Sun, Dec 30 | Maryland Historical Society

Mount Vernon Foodie Exploration Tour with Bite of Baltimore (Date Change)

Join us for a food-inspired, history-sprinkled tour through Mount Vernon, Baltimore. Walk this way...
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Mount Vernon Foodie Exploration Tour with Bite of Baltimore (Date Change)

Time & Location

Dec 30, 2018, 2:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Maryland Historical Society, 201 W Monument St, Baltimore, MD 21201, USA

About The Event

Bite of Baltimore, the city’s premier food tour purveyor, is expanding to the beautiful, culturally rich district of Mount Vernon and they're taking our adventurous solos on a walking culinary tour. As always, with Mixolo and our solo-friendly hosts, no plus-one required.

Old and new collide in the best possible way as haute meets hot. While Mount Vernon’s history as the epicenter of Baltimore high society shapes its history, Mount Vernon is also one of the city’s cultural melting pots, which Bite of Baltimore highlights in the exciting food options on its tour.

With the many recent mentions of the tony, yet accessible, Mount Vernon as THE place to visit in Baltimore, its friendly, diverse (in every way) residents are quick to point out that they have always loved their neighborhood and believed in its promise.

Like their Fell’s Point tour, the Mount Vernon jaunt includes four food tastes, a signature cocktail and a guided historic walking lecture. Bite of Baltimore is partnering with the Maryland Historical Society on this experience to offer an even more engaging, in-depth experience.

The tour will begin at the Maryland Historical Society, where guests will have about a half an hour to explore the museum, which holds treasures like the original Star-Spangled Banner flag. The food on the tour includes dumplings from Pinch at the hip Mt. Vernon Marketplace; a Turkish meat appetizer at Mediterranean-inspired Cazbar; a pig’s ear bacon bratwurst and a craft cocktail at Hotel Revival’s rooftop bar, Topside, one of the hottest spots in town that has stunning 360-degree views of the city through pent-house level windows; and dessert at the white tablecloth The Elephant.

One might argue that Baltimore’s monumental (pun intended) impact on our nation escapes many who live in the city, not to mention those who observe it from “abroad.” We encourage residents and tourists alike to get to know Baltimore. Walk this way.

FAQ

What’s included in my ticket price?

Generally, each Bite of Baltimore tour consists of a walking historical lecture, accompanied by a culinary experience in a small district or neighborhood of the city. For our Mount Vernon, tour, we can expect up to (5) local restaurants, four (4) stops that will include food and water, and one will include a signature libation. This tour also includes a museum stop and tour at the Maryland Historical Society where our adventure begins.

The new connections you make: priceless.

Who is Bite of Baltimore?

Like Mixolo, Bite of Baltimore, attracts “good company” and promotes “shared experiences.” Co-founders, Zack and Jenny Greene, history buffs and seasoned “food foragers” in their beloved Fells Point neighborhood, and beyond, love sharing their passion with others through their unique food tours.

Mixolo will partner with Bite of Baltimore for more exciting tours in 2018 and beyond. See our Fells Point Tour on July 29.

Is this event restricted to Mixolo members?

Yes, this is a Mixolo-curated event specifically for its members. In order to attend and enjoy the Bite of Baltimore tour with other Mixolo members, we ask that you register here with Mixolo. We are a network of solo adults pursuing the things we love to do and sharing enriching experiences with other like-minded adults.

Tickets for this scheduled tour for Mixolo solos must be purchased with Mixolo.

Bite of Baltimore offers year round tours to the general public and all are welcome.

What about getting there - and parking?:

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Plan to arrive 15 minutes prior to the start of the tour for best results.

Maryland Historical Society is easily located with GPS.

Public transportation options: From Washington DC, Philadelphia or BWI via train: Maryland Historical Society is one-half block from the Light Rail’s Centre Street stop, which connects with MARC trains to Camden Station and Penn Station and Amtrak trains to Penn Station.

Parking: Free on-site parking is available at the MdHS. The lot entrance is off W. Monument Street.

Entrance: Enter the MdHS via the two-story glass Beard Pavilion from either the center of the parking lot or Park Avenue.

Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?

Minimum age requirements for MIxolo events are generally 18 and over. Attendees under 21 will not be served alcoholic beverages. Please be prepared to show identification for proof of age.

How may I contact the organizer with any questions?

Please contact us at wecare@mixolo.io with any questions.

What is the refund policy?

Tickets purchased through Mixolo are refundable up to 14 days before the event. Tickets will be non-refundable from December 16, 2018.

Important Notice:

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