Featured Restaurants

Best of Baltimore Party 2016

Featured Restaurants

Best of Baltimore Party 2016

August 18, 2016 | 5:30-11PM | Benefitting The Family Tree

Reserve your complimentary space at the premier event of the year!

You have been selected to participate in Baltimore magazine's 2016 Best of Baltimore Party to be held August 18th at the Hippodrome Theatre, 5:30-11PM. As a featured restaurant, you have the opportunity to directly access 2,000 influential Baltimoreans with samples of your very best food! Plus, a portion of the event proceeds benefits The Family Tree, who leads Maryland in preventing child abuse, connects caring communities, and builds strong families to improve society for generations.

Your business will receive the following:

  • A 6 ft. table to provide food samples
  • Annual listing and link on our event microsite: http://bmag.co/bob16
  • Opportunity to win the 2016 "Best Dressed Booth" contest and trophy

Please complete the enclosed Participation Form in order to reserve your spot. Restaurant participation is on a first-come, first-serve basis. The Participation Form must be completed online by June 24th.

If you have any questions, please contact Kelley Harrison at The Family Tree, 410-889-2300, ext. 1238.

Thank you for your continued support and we look forward to seeing you on August 18th!



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