New Kitchens on the Block, Part 6: Photo Recap

Hey Nomsters, I hope your week’s off to a great start!  If you’ve been following me (@sensiblestylista) on stories, you know that I got to check out New Kitchens on the Block on Sunday.  This monster of an event took place at Mess Hall, and the space was totally packed.  That would be an impressive feat in itself, but it was pouring outside, and it definitely says something that Washingtonians were willing to brave the weather to come and experience the magic that was #NKOTB.

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There were three different tickets available:  general admission, VIP and the Golden Ticket.  GA was priced at $85, VIP at $135, and the Golden Ticket at $210.  With GA, I got to try food from 10 of the hottest restaurants opening in 2020.  Here was this year’s lineup:  Maialino Mare, Hi/Fi Taco, Cranes, Tabla, Soko, Pearl’s Bagels, Bubbie’s Plant Burgers & Fizz, La Famosa, Emmy Squared, and Erik Bruner-Yang’s first menu for &pizza.

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I really enjoyed the food, and I loved talking to the people there.  I’m definitely planning to go next year as well – a huge thanks to Nevin Martell for inviting me.  This event’s got me all excited for these restaurants. I for one can’t wait to try them all!

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Alright friends, that’s a wrap for today’s photo recap of New Kitchens on the Block.  What did you think of this event?  Is this something you’d be interested in attending next year?  Let me know by leaving a comment below, and stay tuned for more content coming your way on Thursday.  Remember, we update every Monday, Thursday and Saturday so there’s always something fresh on here to see.  To browse more events, make sure you guys click here.  And if you missed our last guide on the best cheap eats in Baltimore, definitely take a look-see because who doesn’t want to browse affordable eats that will keep you completely and utterly satisfied?  Until next time, Nomsters.

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