The Baltimore Business Journal has a story about how some restaurants are preparing for the Grand Prix.
The article is a premium available only to BBJ subscribers, but you can listen to the accompanying podcast, an interview of Bill Irvin, who with Patrick Russell, operates Kooper's Tavern, Slainte, Woody's Rum Bar. Celie's Waterfront Inn, the Chowhound Burger Wagon in Baltimore.
Irvin tells interviewer Alexander Jackson that he and Russell have been planning for the Grand Prix for a long time but he's not sure every restaurant has been.
"I think there’s a lot of people still standing on the sidelines saying, 'is this going to happen?'. And I’m telling you, It’s going to happen. It’s going to be huge for Baltimore. I’s going to blow us all away."
How is your restaurant planning for the Grand Prix?