Subscribe
In Good Taste

Pabu Celebrates Its Re-Opening

The Japanese restaurant hosts a party on Friday.

By Eva Niessner | March 4, 2014, 5:30 pm

-Pabu Facebook
In Good Taste

Pabu Celebrates Its Re-Opening

The Japanese restaurant hosts a party on Friday.

By Eva Niessner | March 4, 2014, 5:30 pm

-Pabu Facebook

Get Baltimore Daily.

Sign up today and you'll get our latest stories delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon.

Closed since January 29 due to a water leak, Pabu in Harbor East is set to re-open in style on Friday, offering guests food, fun, and drinks.

Japanese Taiko drummers, a sake station, and music by DJ Jay Gray will be just some of the events at the party, which begins at 6 p.m. The restaurant's spring cocktail selection will also be available.

Okonomiyaki (a savory Japanese pancake), fried chicken (pictured), and pork loin will be featured on executive chef Jonah Kim's menu, followed by desserts from new executive pastry chef Dyan Ng.

The cost is $30 plus tax and gratuity with a cash bar. To make reservations, call Shannon Toback at 410-223-1464 or email her.

Regular dining hours at PABU will resume on Saturday.



You May Also Like


On The Town

RavenBeer Moves From Peabody Heights to DuClaw Brewing in Rosedale

Owner Stephen Demczuk says relocations is "good business move."

Food & Drink

Old Flame

Wood-fire cooking heats up in Baltimore.

On The Town

Balt County Brewing Opening in Hunt Valley in February

Aside from beer, taproom will boast bocce, cornhole, big screens, and its own food truck.


On The Town

Ring in 2018 With These New Year’s Eve Parties and Concerts

From family fun to midnight music, here’s your New Year’s Eve going-out guide.

Food & Drink

Top Ten by Edward Evans

The Maryland Live Casino chef shares his favorite things.

Food & Drink

Review: Rye Street Tavern

A one-time industrial wasteland offers destination dining.

Connect With Us

Most Read


Joseph Kohl Photography Exhibit is Spontaneous and Beautiful: Maryland Historical Society celebrates one of Baltimore’s most distinctive photojournalists and artists.

Ryan’s Daughter Owner Shares Fond Memories Before Closing This Weekend: Marwan Daas and his wife pay tribute to their 14-year-old Irish pub.

Ten Incredibly Easy Ways to Be More Active in 2018: Get creative with walking meetings, workout buddies, and local sports leagues.

Baltimore is No. 15 on New York Times List of Places to Visit in 2018: Citing cultural and historical events, the newspaper puts our city in some great company.

Here’s What We’d Like to See in the New Penn Station: Penn Station Partners will be refreshing the century-old train station.