There’s rain in the forecast this week but there are still plenty of reasons to venture out, from new menu items to food-oriented festivals. Here’s a look at what’s coming up in Baltimore:
Autumn is a glorious time for Baltimore weather, sports – and food. This week marks the start of a busy season of festivals, dinners, and fun, food-related events in the Baltimore restaurant scene. Here’s a look at what’s happening:
Hot Plate: Local Oyster opens in Locust Point, Taste of Towson & Dining Out for Life return, and more.
From tons of new opening announcements to tiki drinks, fundraisers, and outdoor festivals, this week the Baltimore culinary scene promises to be fun and full of energy. Here’s a look at what’s coming up:
Hot Plate: Chef Tae Strain pops up at Foraged, whiskey tasting at Magdalena, halfway to St. Pat’s at Guinness, and more.
This week is an exciting one in the Baltimore restaurant world, as the city’s beer scene gets a look from national media, fall flavors return to restaurants, and Maryland Restaurant Week begins. Here’s a look at what’s on tap:
Hot Plate: Annabel Lee for sale, Lexington Market Plaza opening, crab soup cookoff at Fleet Week and more
With school back in session and summer winding down, this week marks a transition time in the Baltimore restaurant world, including openings, closings and vacations – plus a handful events serving as a kickoff to a fun, food-filled fall.
Here’s a look at what’s happening this week:
Hot Plate: Sally O’s celebrates turning two, cornhole at Union, Cureate Courses application open and more
As summer starts its slow wind down, the Baltimore restaurant scene begins to heat up. This week brings birthday celebrations, start-up opportunities and more. Here’s a look at what’s coming up:
From noodles to cocktails to barbecue, this week offers plenty of reasons for Baltimore food-lovers to get out and about. Here’s a look at what’s happening in the Charm City restaurant scene right now:
Hot Plate: Water Song at R. House, wine dinners at The Milton Inn & Gramercy Mansion, summer menus and more
From French wines to locally-grown peaches, this week the Baltimore food world is full of flavor. Here’s a look at what’s coming up:
From oysters to tomatoes to a suckling pig, this week offers a little bit of everything Baltimore food-lovers could want. Here’s a look at what’s on tap:
From oysters to veggies, this summer week promises to be fresh and fun on the Baltimore restaurant scene. Here’s a look at what’s on tap:
It might be hot outside but local restaurants are not using that as an excuse to cool down in the kitchen. From restaurant week promotions to a smattering of openings, this week is an exciting one in the Baltimore culinary world.
Here’s a look at what’s happening:
The air is hot and humid but tomatoes are ripe and peaches are sweet – July is a great time for dining in Baltimore. Here’s a look at what local restaurants have on tap this week:
From celebrations of the fighting French spirit to cocktails designed for sipping on a beach, this week will be a fun one in the Baltimore restaurant world. Here’s a look at what’s happening:
This week is all about the fireworks – but don’t forget the food. Baltimore restaurants have fun plans in place for the month of July, including crabs, peaches, and lots of drinks. Here’s a look at what’s coming up:
Hot Plate: Petit Louis turns 22, La Cuchara pops up at Ekiben, Wine & Food Festival at Timonium Fairgrounds and more
Baltimore has a sunny week full of sips on the horizon, as the culinary community gears up for a variety of fun food and drink-related events. Here’s a look at what’s on tap: