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Dining tips for Wednesday, Aug. 21; Waterfront Kitchen's cognac cruise

As of this morning there were still some spots left for Waterfront Kitchen's "Dinner and a Cruise" event tonight, which will feature pairings with cocktails made with Hennessy cognac.

Each Dinner and a Cruise event begins with cocktails and hors d’oeuvres on the Fells Point pier next to the Waterfront Kitchen. Guests then board either the 104-foot 'pungy' schooner Lady Maryland or the 50-foot Chesapeake skipjack Sigsbee for a 90-minute guided cruise down the Patapsco River.

After the cruise, guests return to the restaurant for a multi-course dinner prepared by Jerry Pellegrino.

The cost for the special Hennessy cruise is $166.80. For more information and to see a schedule of upcoming Waterfront Kitchen cruise and cooking events, call 443-681-5310 or go to waterfrontkitchen.com.   

Also:

Peter's Inn in Fells Point is taking its summer vacation this week. They'll be back on Aug. 28 with brand new adventures.

Find Wednesday dining specials here.

Baltimore County Restaurant Week continues through Aug. 25.

 

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