Visit Baltimore Announces The Launch Of Its Summer Beverage Passport Program


Visit Baltimore launched a program to boost business in the city’s restaurants, breweries and bars. The Baltimore Beverage Passport promotion offers visitors and local residents an opportunity to receive discounts on beverages. The promotion will run through August 31.

The program works by allowing patrons to present their passport booklet at participating businesses, available at the Baltimore Visitor Center in the Inner Harbor to guests 21 and older for free of charge, to receive stamps and discounts.

Receive a stamp with every purchase of a beverage on special and collect 10 to get a free keepsake glass from the Baltimore Visitor Center at 401 Light Street in Baltimore.

Baltimore Visitor Offers Visitors Opportunity To Earn Free Commemorative Glass Specials include buy-one-get-one free drafts at Max’s Taphouse; $2 off a flight of house beer at Brew House No. 16; and half-off the Violent Delights cocktail at Verde. For a full list of the specials visit the Visit Baltimore website.

There are a total of 27 restaurants and bars participating in the summer promotion:

Alma Cocina Latina
2400 Boston Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21224

Big Bean Theory
520 Park Avenue
Baltimore, Maryland 21201

Bob’s Bar
1173 Washington Boulevard
Baltimore, Maryland 21230

Brew House No. 16
831 North Calvert Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21202

Game Sports Bar
1400 Warner Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21230

4800 Roland Avenue
Baltimore, Maryland 21210

Max’s Taphouse
737 South Broadway
Baltimore, Maryland 21231

McCormick & Schmick’s Seafood and Steak
711 Eastern Avenue
Baltimore, Maryland 21202

Pickle’s Pub
520 Washington Boulevard
Baltimore, Maryland 21230

The Nickel Taphouse
1604 Kelly Avenue
Baltimore, Maryland 21209

Union Craft Brewing Co.
1700 Union Avenue
Baltimore, Maryland 21211

641 South Montford Avenue
Baltimore, Maryland 21224

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