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Baltimore Restaurant Week

Baltimore Restaurant Week

Baltimore is a delicious city, and there is no better time to explore than during Baltimore Restaurant Week, taking place August 2-11, 2019. Enjoy two-course brunch and lunch menus from $12-20, and three-course dinner from $20-$35. Try somewhere new, go out to lunch, have a date night (or two). We recommend make reservations now at BaltimoreRestaurantweek.com.

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Pints in the Park

Pints in the Park

Outdoor happy hours are kind of our thing. Enjoy a special performance by Funsho, craft beer by Calvert Brewing Company, and wine from Boordy Vineyards at the August 9th Pints in the Park, 5-8pm.

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2019 Annual Meeting

2019 Annual Meeting

Downtown Partnership's Annual Meeting will bring together the region's most influential business, government, and community leaders at Cross Street Market for our largest networking event of the year on Thursday, September 12. On-site registration is available.

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Pratt Street Market

Pratt Street Market

Don't eat lunch at your desk anymore. The Pratt Street Market runs at lunchtime on Thursdays, May-September.

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Pet-Friendly Happy Hour

Pet-Friendly Happy Hour

Pet-friendly happy hours are the best, which is why we host one monthly in Preston Gardens with free beer/wine/snacks, games for people and pets, and a pet-friendly photo booth.

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Urban Cellars

Urban Cellars

Located in the Charles Center neighborhood plan a trip to...

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Liberty Dog Park

Downtown Puppy Park

Keep our Downtown clean and your dog happy by using...

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Baltimore Magazine Newcomer's Guide

Baltimore Magazine: Newcomer's Guide

Welcome to the greatest city in America. Earlier this year,...

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M&T Spotlight Shop

M&T Spotlight Shop

M&T Bank has rolled out a pop up store on...

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Beginning in mid-July, Baltimore City Department of Transportation will start night work on President St. from E. Fayette to Fleet St. and on Fleet St. from President St. to Central Ave. This will include milling and paving on the roadways and lane shifts. The work will take 3-4 weeks to complete, weather permitting. Night work will start after 7pm and be completed by 6am.

DPOB is hosting The International Downtown Association's 65th Annual Conference, October 28-30, 2019. Over 800 inspired leaders shaping cities from around the globe will convene to discuss emerging trends in urban place management and walk away with solutions to apply in their respective cities. This year’s theme will bring together the brightest industry minds to discuss what it means to be “Proudly Urban” and how embracing this mindset can benefit districts of all sizes.

Downtown Partnership is planting 50 street trees throughout Downtown Baltimore neighborhoods. The first group is going in on Lombard street now. Stay tuned for a much greener Downtown Baltimore over the coming months.

CharmingNeighborhoods

Baltimore is a city of neighborhoods. From the laid back vibe in Locust Point, to the bustle of Harbor East, to the old-world charm of Mount Vernon and everywhere in between, there is someplace for everyone in Baltimore.

City Hall
Charles Center
Preston Garden
Cathedral Hill
Bromo Arts District
University of Maryland, Baltimore
Inner Harbor
Federal Hill / SoBo
Locust Point
Pigtown / Washington Village
Ridgely's Delight / Stadiums
Historic Jonestown
Little Italy
Hopkins Medical Campus
Canton
Fell's Point / Upper Fell's
Harbor East
Old Town
Bromo Arts District
Seton Hill
Mount Vernon
Historic Jonestown
Little Italy
Hopkins Medical Campus
Canton
Fell's Point / Upper Fell's
Harbor East
Old Town
Federal Hill / SoBo
Locust Point
Pigtown / Washington Village
Ridgely's Delight / Stadiums
City Hall
Charles Center
Preston Garden
Cathedral Hill
Bromo Arts District
University of Maryland, Baltimore
Inner Harbor
Bromo Arts District
Seton Hill
Mount Vernon