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It's happening in Bmore! July 27 - August 2

B & O Brasserie hosts its first annual Crab Bash
B & O Brasserie hosts its first annual Crab Bash
Stilt walkers and balloon animals will fill the lobby of Centerstage July 30th to August 1st as the Party Animals bring their rock-n-roll show and pre-show carnival to Baltimore! Renowned internationally and a hit along the West Coast, the Party Animals are a playful rock band aimed at children aged 2 to 10.

The Party Animals take the stage dressed as animal rock stars, to sing a collection of original songs and children's classics. Before the show, families can enjoy activities in the theater lobby, including face painting, balloon animals, stilt walking performers—and more! Tickets are $12 for adults and $10 for children.



We know this isn't happening until next week...but we wanted to give you a chance get your tix to the biggest crab fight Baltimore has ever seen! Okay, so it's not a fight to the death, but it's still going to be a good fight. In honor of their first anniversary, B&O American Brasserie will host their first annual CRAB BASH on Tuesday, August 3 from 5:30-8 p.m. benefiting the Great Kids Farm. Pitting seven chefs from the region against each other, B&O American Brasserie seeks to find the Best Crab Dish. The crab dishes will be judged by attendees and a panel of local celebrity judges including Baltimore magazine's Suzanne Loudermilk, Mix 106.5's Reagan Warfield, and national food blogger Dara Bunjon.

For an admissions fee of $10, all of which will benefit the Great Kids Farm, guests are invited to watch the chefs battle it out, sample the chefs' dishes and enjoy a complimentary cocktail created for the anniversary by Head Bartender Brendan Dorr. Attendees will also be entered into a raffle for a one-night stay at the Hotel Monaco and a gift certificate for dinner for two, a $100 value, at B&O American Brasserie.

Participating chefs are: B&O American Brasserie's E. Michael Reidt, Salt's Jason Ambrose, Brewer's Art's Dave Newman, Square 1682's Guillermo Tellez (Philadelphia), Christian deLutis, Domaso's Paul Healey (Arlington, VA) and Bambara's Jay Silva (Boston).

Great Kids Farm educates Baltimore city students about maintaining a healthy and energy efficient lifestyle through a farm that the students, themselves maintain. Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased by visiting www.missiontix.com or the hostess stand.

For additional information, visit www.bandorestaurant.com or call 443-692-6172.
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