Whether you have champagne wishes and caviar dreams, or prefer to ring in the new year with a can of Natty Boh and a burger and fries, the Baltimore area’s bars and restaurants have something for everyone.
The vending machine, to be located in the Sagamore Pendry’s open-air courtyard in Fells Point, is the first of its kind in the Baltimore-Washington metropolitan area and only one of 12 champagne vending machines in the country. It will be filled with 320 splits of Möet & Chandon Brut and Rosé. But there’s a catch — the machine only accepts Möet & Chandon tokens, which are available at the hotel’s reception, The Cannon Room and the Rec Pier Chop House’s bar for $25.
The Sagamore Pendry Baltimore, recently named America’s No. 1 hotel by Conde Nast readers, has also hidden three special “golden bottles,” with prizes attached, including either a complimentary dinner for two at the hotel’s Rec Pier Chop House restaurant or the grand prize of a two-night stay at the hotel. Guests can try their luck by purchasing a Möet bottle from the machine using the designated tokens.