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Participating Restaurant Information

Best of Baltimore Party 2017
Signature Events

Participating Restaurant Information

Best of Baltimore Party 2017

Thank you for participating in Best of Baltimore 2017, we're excited to showcase your delicious food! This year's theme will commemorate Baltimore magazine's 110th anniversary, and we are encouraging our sponsors, vendors and guests to set-out in special party style befitting a centennial bash. Silver and gold accessories will hit the right note. 

Please review the general event information, and fill out the form below to officially secure your spot at the party. 

WHEN

Thursday, August 17, 2017
6:00 – 11:00 p.m.
(5:30 p.m. entry for VIPs)

WHERE

Hippodrome Theatre
12 North Eutaw Street
Baltimore, MD 21201

PARKING

Baltimore Grand Garage (attached to theatre)
5 N Paca Street, enter on Paca
410-706-6603
*Additional area parking garages are listed on the event microsite.

ONLINE

All event details about the party can be found on our event microsite: bmag.co/bob17

TICKETS

General Admission: $90 in advance | $95 starting 7/10 | $100 at the door
VIP: $150/ $175 at the door


Load-In/Load-Out

LOAD-IN

Your load-in time is from 11am-3pm on August 17. We encourage our liquor sponsors to set up on August 16, if possible. All booths MUST be set-up by 4:30pm on August 17 otherwise your table will be broken down and removed from the floor.

LOAD-OUT

Participating vendors are not permitted to break down their booth until the event concludes at 11pm. At that time, vendors may bring their vehicles to the loading area. Space is limited, so we kindly ask that you not leave you vehicle at the entrance for more than 15 minutes. Anything and everything MUST be removed by midnight on 8/17. Anything that is not removed from the premises the evening of the event will be considered trash.

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