Tuesday, April 16, 2019

Phillips Seafood & The Charm'tastic Mile

Inner Harbor, Baltimore, MD, USA
I was excited to be a part of an event last night held in Baltimore's legendary Phillips Seafood Restaurant that celebrated them becoming an addition to The Charm'tastic Mile.

The Charm'tastic Mile, an idea spurred by the Magnificent Mile in Chicago, is the 1.3 mile path connecting Downtown-West, the Inner Harbor and Harbor East (per their business social media account). The Charm'tastic Mile was introduced on April 25, 2016.

Founder of the Charm'tastic Mile Derrick Vaughan along with Phillips Seafood Restaurant were both promoting last night's event,  adding the seafood restaurant, a Baltimore staple in the Inner Harbor since 1980, to the Charm'tastic map. 

The seafood was a-plenty and the drinks were on hand, but one of my favorite special touches of this event was the number 42 baseball cupcakes for Jackie Robinson Day. The anniversary of the 65th year of the Orioles opening day (4/15/1954) was also celebrated at the event with cherished memorabilia. The evening had promised to be a celebration of Baltimore culture and sports, and with seafood and memorabilia certainly delivered, they held to their promise. 

Thank you to Derrick Vaughan and Phillips Seafood for having me! And thank you to my friend Shelby Blondell for attending with me. She brought her product the Sheller to this Baltimore themed event too- and if you haven't checked it out yet, you definitely should right here. 

Have a great Tuesday, Baltimore!


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  3. It was 2-years ago today that we celebrated Jackie Robinson's Day with the introduction of Phillips Seafood on The "Charm'tastic Mile" of Baltimore. The O's were on the road playing the Boston Red Sox. Rick Dempsey the 1983 World Series MVP was in the building. It was a fun and festive event. Thanks Sarah for posting a great article/blog on the event. Since this day in April 2019. There are 3 Ceremonial/Honorary street signs for The "Charm'tastic Mile" at the corner of (1) S. Calvert & E. Pratt Street, (2) W. Pratt and Greene Street ( minutes from Camden Yards), (3) S. President & Fleet Street (entering Harbor East).


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