The Pikesville Chamber of Commerce’s 7th Annual Taste of Pikesville signature event, taking place from a new location.
This year’s soiree will take place Wednesday, Mar. 21, from 5:30 to 8 p.m., at The Suburban Club (7600 Park
Heights Ave., Pikesville, Md. 21208).

“We are excited for the change in venue,” said Jessica Normington, executive director of the Pikesville Chamber
of Commerce.  “Each year, we continue to add to the Taste experience and moving to The Suburban Club will add
a new dimension to the event.”

Highlighting Pikesville and surrounding areas, this casual night of food, festivity and fun will feature signature
dishes from 45+ restaurants and caterers, along with complimentary beer, wine and cocktails, music, raffle
prizes, the People’s Choice and celebrity judge competitions and other surprises.

Many of last year’s vendors are expected to return, including: Eggspectation, For the Love of Food, Saval Foods
Simply Elegant Catering @ Grey Rock, Ruth’s Chris, Linwoods, Mezcal, La Food Marketa, DoubleTree by
Hilton, Eleven Courses, Gourmet Again, Island Quizine, McDonald’s, North Oaks, Wegmans, Krispy Kreme,
Mr. Chan, Miski Peruvian Chicken, Akbar Palace, Whole Foods, Bond Distributors and Great Shoals Winery.
Proceeds from the Taste of Pikesville will support the Baltimore Hunger Project a 501(c) 3 non-profit charity that
feeds hungry children on weekends during the school year. The remainder will support the Chamber’s efforts
to improve Pikesville by hosting programs and events to attract more people and businesses to the area.
Taste of Pikesville admission – at $48/person in advance and $55/person at the door – includes a raffle ticket,
goodie bag and complimentary valet parking.

To purchase tickets or learn about vendor or sponsorship opportunities, visit or
call the Chamber at 410.484.2337.

About the Pikesville Chamber of Commerce

The Pikesville Chamber of Commerce is dedicated to promoting and improving the business community in Pikesville.
The chamber works in partnership with the residential communities and local government to create an environment
that is a great place to live, work and shop. For more information, visit