Seven days of dining in Baltimore

June 11, 2013|Richard Gorelick | The Baltimore Sun

The new Pratt Street Farmers Market debuts on Thursday Pratt and Light streets, outside of the Transamerica building. The market will meet every Thursday from 11 a.m. - 3 p.m. with a vendor line-up including One Straw Farm and Atwater's.

The Gathering, Balimore's traveling  night food-truck gallery, moves back to the Baltimore Museum of Industry Friday for a special Star Spangled Gathering featuring music from the Crawdaddies and a view of the fireworks at Fort McHenry.

The new market from Woodberry Kitchen, Union Graze, kicks off Friday at 4:30 p.m. The main produce vendor will be Five Seed Farms & Apiary, a family-owned farm with properties in Baltimore and Sparks. The event includes live music and beer from the neighboring Union Craft Brewing.

Maryland Wine Week starts Friday and runs through June 24. Sponsored by the Maryland Wineries Association, the promotional event features wine dinners, specially created wine flights, and tastings at restaurants and wine shops across the state. You can see the full schedule of events on the Maryland Wine Week website.

The annual Let's Eat Charles Street Festival is noon to 5 p.m. Saturday. Look for B&O American Brasserie, Ban Thai, Beef Brothers, Cazbar, Home Slyce and Mick O'Shea's among the food vendors. Located on the 300 block of Charles Street, between Saratoga and Mulberry, the street festival includes live music from Flashback, children's activities, beer and wine tents.

 

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