Charm City Cook: So Many Reasons to Eat and Drink!

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There are so many food events in Baltimore in the next month or so I needed to make a list, so I thought I’d share it with you!

Disloyalty Pop-up Coffee Tasting

Saturday, September 28
Fells Point Farmers Market
7:30am – until they run out….

The Disloyalty Card program, which encourages visitors and locals alike to discover the city’s great cafés and coffee shops outside of their daily routines, launched in August.  Pitango Gelato and Dooby’s Coffee will join LAMILL Coffee at the Fells Point Farmers Market to provide complimentary samples of their bestselling beverages and light fare along with information about the Disloyalty Card program. Get your card at the farmers market, go to all of the participating coffee shops and discover some of the city’s best coffee!

Farm to Chef
Monday, September 30
American Visionary Art Museum
6:30 p.m.
$99
$110 day of event

Farm to Chef is a local culinary competition that benefits Days of Taste. Thirty of the most talented Maryland chefs will be paired with thirty local farms to create innovative dishes for guests to enjoy. Plus delicious, creative cocktails presented by the Baltimore Bartenders Guild.

International Sake Day
Tuesday, October 1
PABU

PABU will kick off Sake Month with International Sake Day with the launch of a month-long Sake Happy Hour featuring complimentary abbreviated Sake 101 classes (see below for details) taught by Tiffany Soto, one of only three female master sake sommeliers in the world, and complimentary sake tastings. PABU will also highlight signature sake cocktails like the Cobra Kai and the Super X as well as offer special pricing on sake by the glass and bottle.

Birroteca’s 1st Birthday
Benefitting the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Maryland Chapter
Thursday, October 3
5:30-6:30pm VIP
6:30-10:30pm General Admission

VIP $100, General $35

This party will bring in The Food Market’s Chad Gauss as its guest chef. Gauss will be bringing The Food Truck 450, his restaurant’s new mobile catering unit. Inside, Birroteca will be serving pasta, pizza and porchetta. The $35 ticket includes unlimited food and two drinks. That’s from 6:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. A $100 VIP ticket includes unlimited food and drink throughout the evening and a preview hour from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. with representatives from Union Craft Brewing, Evolution Craft Brewing Co., Burley Oak Brewing Co. and Millstone Cellars.
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Sake 101
PABU
Saturday, October 5
Saturday, October 12

Sake 102
October 19
October 26

Each Sake 101 class is an interactive tasting of five Sakes that will explore various flavor profiles and illustrate the diversity within the genre. With every sip, guests will learn about the libation’s history and brewing process, the meanings behind different grade designations, and how production regions affect taste. Conversation will also delve into the benefits of drinking Sake (including its low calorie count) and tips for easily navigating a Sake menu in the future. The

Sake 102 classes will also cover pairing Sake with cuisine. Classes are $25 plus tax and gratuity per person and reservations can be made by contacting Shannon Toback at 410-223-1464 or [email protected]

Great Kids Farm Fall Food & Jazz Festival
Benefitting Great Kids Farm
Saturday, October 5
5:00-9:00pm
$50

Enjoy an evening of locally sourced food and beverages, farm tours, jazz, and speaker Anim Steele discussing the creation of healthy food environments. Food will be presented by restaurants that purchase farm produce, including Atwater’s Bakeries, Waterfront Kitchen, Gertrudes, and the Black Olive. Beer provided by Union Craft Brewery. Proceeds benefit the nutrition, career training, and environmental education programs at Great Kids Farm.

Taste of the Nation
Monday, October 7
American Visionary Art Museum
VIP Admission $150
5:30-9:30pm
General Admission $95
6:30pm – 9:30pm

Taste of the Nation Maryland 2013 will feature more than 20 of Baltimore’s most prestigious restaurants, chefs, and mixologists for a night dedicated to help fund our No Kid Hungry Campaign and ensure that all children in America get the healthy food they need, every day. With the support and passion of our chefs, donors, sponsors, volunteers, and attendees we look forward to a night dedicated to Share Our Strength’s mission, ending childhood hunger.

Kubota Sake Dinner
PABU
Thursday, October 10
6:30pm
$95

PABU was recently honored with having “The Best Tasting Menu” of 2013 by Baltimore Magazine. For the month of October, Executive Chef Jonah Kim will introduce a sake-influenced version of their successful Satori tasting menu to be accompanies by various sake. One of the most prestigious brands, the collection of sakes is very hard to come by in the U.S. Kubota has been brewing sake for more than 400 years in Yugata—sake sommelier Tiffany Soto’s favorite region, known for exquisite snowfalls and long brewing seasons. Senshin, an ultra daiginjo and competition batch sake, will be part of the 5-course dinner pairing.

Fleet Street Kitchen’s 1st Birthday
Benefitting The Red Devils, breast cancer support
Sunday, October 13
7:00-11:30pm

$39

Fleet Street is a year old! Coming in to to help out the in-house team of Chris Becker, Chris Amendola and Bettina Perry are Chad Gauss from The Food Market, Brad Willits and Brendan Dorr from B&O Brasserie, Jonah Kim from PABU, Doug Atwell from Rye, Cyrus Keefer from Fork & Wrench, Tae Strain, formerly of Demi in Belvedere Square and now at Manon in New York City.

Taste of Hampden
Benefitting the Hampden Family Center
Thursday, October 24
$35

Join Hampden and Woodberry area restaurants for a fun evening of food and drinks. This is such a great event and sells out every year! Learn more: Hampden Family Center

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Amy Langrehr

Amy Langrehr

Amy Langrehr is the blogger and Instagrammer behind Charm City Cook.She writes about food, drink, cooking and more in her hometown of Baltimore.
Amy Langrehr


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