A burger sitting on a wooden table.

Before stepping into The Emporiyum, Baltimore area food lovers should brace themselves. The experience can be a little overwhelming – but in the best way. The annual foodie marketplace is located at 600 East Pratt Street, in the space formerly occupied by Best Buy. During the weekend of The Emporiyum, which takes places this year on April 1 and 2, the space feels enormous and it is packed, wall-to-wall, with incredible food. With about 100 different food vendors scattered throughout, it can be tough to decide where to look – and where to start. Smart attendees will map out a strategy – you might decideRead More →

Baltimore restaurant week logo.

The following is a great article from the Baltimore Business Journal: Baltimore Summer Restaurant Week will return July 22-31 with a new pricing concept. Ryan Sharrow Managing Editor Baltimore Business Journal Chefs participating in the annual promotion will now price the menu themselves, within a range. Diners will pay between $20-$35 for a three-course dinner, and two-course lunches and brunches will cost between $12-20. The set prices do not include gratuity or tip. Baltimore Summer Restaurant Week will return July 22-31.   Prix-fixe dinners during last summer’s restaurant week cost $20 and $30. Organizers say the new pricing system allows chefs more flexibility with theirRead More →