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Hidden Kitchen at La Cuchara

Baltimore magazine hosted nearly 140 guests for its first Hidden Kitchen event at La Cuchara. The catch? Ticketholders only found out the location—which was one of the magazine's "Best Restaurants" in the March 2016 issue—on the morning of the event. Chef Ben Lefenfeld prepared an exclusive four-course meal, with wine pairings selected by sommelier Greg Schwab, and bar manager Jake Lefenfeld provided VIP guests with an interactive cocktail experience.

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