but cold weather can be forgotten when surrounded by warmth. This February, feel the radiance of a cozy restaurant, great food and body-warming, small-batch bourbon from craft distilleries. Pair that with the company of new friends and a feel-good fundraiser and you’re describing “Kentucky Nights Bourbon Tasting.”
Starting today, Donald Trump and Mike Pence will lead the United States of America together for at least the next four years. Retired Ravens great Ray Lewis wanted to make sure they had something to celebrate with, so he’s giving a pair of bottles of his new limited-edition bourbon to the Republican leaders.