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August 14, 2022
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Good Food, Great Vibes: Baltimore Restaurant Week

Chic decor, picturesque surroundings, and a lively atmosphere can go a long way in contributing to unforgettable dining experiences that keep us coming back for more. Explore our list of the vibiest establishments participating in Baltimore Restaurant Week.

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Support Black-Owned During Baltimore Restaurant Week

Support the Black-Owned businesses offering dining deals for brunch, lunch, or dinner during Baltimore Restaurant Week from July 22 – 31, 2022.

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Downtown Date Night for Baltimore Restaurant Week

Baltimore Restaurant Week is one of our favorite weeks of the year. We love connecting residents, employees, and visitors to some of the best dining that Baltimore has to offer. […]

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Call for Vendors: Pratt Street Market

Downtown Partnership invites local businesses to apply to vend at the Pratt Street Market for the 2022 season. Running June – September.

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Where to Celebrate St. Paddy’s Day in Downtown Baltimore

Whether you’re actually Irish, or you’re just in it for the beer — here are a few spots worth checking out for St. Patrick’s Day in Downtown Baltimore.

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More to Explore: Mt. Vernon & Charles Center

Looking for things to do in Baltimore? Spend an upcoming weekend exploring Downtown’s historic Mt. Vernon and Charles Center neighborhoods.

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Baltimore Summer Restaurant Week Dates Announced

Downtown Partnership is once again teaming up with Visit Baltimore to provide the tastiest week of the summer — Baltimore Summer Restaurant Week — which is set to run from July 23 – August 1, 2021. Restaurant recruitment has begun, and any interested establishments in Baltimore City are encouraged to register and participate. 

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The Return of Downtown Farmers’ Markets

Grab your tote bags! Downtown farmers’ markets are returning this spring. With a growing base of Baltimoreans in search of locally-grown food, outside the aisles of a grocery store, farmers’ […]

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