The 31st annual Maritime Magic event will be an opportunity for foodies to sample from more than 80 of the region’s top restaurants and caterers.
Friday’s event, which regularly attracts about 3,000 guests, will be a chance to try food from Baltimore’s ever-growing food scene.
Popular restaurants such as Barcocina, Cask and Grain, Bond Street Social, Encantada, The Fork and Wrench, Minnow, Kali's Mezze Restaurant, Verde, Sandlot, Ruth's Chris Steakhouse, Copper Kitchen, Cunningham's and Modern Cook Shop headline the list of restaurants this year.
There will also be a silent auction where guests can get their hands on everything from sports memorabilia to trips and spa packages.
Tickets purchased before midnight tonight cost $110. After that, tickets cost $120. Tickets are partially deductible and are valued at half the price of admission.
Proceeds from the night will go to the Living Classrooms Foundation. The event will be held at the Frederick Douglass-Isaac Myers Maritime Park and starts at 7 p.m.
The Baltimore Sun Media Group is one of the sponsors of the event.