Who's doing what for the Grand Prix?
Morton's Steahouse is hosting a Team Baltimore Racing event on Thursday, Sept. 1. Champion driver Marc Bunting and Kieffer Rittenhouse will take over the bar with tips going to Team Baltimore Racing charities. Guests can check out the Team Baltimore Racer's Booth and order discounted drinks and bar appetizers.
On race days, Sept. 2-4, Morton's is offering the Prime Fuel, a $15 carry-out tenderloin sandwich with chips and soft drink. Customers can call ahead or stop by Morton's during the Grand Prix. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Boy Scouts of America through Team Baltimore Racing
The B&O American Brasserie has gone into hyperdrive with a $35 Grand Prix Fixe menu from chef Thomas Dunklin and four new race-inspired specialty cocktails from award-winning bartender Brendan Dorr -- the Axle Grease Beer, the Gasoline Alley, the Short Track and he Pace Ca
Nick’s Fish House down in Port Covington is running a $29 three-course Grand Prix Fixe Sept. 1-4. The Riverside restaurant will be running a shuttle to and from the Grand Prix during the race weekend.
Lebanese Taverna in the Inner Harbor is running a family-dining special from Aug. 29-Sept. 4. Familes will recieve one children's meal with each adult entree purchase. Reservations are suggsted and reasonable rules apply.
Cafe Hon The Hampden restuarant is running a $21.95 three-course Baltimore Experience Menu featuring crab soup and crab cakes, Aug-29-Sept. 4.
Other restaurants with Grand Prix Fixe menus include the Elkridge Furnace Inn, Geisha Sushi Bar, Grille 700, the James Joyce Pub, Kooper's Tavern, La Tavola, the Manor Tavern, Marie Loiuse Bistro, McCormick & Schmick's, Michael's, the Point in Fells, Regi's American Bistro, Rocco's Capriccio, Roy's Hawaiian Fusion, Slainte Irish Pub and Restaurant, Tio Pepe, Waterstone Bar & Grille and Woody's Rum Bar.
Find the complete list of participating restaurants and their Grand Prix Fixe menus, along with happy hours specials, here.
Also, read Lorraine Mirabella's story about what Downtown restaurants, hotels and bars are doing to prepare for the race weekend.
Baltimore Grand Prix-Fixe: Restaurants announce menus and specials for Baltimore Grand Prix
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