Wit & Wisdom, the new Four Seasons Hotel tavern, isn’t scheduled to open until Nov. 14, but its culinary team will be offering a sampling of what’s to come at the new Michael Mina restaurant tomorrow (Oct. 15) at Taste of the Nation Baltimore.
The event—which benefits Share Our Strength—also showcases sweet and savory bites from other Baltimore food places like Pierpoint, Charm City Cakes, B&O American Brasserie, Clementine, and more, as well as drinks from some of the city’s top mixologists.
Tickets ($95-150) are still available. The evening takes place at Renaissance Harborplace, starting at 6 p.m. for VIPs, 7 p.m. for general admission.
In other Wit & Wisdom news, The Washington Post reported yesterday that Chris Ford, the former pastry chef at the DC restaurant Rogue 24, will be the executive pastry chef at the soon-to-open Four Seasons in Harbor East.
The new hotel will also house a coffee shop called LaMill and another restaurant, Pabu, a Japanese eatery scheduled to open in February. I was told LaMill will have fresh-made beignets daily. I can’t wait to taste them as well as the other offerings.
Photo of Four Seasons Hotel Baltimore courtesy of its website