The Dining Dish blog is Dara Bunjon's take on anything food, both national and in her hometown of Baltimore. Warning: this food blog can be harmful to your waistline.

Wednesday, May 06, 2015

Preakness after parties - you're invited

Just because the Preakness is over at old Pimlico doesn’t mean the party is over.  Choose from two after parties, both for good causes and another excuse to justify what you paid for that Fab-U-Lous chapeau.

Choose your party with a purpose:
1)      SHADE 2015 -  Baltimore’s annual event to benefit YouthWorks Summer Jobs being presented by Philanthropik and hosted by HeidnSeek Entertainment. Each year, the SHADE event brings movers and shakers from all over the region together, under one roof to celebrate Maryland horse racing and give back to Baltimore's summer jobs program, Youthworks Baltimore  Starts at 8 PM

HOSTED BY - NY Times, Best Selling Author: 
Wes Moore - LOCATION - TBA on the day before at  ATTIRE - Preakness Chic  TICKETS 21+ 
*General ticket $35provides - Entry, Donation, Food, Entertainment & Cash Bar 

*VIP ticket $100 provides all of the above & open bar.

2)      The Winner’s Circle Wind Down – 2nd Annual After Preakness Party 2015 at Belvedere Square from 7 to 11 PM. Your hosts Scott & Dana Plank and Spike Gjerde.

Enjoy a Maryland Style Cookout with Preakness flair featuring James Beard Best Mid Atlantic Chef Spike Gjerde. Bartenders crafting local spirit cocktails and serving the area’s best beer – Grand Cru wines and cigars along with the jazz sounds of The Natty Beaux. 

Preakness Attire – Hats encouraged  Tickets $75 per person OR $200 per foursome.  All proceeds from ticket sales will go to The National Aquarium’s Sustainable Seafood Program in Baltimore

Purchase tickets on line or in person at Grand Cru Wine Bar or Shoo-Fly Dinner both located at Belvedere Square.

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