This week has a little bit of everything for Baltimore food lovers, from wine to whiskey to…goat cheese. Plus, there’s plenty of red meat in honor of Father’s Day. Here’s a look at what local restaurants have planned.
Tag: Father’s Day
Ladew Gardens Announces Line-up for Annual Groovin’ in the Grass Summer Concert Series June 18 – August 6, 2017
Ladew Topiary Gardens is pleased to announce the 2017 Groovin’ in the Grass Summer Concert series, which includes 8 family-friendly concerts beginning on June 18th and continuing through August 6th.
In time for Father’s Day this Sunday, University of Baltimore MFA student Elisa Estrella recounts her heartbreaking–but meaningful–relationship with her dad.
I remember once you were washing black car grease off your forearms at the kitchen sink and you smiled at me; once you bought me a doll that could walk if I pulled her arm—you laughed that the doll was bigger than me; I loved you most then; you always dressed in leather wingtip shoes, wool pants, cotton shirts, and a leather jacket when it was cold; you had thin black hair you combed to one side; you were hairy but clean-shaven; I remember you wore Old Spice; you smoked Parliaments; you drank Miller when you watched the New York Mets play; you quit smoking when you developed a cough; you drank Chivas Regal on special occasions; you tried to quit drinking, but no one liked you sober so you went back to drinking; you jogged when you gained weight—and you lost it.
There’s plenty to do this Father’s Day Weekend, whether you’re celebrating with Dad or not. From festivals to food, crafts to craft beer, there’s tons going on this weekend– for the whole family, or the single shopper.
Today, hop out of bed and head down to the Charm City Craft Mafia’s Pile of Craft— the amazing summer craft fair that features all of our favorite local (and non-local) artists!
If Dad (or you, or anyone else, really) loves wine, you can hit up Baltimore Wine Fest for wine from around the world and craft beer galore. There will also be live music, cooking demos, and more!
The Science Center is hosting a Solstice Party to honor the longest day of the year. But this is no kids’ affair. Enjoy dancing and cocktails with your fellow science-loving adults as you dance the shortest night of the year away.
Still in search of a place to take Dad for brunch? The Mt. Washington Tavern has all Dad’s favorite menu items, along with a free bottle of Maker’s Mark Barbecue Sauce for all dads dining there that day.
Or, if you’re spending Sunday morning without Dad, you can head over to lululemon athletica for their in-store yoga class in Harbor East. It’s a great way to pack some summer fitness into your weekend. And then maybe hit the brunch tables.
Few spots in Baltimore scream “dad” quite as much as the Mt. Washington Tavern. With its hearty menu, great drinks, and classy old fashioned atmosphere, the Mt. Washington Tavern is pretty much any dad’s dream. Where else can they go all year round for mind blowing burgers, prime game watching, and of course, spectacular happy hours? This is the place where dad was watching Ravens games, March Madness, and the Belmont when you thought he was just pulling some overtime. No need to call him out on it, of course. Instead, meet him halfway by showing him you know what he likes. Make your reservations for Father’s Day brunch today. Or bring him in for lunch. Or dinner. Or all three. But seriously, you can’t beat this brunch.