Held this year in the old Best Buy space downtown, the market is a huge celebration of food. The list of 75+ vendors include local favorites like The Local Oyster, Remington mezcaleria Clavel, Dooby’s, The Corner Pantry, Mount Vernon dumpling haven Pinch and Woot! Granola (plus so many more). The list includes restaurants, brewers, bakers…and much more.
There will be samples galore, plus products to purchase and each ticket-holder also receives a tote bag. Saturday VIP tickets to the massive foodie festival are sold out – but there are still some left for Sunday. VIP tickets include early access, complimentary cocktail sips and bites, plus a treat-filled gift bag.
The samples are great and the atmosphere is fun, but the best part of The Emporiyum might be the opportunity it gives attendees to learn about what’s new and cool in the Baltimore food scene. The event provides a fantastic opportunity to check out what people from Baltimore and the surrounding areas are creating and to actually talk with the people behind the products.
What we eat is so important – and when we know the people behind the food, it always tastes better.
The Emporiyum. 600 East Pratt Street, Floor 3. Starts at 10 a.m. Saturday (general admission access at 11 a.m.). Tickets start at $16.82 and children under 12 are free.
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