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Hot Plate: LB Skybar reopening, Ramps & Rose dinner at Foraged, Petit Louis’ April in Paris fete and more
If you’re thinking about heading outside with a drink in hand, now’s the time, Baltimore. This week brings tons of opportunities to eat and drink seasonally and locally–and outdoors. Here’s a look at what’s on tap:
HARBOR EAST’S SHINE SO BRIGHT BASH AT LIGHT CITY BALTIMORE
SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 6-9PM
Take a walk on the Bright Side at Harbor East as we celebrate the 3rd Annual Light City: A Festival of Light, Music & Innovation.
Kick off Light City in Harbor East at our Shine So Bright Bash with:
– A Live DJ on the Street
– Glow-in-the-Dark Giveaways
– Carnival Performers
– Street-side Bars Hosted by BIN 604 & Lebanese Taverna (complete with LED cups to get into the spirit of things!).
Plus each night of the festival, park, dine, shop and begin your night at Harbor East with light installations, a Brilliant Baltimore light display over Aliceanna Street, and event parking, just a $9 flat rate after 5PM.
For more info on Light City, visit: https://lightcity.org/
Even with snow and chilly temperatures in the forecast, Baltimore is welcoming spring this week, with the first wave of Light City events and a variety of fun food and drink activities.
Hot House: Four Seasons Residences, 300 International Drive, Unit 2207, Baltimore, MD 21202
Photo credit: Christian Horan
One bedroom, two bath, 900 sq. ft. condo at Four Seasons Residences. Open plan layout, glass walls with harbor views, herringbone walnut floors, waterfall marble counters and Miele appliances in kitchen. Washer/dryer, marble bathrooms, glass shower, custom walk-in closet, smart screens, shades, fully wired. Access to private residents floor and amenities: $799,000
Chef Kiran Patnam has been eyeing a chance to face off against Bobby Flay for five years now, since he first saw “Beat Bobby Flay” on the Food Network. Last night, it finally happened on TV.
In 2007, when Cinghiale opened, Baltimore was a very different city. The restaurant scene was just beginning to blossom and local diners weren’t nearly as knowledgeable about food as they are today. Cinghiale’s new neighborhood, Harbor East, was in the early stages of development, with the Four Seasons Hotel a brand new construction project (the hotel, which anchors the neighborhood today, opened in 2011).
Serious About Fashion?
Become a VIP at Harbor East’s FashionEASTa Fashion Show! The event is FREE and open to the public but you’ll want to reserve a VIP Ticket for the full red carpet experience.