With Thanksgiving just around the corner, most Baltimoreans’ minds and stomachs are turning to turkey and stuffing. But before the big day, there are still plenty of other things to sip and bite around town. Here’s a look at what’s happening in the Baltimore food scene this week:
The local food scene took a bit of a breather last week, settling into summer with just a few events. This week restaurants are back in full force, hosting wine dinners, brunches and other events, and other organizations are getting in on the action, too, with everything from a doughnut bike crawl to one of the city’s most popular international festivals.
Here’s a look at what’s happening in and around town this week:
Spring is here, Baltimore, and with it, tons of restaurant news, from the opening of a swanky new chop house to the return of a beloved brunch to food-related classes popping up all over town. Here’s a look at what Baltimore’s restaurants have to offer 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:
There’s no such thing as mid-winter doldrums in the restaurant world – at least not this week. With openings, new hours and tons of events, Baltimore food lovers have plenty to keep them busy this week.
Here’s a look at what’s happening around town:
At most colleges, undergraduate students return from winter break, dig into their books and hit the ground running in early January. At Hopkins, students are afforded a softer entry to their spring semester with fun or exploratory mini-classes, such as this year’s “Wine Appreciation” course.
It’s Friday, Baltimore. No matter how you feel about the results of Tuesday’s election, you’re probably ready for a distraction from the news. Fortunately, local restaurants are here for you. Here’s what they have on tap this week:
What better way to spend an autumn afternoon: Taste wines from Harbor East restaurants, poured by their top sommeliers and connoisseurs, while you swirl, sample, snack and shop in the vast number of shops in Baltimore’s ever-evolving center for style & fashion. Enjoy the cobblestone streets, beautiful harbor view, and lovely weather as you shop & sip. Two of falls best activities, in one of Baltimore’s most beautiful neighborhoods…
Bring on the 2nd Annual Vino in Vogue! Saturday, November 5th, 12-4pm.
Tasting tables hosted by select neighborhood venues will line the sidewalks of Harbor East, offering pours of three wines from each of their impressive cellars. Love one of the selections? Full glasses will be available for purchase.
Complimentary cheese, sweets and lite bites offered inside retail shops, with select stores hosting special sales and promotions. Live music from Pressing Strings and eats from Whole Foods Market Harbor East make the afternoon a festive fall affair.
Event check-in will be located at the Harbor East tent on Aliceanna Street (b/w S. Exeter & President Street Circle). Pre-ticketed guests will receive their signature tasting glass and a booklet of tasting tickets (4 tickets or 8 tickets, depending on your ticket package) which you can then redeem at any restaurant tasting station. Information on shopping sales and events will also be available.
- 4 Venue Tastings – Advanced $30, Onsite $35 : 3 pours per venue, 12 tastings total. Includes a signature event tasting glass and complimentary bites.
- 8 Venue Tastings – Advanced $50, Onsite $55: 3 pours per venue, 24 tastings total. Includes a signature event tasting glass and complimentary bites.
CLICK HERE for event info and a full list of participating businesses.
*Limited tasting tickets will also be available for purchase onsite the day of the event for an increased price, but Vino in Vogue sold out in its inaugural year, so best to buy in advance.