Join B Scene Events & Promotions for the Inaugural Baltimore Seafood Festival taking place Saturday, September 20th from 12pm to 6pm at the Canton Waterfront Park.
The Baltimore Seafood Festival restaurant lineup includes: Aggio, Heavy Seas Alehouse, Farmstead Grill, Bond Street Social, Barcocina, Captain James Landing, Ryleigh’s Oyster,Jimmy’s Famous Seafood, Blue Agave, Roy’s, Langermanns,Cafe Gia, Lebanese Taverna, Stuggy’s, Atwater’s, Dooby’s,Dylan’s Oyster Cellar, The Nickel Taphouse, The Crab Depot, Pitango Gelato, and Flavor Cupcakery!
Taste signature seafood items ranging from raw oysters and steamed crabs to lobster lasagna and fish tacos! Not a seafood fan? Not to worry – there will be non seafood and vegetarian options available.
Sip the day away at the Smirnoff “Crush Bar” , Peligroso Tequila Bar, and Wine Bar or grab a Natty Boh, Red Stripe, Full Tilt Baltimore Pale Ale, Brooklyn Lager, Bud Light or signature cocktail from one of the bars!
Grab a seat under the Groupon Cooking Demo Tent and enjoy live cooking demos by Baltimore top chefs including: Bravo’s “Top Chef” and “Top Chef Masters” contestant, Bryan Voltaggio (Aggio), Gian Franco (Cafe Gia), Joseph Cotton (National Aquarium), Jerry Pellegrino (Waterfront Kitchen), Tim Dyson (Dooby’s), Scott Hines (Heavy Seas Alehouse), and Jessica (Savory Experiments).
To view ticket packages, restaurant offerings & the entertainment schedule, please visitwww.baltimoreseafoodfest.com.
Tickets are expected to sell out in advance. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Downtown Baltimore Family Alliance, a local non-profit whose mission is to make downtown Baltimore a place where families can thrive.
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