What To Expect In Baltimore Over The Weekend of March 22 – 24 2019

It’s another weekend again, and expect some awesome events, activities and delicious foods in several restaurants throughout Baltimore. As mentioned previously in several articles, it’s like a party in the city during weekends, and this is one of the many reasons why tourists love the city very much.

Rodlyn-mae Banting of Baltimore Magazine listed the various events over the weekend. See, drink, hear and more. Check out the events below to learn more.

Weekend Lineup: March 22-24

Image Credits: Photography by ZJK Photos

March 24: Pig Parts and Pancakes

Foraged, 3250 Chestnut Ave. 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Free.

Nothing says Sunday morning like the smell of fresh bacon, and this seasonal eatery’s pork confections will have you out of bed in no time. Join Foraged for its second annual walk-in-only brunch featuring pancakes, a wide variety of pig parts, farm-fresh eggs, as well as mimosas and their slightly more adventurous cousins “beermosas.” Eat fresh from the earth at this Hampden hotspot and be sure to pour some locally sapped maple and black walnut syrup over your pancakes to achieve that perfect local breakfast.

March 22-24: Full Tilt Brewing Co. Opening

Full Tilt Brewing Co., 5604 York Rd. Fri. 3 p.m.-12 a.m., Sat. 11 a.m.-12 a.m., Sun. 11 a.m.- 10 p.m. Free.

From artisan craft mead to IPAs named after revered macabre master Edgar Allen Poe, there are plenty of local beer options in Baltimore. And personally, we believe that there’s no such thing as too many breweries. This weekend, celebrate the official grand opening of Full Tilt Brewing Co. with a three-day-long bash to christen this new brewery and taproom on York Road. With new beer releases, arcade games, and live music, this Govans brewery will be a contender for your favorite hangout spot after this weekend.

To March 31: B&O Best in Service

B&O Railroad Museum, 901 W. Pratt St. Free.

The B&O Railroad has always been a point of pride for our city, but, as with many chapters in history, the service of African Americans and their contributions to the railroad is largely unrecorded. Through the end of the month, visit the downtown railroad museum to take in paintings by artists Dan Content and Roy Speter that depict prominent African Americans like Thurgood Marshall and Maggie Hudson, as well as many unsung workers, who helped build arguably the most revolutionary railroad in our nation’s history.

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These are indeed, really awesome events for both locals and tourists to enjoy Baltimore, drinking some beer and barbecue while watching some entertainment performances at the Harbor. There are also other restaurants that give huge discounts during weekends so be sure to check them out as well.

Jennifer of Baltimore On The Cheap also listed some of the most significant events everyone must not miss. Eat, drink, watch and be entertained. Check them all below.

Free and Cheap Things to do this Weekend around Baltimore

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Looking for something fun and inexpensive to do this weekend around Baltimore?

Here’s our list of the top free and cheap events, discounts and deals happening from Friday, March 22nd through Sunday, March 24th, so you can have fun without breaking the bank this weekend.

The calendar is updated daily, so check back often! Also, make sure to click on each link for details, because some events may require advance registration or may cancel or postpone due to weather.

If you’re not doing this already, you can subscribe to Baltimore on the Cheap’s Newsletter and follow us on Facebook and on Twitter to stay on top of special events and deals as they are published. You can always find a complete list on our Calendar page, too.

What’s happening this weekend around Baltimore?
Friday, March 22, 2019
Free Card Friday at Hallmark

All Day | FREE | Hallmark Card Stores
Free Frosty with purchase

All Day | FREE | Wendy’s
50% off pizzas deal

All Day | Discounted | Domino’s Pizza
Port Discovery’s Pop-Up Play Space

FREE | The Shops at Kenilworth

Saturday, March 23, 2019
Free Frosty with purchase

All Day | FREE | Wendy’s
50% off pizzas deal

All Day | Discounted | Domino’s Pizza
Port Discovery’s Pop-Up Play Space

FREE | The Shops at Kenilworth
Cherry Blossom Cruise

Winter Season Market

7:00 am to 12:00 pm | 32nd Street Farmers Market

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Baltimore is known for its wide array and diverse choices of entertainment all year round. This is one of the reasons why thousands, even millions keep coming back to Charm City. These forms of entertainment are only found in Baltimore.

If you’re looking for some restaurants with a side of culture in it, then you must visit these restaurants listed by John-John Williams IV of The Baltimore Sun. Check them out below.

8 Baltimore Food Events With a Side of Culture

These upcoming culinary events offer a glimpse of the cultural heritage behind the dishes served.
Masarap Fadensonnen Pop-Up

Authentic Filipino cuisine at a beer garden? We’ll take it. Chef Rey Eugenio, formerly of Point South, is whipping up hearty, flavorful dishes such as coconut red curry with braised vegetables; Filipino-style noodle bowls; and Panlet Palabok, a rice noodle, shrimp sauce and pan-seared whole shrimp dish, for this two-day event. March 22-23, 5 p.m. to 10 p.m., Fadensonnen, 3 W. 23rd St., Old Goucher. 410-900-3803 or fadensonnen.com. A la carte.

Diaspora Dinner

Photo Credits: Ida B’s

Ida B’s Table chef David Thomas hosts the next five-course dinner exploring the foods of the African diaspora in partnership with Mera Kitchen Collective, a local group that focuses on empowerment of refugee and immigrant women. March 27 at 6 p.m., Ida B’s Table, 235 Holliday St., downtown. 410-844-0444 or idabstable.com. $85.

The Anatomy of a Chicken Box Part 2

Ekiben and Blacksauce Kitchen are teaming up again for this pop-up, which is inspired by Baltimore’s iconic chicken box meal. The walk-up style concept, similar to a farmer’s market approach, is a mash-up of cultures with Ekiben’s Asian Fusion and Blacksauce Kitchen’s soul food cuisine. Their first pop-up, which was held in 2017, resulted in hundreds of attendees and long lines. So get there early. March 29 (hours to be determined) at Union Craft Brewing, 1700 W. 41st St., #420, Medfield. 410-467-0290 or unioncraftbrewing.com. A la carte.

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There you have it, Baltimore is the perfect place to be into during weekends. Delicious food, cold drinks, and absolute entertainment. Name it and the Charm City will serve it to you on a silver platter. What’s even more amazing is that there are a handful of restaurants and places of entertainment to choose from. So what are you waiting for? Visit Baltimore and make your weekends fun, memorable and worthwhile.

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