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2017 Events Schedule

Details below as they become available - Please scroll down
Potential New Members Are Welcome At All Events
January Bowling
February Super Bowl Party & Ice Cream Social
March Ethnic Restaurant
April Potluck Dinner
May Fells Point Historic Walk
June Strasburg Weekend (Covered Bridge Scooter Tour, Strasburg Train Ride, Verdant View Farm Tour)
July Crystal Grottos Cave Tour
August Pool Party & BBQ
September Neighborhood Food Tour - Details Posted Below
October Mini Golf - Will be 10/14
November 2018 Planning Lunch
December Comedy Club
Posted by Mitch Greenberg on Sun Nov 08, 2015

Federal Hill Food Tour

When: Saturday, September 9, 2017
Time: 3:30 PM
Where: Meet location TBD
Cost: $57 (Due 7/25)

Lisa & Howard have planned a delicious day for us in Federal Hill. Thank you Lisa & Howard!

Federal Hill is south Baltimore's most historic neighborhood. First seen in the early 1600s by English colonial settler Captain John Smith, the area has a rich history that spans four centuries. As one of the city's oldest neighborhoods, many of the buildings can be found on the National Historic registry.

The food tour will last approximately 3 1/2 hours.

Please RSVP by 7/18 using the form below.

The tentative restaurant itinerary can also be found below.

Lisa must receive payment by 7/25 as she must pay for the tour in advance. If you do not have Lisa's address, please request the address in your RSVP (use comments section).

Please note any dietary restrictions you have, such as vegetarian, in your RSVP (use comments section).

Tentative restaurant itinerary:

The Local Fry
The Local Fry aims to serve up delicious and locally sourced cuisine in the intimate and inviting space. New to the Federal Hill dining scene, The Local Fry has been receiving many great reviews for its new twist on sandwiches and fries.

Pork Bahn Mi French roll filled with pickled daikon, carrots, cucumber, cilantro, mayo

Byblos is the work of Sami and Hala Tabet, who do the cooking and the serving, the ringing up and the clearing up. The compact menu is hand-lettered on a white board above the coffee apparatus behind the counter. Behind the counter are substantial pies filled with spinach or brushed with zaatar (a mixture of thyme, sesame, and sumac). Wide trays of creamy dips like baba ghanouj or hummus, tight rolls of grape leaves, and brownie-like slabs of vegetarian kibbe can be found in the intimate and inviting space.

Mezze Platter
Hummus, babaganoush, tabbouleh, mouhamara, grape leaves

Spinach Pie
Fresh spinach, lemon, onion, sumac

Chicken Shwarma
Fresh spinach, lemon, onion, sumac

Regis's American Bistro
For over two decades, Regi's American Bistro has been recognized as one of the best restaurants in the city. The menu focuses on very fresh and locally sourced ingredients; the chef's source produce from their rooftop garden and local farms. In spite of its constant accolades and dedication to quality, the restaurant maintains a laid-back vibe.

Award Winning Jumbo Lump Crab Cake
Seasoned Maryland style and filled with Chesapeake Blue Crab

Seasonal Greens Selected and prepared by the executive chef

Pub Dog
As a true neighborhood joint, Pub Dog is a favorite among the Federal Hill locals.
"Their beers and pizzas are fantastic, and their motto is "Good Beer, Good Food, Good Fun."

"Original" Wing Dog Pizza
Mozzarella, green onion, buffalo chicken, gouda

Mr Green Jeans Pizza
Mozzarella, green onion, peppers, tomato, mushrooms

Pub Dog Twin Beer
Choose from a selection of craft brews

DESSERT - Berger Cookies Shortbread covered in a thick layer of chocolate fudge

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Posted by Mitch Greenberg on Tue Jun 13, 2017