Join b Scene Events for the 2nd Annual Baltimore Seafood Fest at Canton Waterfront Park on Saturday, September 19th from noon to 7pm. Enjoy live music by the 8 Ohms Band and Unity Reggae Band, unique shopping, beer, wine and cocktails, and a family zone.
Experience signature seafood dishes from Baltimore’s favorite local restaurants including Jimmy’s Famous Seafood, Captain James Seafood Palace,Roy’s, Atwater’s,La Scala Ristoranti Italiano,The Local Oyster, True Chesapeake Oyster,Farmstead Grill, Heavy Seas Alehouse, Stuggy’s, Warehouse 518, Slainte, Dooby’s,Langermann’s, Cafe Gia, Dogwatch Tavern,Plug Ugly’s Pulick House,Saigon Today, Farafina Catering, Pitango Gelato, and Dessert Fantasies with more restaurants being added daily.
Reserve your Maryland steamed crabs in advance by purchase a VIP ticket or B’more Crabby ticket. Captain James will be steaming crabs onsite!
The Baltimore Seafood Fest is 70% sold out at this time and expected to sell out in advance. Use promo codeBMORECRABBY and save 20% off your ticket (excludes B’More Crabby Ticket and VIP ticket, valid through 8/3/15). Purchase tickets now!
Didn’t make it to the festival last year? Check out this video from last year!
Back in the day, a chain of vehicles heading toward Pigtown meant the swine were about to dash through the South Baltimore neighborhood. This Saturday, trucks will replace trains and the only place you’ll find pigs will be on the plate, but the community will come out to see the sights all the same. Read More →
The most delicious week of the summer is back! Celebrate the 10th anniversary of Baltimore Restaurant Week from July 24th to August 2nd in Harbor East. Enjoy two-course lunch and brunch options for $15 and three-course dinners for $20 & $30 at one (or more!) of our distinct dining destinations. Participating Harbor East restaurants include: Apropoe’s, Bond Street Social, Cinghiale, Gordon Biersch Brewery, James Joyce Irish Pub, Lebanese Taverna, The Oceanaire, PAZO and Roy’s Hawaiian Fusion. Baltimore Restaurant Week is a great opportunity to try a special place you’ve always had your eye on… or the newest hot spot! Reservations are strongly recommended – book your table early. Baltimore Restaurant Week is presented by Downtown Partnership of Baltimore, Visit Baltimore, and Dine Downtown Baltimore and is sponsored by WYPR, WTMD, MIX 106.5 and Baltimore magazine.
Pit beef’s local popularity proves that there’s room for the thinnest in the world of BBQ. But if the style were to move beyond Maryland, would people still seek out this rare form? Chaps Pit Beef is about to find out. Read More →
I first learned of Tessemae’s All Natural last summer when a friend had it at her house. She was raving about the Green Goddess Dressing, which is one of my favorites that I love to make at home. I was intrigued, but we weren’t eating so I didn’t get a chance to taste it that day. Maybe I should’ve swiped it, because that’s apparently how Tessemae’s started. A neighbor liked Tesse’s salad dressing so much, he stole it when he left their house. They figured, if it’s delicious enough for people to want to steal, we might just have something here.
The 20th anniversary year of Cal Ripken’s record-breaking 2,131 consecutive games on the baseball field calls for celebration. In these days of craft brewers running small batches, Heavy Seas is bringing the beer. Read More →
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