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Baltimore chefs to showcase their Beard House dinners

The Bagby Restaurant Group will present a "James Beard encore dinner" at Fleet Street Kitchen on Thursday.

The six-course dinner will be a recreation of the Chesapeake Bounty Dinner that the Bagby team recently prepared for guests at New York City's James Beard House, a storied culinary venue named for the celebrated author, educator and champion of American cuisine.

The menu for the Fleet Street Kitchen dinner is on the restaurant's website.

The cost of the Bagby encore dinner is $130. Tickets are available through Eventbrite.

And on Tuesday, Fork & Wrench executive chef Cyrus Keefer will present a "sneak preview" version of the Charm City Common dinner he'll be presenting at the Beard House on Feb. 24.

There is limited ticket availability for Tuesday's dinner at Fork & Wrench. Tickets are $163.80, which includes paired wines, gratuity and tax.

You can view Keefer's Charm City Common menu on the Beard House website. Call Fork & Wrench at 443-759-9360 to reserve tickets.

 

 

 

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