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Langermann’s Gives Resto Week Early Run

Langermann’s is getting a jump on BCRW. They are offering their menu from Jan 27-Feb 2. “Guests have been asking for Restaurant Week,” said David McGill. “This year, the promo is scheduled for Feb 16-23 and we’re excited about participating in that event, however we also want to please our customers. So we’re offering our special Restaurant Week menu a little early.” Chef Neal Langermann is preparing some of his most popular dishes and, of course, the special menu is available at both Langermann’s Canton and Langermann’s on Light.” A special two-course menu has been designed for lunch for $15.14 per person and a 3-course dinner menu is available for $30.14 per person. Langermann’s on Light will be offering the dinner menu only. Langermann’s specializes in Southern inspired, Lowcountry dishes prepared by award winning Executive Chef/Partner, Neal Langermann – a seven time James Beard Guest Chef at the prestigious James Beard House in NYC. I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE me some Langermann’s! Langermanns.com

OPEN FOR BIZ: Restaurateurs Tony Foreman and Cindy Wolf announced the opening this month of Petit Louis Bistro in Columbia on Lake Kittamaqundi. Petit Louis Bistro is described as having a lively, yet casual and comfortable setting modeled after a Belle-Époque Parisian bistro. Features of the restaurant include multiple seating areas with red leather banquettes, marble tables, brass chandeliers, a fireplace, and two private dining rooms. Guests can expect to see traditional dishes on the ever-changing menu and an all-French wine cellar that features 300+ labels representing every region. In addition to the restaurant, Foreman and Wolf have added a Comptoir to the space. The Comptoir, which is a casual, walk up space, will feature a serious coffee program, house-made pastries tarts, sandwiches, soups and more.

Jayme Kay Bohn has been named the Special Events Manager at Baldwin’s Station. She’ll be coordinating weddings, rehearsal dinners, b-day parties, retirement dinners as well as outside marketing events and social media efforts. Way to go BaldwinsStation.com!

The Maryland Wineries Association, in partnership with local wineries and wine trails, presents Maryland Wine Passport Experience, a series of events taking place in each of Maryland’s five unique regions throughout the state on weekends January through March. The Passport Experience pass is $25.00 per person and includes complimentary tastings of up to six wines at participating wineries in addition to other very cool goodies. “We now have over 60 wineries around the state and most Marylanders have never visited them nor tasted their terrific wines.  We didn’t want a traditional wine tour, but rather, we wanted to find a new and different way for people to get out and explore the state while also venturing onto the wineries and wine trails” said Kevin Atticks, executive director of the Maryland Wineries Association. MarylandWine.com.

The South Baltimore Learning Center (SBLC) will present its Cirque du Learning Gala, Saturday, March 8, from 6:30 to 11:30 p.m., at Montgomery Park Business Center (1800 Washington Blvd.). This black-tie optional celebration will feature tasty treats provided by some of B-towns most popular restaurants including Mother’s Federal Hill Grille, Banditos and Cowboys and Rednecks. Guests can also enjoy Cirque-style entertainment, dancing to the sounds of Fifth Avenue and fabulous auction items. SBLC is a community-based nonprofit organization providing functional literacy and life skills training in addition to career preparation services to educationally disadvantaged adults in the Baltimore area. It has been in operation since 1990 and now serves over 1,000 adults annually. SouthBaltimoreLearns.org.

The Elkridge Furnace Inn announced that 2014 marks the third year of making its complete lunch and dinner menus also available as gluten free. “As a chef owned and operated restaurant, we can accommodate many of our patrons’ individual requirements; whether it be gluten free, vegetarian or vegan, or most any other sensitivity,” said Daniel Wecker Chef/Owner of The Elkridge Furnace Inn. This excellent news for all GF-ers, courtesy of my BFF Mike Stishan, EFI’s General Manager. www.elkridgefurnaceinn.com

About the Author

RANDI ROM is a Baltimore special events planner, marketing and public relations maven, freelance writer and head of R.J. Rom & Associates. Have a hot scoop? Contact Randi via e-mail at randirom@comcast.net or by phone at 443-691-9671.

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