Monthly Archives: September 2012

The Foodie Tour at Camden Yards

Source: Baltimore Eats

Earlier this month I was invited to check out the “Foodie Tour” at Orioles Park at Camden Yards.  As a fan of both baseball and stadium food, how could I say no?  Now in his second year at the ballpark, Executive Chef Joshua Distenfeld has brought many new concession options to Camden Yards, emphasizing the use of fresh ingredients and local inspirations.  Distenfeld brings over 25 years of experience with him, having previously worked as the executive chef at Harrah’s Las Vegas Hotel and Casino, Harrah’s Chester Casino and Racetrack outside of Philadelphia, and the Radisson Hotel in Rochester.  I ...

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Flip Flop Festivus 2012 Event Review

Source: Baltimore Eats

                Baltimore’s Best Football Party, otherwise known as the Flip Flop Festivus, is a night of great food, fine drinks, and generous charity. Saturday, September 22nd was the fourth annual Flip Flop Festivus to benefit the Life and Breath Foundation at Baltimore’s Harbor East Four Seasons Hotel. You didn’t have to be a Ravens fan to appreciate this incredible event, but it certainly didn’t hurt. By the end of the night I can certainly say I left with a full stomach, a tune in my head, and a smile on my face.

                My “date,” also known as my ...

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Downtown Dining Out: Something New for Lunch

Source: Baltimore Eats

Eating out for lunch every day can get boring (so can brownbagging it, for that matter). If you work in downtown Baltimore, I’m sure you and your coworkers have some tried-and-true places where you like to go for a midday meal. But why not try a few of these delicious but less obvious suggestions? They just may make you actually look forward to going to work. 

Rather than burgers and fries, how about Turkish food? Cazbar, on Charles Street, has a three course lunch special for $11.99 (including pumpkin or lentil soup!) as well as regular, affordable lunch entrees ...

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