This year's Baltimore Restaurant Week runs from August 2 through August 11.
The following restaurants owned by Gilman Alums are participating in Baltimore Restaurant Week!
- Bar Vasquez is a New World Argentine bar, lounge, and restaurant. Bar Vasquez is a Foreman Wolf restaurant, where Tony Foreman '83 serves as the CEO.
- Charleston, Charleston’s cuisine is rooted in French fundamentals and the Low Country cooking of South Carolina, engaging both regional and international influences. Charleston is a Foreman Wolf restaurant, where Tony Foreman '83 serves as the CEO.
- Cinghiale, "Wild Boar" in Italian - celebrates the richness and style of the Italian table. Cinghiale is a Foreman Wolf restaurant, where Tony Foreman '83 serves as the CEO.
- Johnny's is an Upscale diner serving Californian fare with Mexican & Asian flair plus coffee, wine & spirits. Johnny's is a Foreman Wolf restaurant, where Tony Foreman '83 serves as the CEO.
- Noona's is a New American pizza restaurant & bar in the Midtown-Bolton Hill. Phil Han '04 is the owner of Noona's as well as Dooby's and Sugarvale.
- Petite Louis is a cozy storefront offering basic French bistro fare & wines. Petite Louis is a Foreman Wolf restaurant, where Tony Foreman '83 serves as the CEO.
While these restaurants are not listed as participants of Baltimore Restaurant Week, they are Baltimore staples, owned by Gilman alums.
Dylan Salmon '02 owns Dylan's Oyster Cellar, a rustic bar/restaurant specializing in oysters & other seasonal seafood, plus gin & whiskeys.
Patrick Hudson '04 owns The Local Oyster, a local restaurant serving the freshest Maryland seafood and local beers on tap, signature cocktails and plenty of oysters.
Phil Han '04 owns Dooby's, coffeehouse offering a small menu of global fare from breakfast to dinner in minimalist environs.
Phil Han '04 owns Sugarvale, signature cocktails, craft beer & small plates prepped in a dimly lit setting with white-tile walls.