Thinking about going out for the 4th of July this year? SCBD has events that you and your family will love!! From beauty, burgers, and corn-hole there’s a little something here for every member of your family.
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A true American classic, the burger is a key component to any 4th of July cookout. But indulging your guests with these delicious cookout staples doesn’t have to ruin your summer diet. Cluck ‘N Moo™ burgers are the first and onlyhalf-chicken (50%) and half-beef (50%) burger to offer the same beef burger taste, without the large amounts of fat.
Cluck n’ Moo’s innovative “Smashed Burger” blend offers 52% less fat, 34% less calories and 57% less saturated fat than a regular all beef burger. The product is also Gluten Free.
Do you like corn-hole and looking for something to do this 4th of JUly weekend? Then the event Oliver’s Astoria is having will be great for you Oliver’s Astoria will be holding a Corn Hole Fundraiser on July 5th. All proceeds go to The Queens Center for Progress benefiting the disabled. Tickets: http://goo.gl/67Qjk0
Help America blow out its birthday candles at Wit & Wisdom’s star-quality Fourth of July celebration. This harborside event is the best seat in Baltimore to enjoy American classics by the water. Patriots can toast to Independence Day and drink in Baltimore’s rich history overlooking the very birthplace of theStar-Spangled Banner.
The Fourth of July should be a family affair, so Wit & Wisdom promises to entertain all ages with unrivaled cuisine and live entertainment. The Rio Quartet will serenade the party with its contemporary vocals from 6 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. There’s no need to book a babysitter; kids will be delighted to join the fun with a snowball machine, face painting and other activities. The night will end with a bang as the Baltimore fireworks show lights up the panoramic views of the historic Inner Harbor.
The premier Harbor East tavern by renowned restaurateur Michael Mina will offer unlimited rustic, yet refined, options crafted by Executive Chef Zack Mills. Tim Dyson, Executive Chef of Bluegrass, will also be working the event adding his playful takes on American classics to the menu.
A variety of classic summer desserts created by Executive Pastry Chef Dyan Ng will accompany the savoury selections. The menu is fit for a foodie, with modern twists on nostalgic staples, like Chesapeake fried chicken, pit beef sandwiches topped with tiger sauce and caramelized onions and bratwurst drizzled with beer mustard and sauerkraut. Seafood lovers are in for an ultra-fresh treat with the chef’s specialty oyster-shucking station, an ode to the local flavors of the Chesapeake Bay. Sides include grilled corn on the cob, Mom’s potato salad and classic mac ‘n cheese. For beer, cocktail and wine connoisseurs alike, Wit & Wisdom has partnered with local brewer, Union Craft Brewing for its beer offering, serving signature cocktails by Lead Bartender Aaron Joseph and handpicked wine by Sommelier Julie Dalton.
Tickets include one beverage, featuring guest’s choice of wine, beer or a specialty cocktail. At the event, guests are encouraged to use the hashtags #WitontheWater and #WW4thofJuly.
WHO General public
WHERE Wit & Wisdom
Four Seasons Hotel
200 International Drive
Baltimore, MD 21202
WHEN Friday, July 4, 2014
6:00 p.m.–9:30 p.m.
COST $75 per person (plus tax and gratuity)
$35 for kids 12 and under (plus tax and gratuity)
DETAILS For more event details and to book tickets visit, http://www.missiontix.com/page/searchResults/?venue=Wit%20and%20Wisdom .
Nothing is more iconic to the 4th of July than a juicy watermelon. For a twist on the classic, try Alma Cocina’swatermelon guacamole with marcona almonds, negra modelo hot sauce and queso cotija. The lobster tacos, served with red chile butter, guasacaca, pickled apple, jicama, charred red onion and flour tortillas, are a Mexican take on the All-American lobster roll.
191 Peachtree Street NE
Atlanta, GA 30303
MAX’s Wine Dive
77 12th Street NE
Atlanta, GA 30309
MAX’s Wine Dive (opening July 1) will be open for FRIDAY BRUNCH and DINNER that July 4th!
Before celebrating the Fourth of July with fireworks and live music at Lenox Square Mall, be one of the first to dine at the mall’s newest restaurant, True Food Kitchen. Located at the front of the mall, True Food Kitchen offers a globally-inspired menu featuring local, sustainable and seasonal foods. Sip on fresh cocktails like the Thai grapefruit martini and ginger margarita while enjoying signature dishes like the grass fed bison burger, spaghetti squash casserole and heirloom tomato and watermelon salad.
True Food Kitchen
3393 Peachtree Road NE
Atlanta, GA 30326
To celebrate the Forth of July, Salvation Taco will accept reservations on their rooftop for parties of all sizes. Guests can enjoy head bartenders Sam Anderson’s inventive cocktails (& pitchers of margaritas!) and chef April Bloomfield’s snacks like chips & guacamole, seafood salad, Mexican sticky rice tamale and market quesadilla a la carte to enjoy under the rooftop’s sparkling string lights. Reservations can be secured by emailing [email protected] and will require a $75/person food and drink minimum. 145 East 39th Street (Lexington and 3rd), 212.865.5800, salvationtaco.com, @salvationtaco