More food may not be top-of-mind with a Thanksgiving feast dispatched and leftovers still in the fridege, but a fest in Fells Point sounds like a holiday weekend treat. Don’t worry, oysters tend to slide through the cracks. Read More →
We’re taking time off to celebrate Thanksgiving. We’ll see you back here on Friday. Happy Thanksgiving from the Baltimore Fishbowl.
From now until January 4, 2016, Sticky Rice Baltimore presents “Pop-Culture Pop-Up” – 47 days of pop-culture inspired art, activities, workshops, cocktail classes and parties. Twenty artists and events will celebrate all things pop-culture.
Baltimore has been lighting up the Washington Monument in Mt. Vernon for 44 years now. That’s almost half a century that Baltimoreans have been gathering to welcome the holiday season right in the heart of the city. This year, the holiday tradition has never looked so spectacular.
Just in time for the busiest shopping day of the year, the Baltimore Farmers’ Market & Bazaar announces it will stay open one additional hour until 1pm on Sundays November 22, December 6, December 13 and December 20. The market is the perfect place to shop for festive meals, unique gifts and holiday decorations. Read More →
Baltimore has thriving farmer’s markets, and the number of grocery stores are growing. But access to fresh produce remains a challenge in many neighborhoods. This weekend, a pop-up farmer’s market organized by the founders of Tessemae’s aims to spotlight the food desert issue, and provide some veggies in the meantime. Read More →
The SEED School of Maryland has partnered with the Ed Reed Foundation to sponsor the Fifth Annual Ed Reed Turkey Day Celebration, an event that donates over 400 Thanksgiving meals to the students of SEED Maryland. Read More →
Spiced Pumpkin Ice Cream Pie production is in full swing! $18, feeds 8-10 people. Click Here to Pre-order yours today!
Origins at Artifact Coffee, Hosted by Chef Spike Gjerde: Internationally-Known Food Historian William Woys Weaver
A speaker series about food, its sources, and how we eat. Our seventh installation of the Origins Speaker Series is a conversation with William Woys Weaver, Ph.D., Director of the Keystone Center for the study of Regional Foods and Food Tourism, author of As American as Shoofly Pie: The Foodlore and Fakelore of Pennsylvania Dutch Cuisine, and founder of the Roughwood Seed Collection, which houses over 4000 varieties of heirloom plants. Hosted by Chef Spike Gjerde. The evening includes dinner, drinks, conversation, and a signed copy of Dr Weavers book.
$80 per person. For reservations, call us at 410-464-8000.
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