The grand re-opening of the 16-year-old Baltimore location showcases the completely renovated interior and exterior that is sure to draw a crowd.
The venue has called Power Plant home since 1997. Now the transformed 10,000-square-foot space boasts an updated bar, remodeled stage for live events, an outdoor terrace, and a restored Rock Shop. Be sure to grab a bite or drink on the new 140-guest outdoor seating area on the restaurant’s pier overlooking the harbor.
The menu features classic Americana dishes. Select from nachos, wings, and tenders for appetizers before following up with either a fajita entree or grilled steak. We recommend the slightly spicy three-cheese twisted mac, chicken, and cheese. Legendary burgers hold popularity on the menu as well as their smokehouse pulled pork sandwiches. Try to save room for a hot fudge brownie sundae or apple cobbler, paired with a scoop of Ben & Jerry’s ice cream.
Adding to its extensive collection of musical keepsakes is a rare outfit worn by Prince, a pair of John Varvatos designer jeans, John Bon Jovi’s Diesel jacket from his Lost Highway tour, and a tribute wall featuring Maryland rock band O.A.R.
Additional collectables can be viewed through the latest in Hard Rock technology, the Rock Wall Solo, a 52-inch interactive touch wall that blasts fans to the past through a virtual exploration of the world’s greatest collection of memorabilia.
All of these changes were unveiled when the red carpet was rolled out on October 1 for local celebrities, Baltimore Ravens players, and the special act of the night, Imagine Dragons.
In return, Hard Rock Cafe teamed with Maryland-based Paul Reed Smith Guitars to donate 16 new acoustic guitars to Frederick Douglass High School’s music department. In addition, the event benefited the Casey Cares Foundation, an organization that focuses on providing uplifting programs for critically ill children and their families.
Head down to the Pratt Street site with family and friends for a meal fit for a rock star.