Skip to main content

What's Up Magazine

Old Bay's "Taste of Baytriotism" Kicks Off Friday

Jun 20, 2012 06:36PM ● By Anonymous
Restaurants across Baltimore and Annapolis will feature signature OLD BAY menus and demonstrate creativity with food and beverage items spotlighting this favorite ingredient. The restaurant with the most innovative "Taste of Baytriotism" menu will win 70 pounds of OLD BAY in honor of the seasonings 70 years.

Area restaurants participating include J. Kings in Gambrills and The Greene Turtle in Annapolis, Pasadena, and Edgewater. 

 

"Taste of Baytriotism is a celebration of Baltimore's original flavor. We want to highlight hometown pride and bring people together to share their love of our eclectic dining scene and great city," said Bjoern Leyser, OLD BAY business director. "Baltimore is a unique and distinct town, and OLD BAY is honored to be synonymous with its culture and heritage. People bond over their enthusiasm for OLD BAY, and Taste of Baytriotism will instill a sense of camaraderie among Baltimoreans and a friendly competition among the restaurant community."

Rob Kasper, retired Baltimore Sun food and features columnist, alongside a panel of OLD BAY experts, will judge the most innovative "Taste of Baytriotism" menu. The winner will be named after the promotion. All restaurants in the Baltimore/Annapolis vicinity are invited to participate in Taste of Baytriotism. Restaurants across the region are being provided with OLD BAY coasters and stickers to share with patrons.

For more information about Taste of Baytriotism, including a list of participating restaurants, signature OLD BAY menus and how to participate, visit www.tasteofbaytriotism.com or find us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/oldbay.