Harbor East, Baltimore’s hottest destination for dining, shopping and nightlife, announces Vino in Vogue, a wine tasting and shopping event. On Saturday, November 7th from 12–4PM guests can sip, swirl and sample wines from some of the neighborhood’s most notable restaurants while enjoying shopping, light bites, and live music in the heart of the district.
Azumi, Bond Street Social, Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar, Lebanese Taverna, Ouzo Bay, Roy’s Hawaiian Fusion and Wit & Wisdom will host tasting stations. At each table, sommeliers and wine experts will offer pours of three different wines from their respective restaurant cellars, giving guests an opportunity to sample their wine programs and explore varietals, blends and regions.
Love one of the selections? Enjoy a full glass while you window shop and snack on cheese, sweets and light fare at a variety of Harbor East retailers including South Moon Under, J.Crew, Sassanova and more to be announced soon. Live music at Katyn Circle makes the afternoon a festive fall affair.
Tickets for Vino in Vogue are on sale now and must be purchased in advance. Reserve your tasting glass today: $30 for early birds – $35 after October 17th. Ticket includes wine tastings from seven restaurants (three pours per restaurant), a signature tasting glass, food and complimentary garage parking at Harbor East. Please note full glasses of wine will be available for purchase on-site and are not included in the ticket cost.
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About Harbor East
Harbor East is home to some of Baltimore’s best shopping, dining, entertainment, hotels and residences. Among its many eclectic attractions are fine dining restaurants, vibrant and unique shops, a world-class fitness center and a seven-screen art house theatre. Harbor East is also an inspiring place for business, providing a contemporary setting for world-class offices. www.harboreast.com.
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