A look at food and booze events happening around town in November

Wow, hard to believe the end of the year is practically here. It feels like just yesterday I was talking about summer events like Wine in the Woods and Kegs and Corks.

Now we are getting into the cooler months, and I know its tough to get yourself out the door when you could make yourself a (spiked) hot cocoa and Netflix and chill. But there are still quite a few things happening in the area that are worth checking out!

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Baltimore Food Truck Week- November 6-12

Celebrate all-things food trucks! There are several events happening throughout the week. On Friday the 10th, there will be a big festival at Patterson Park with more than 20 food trucks. You'll find the bar by the Pulaski Monument.

Baltimore Whiskey Festival - November 9

The Engineers Club of Baltimore is hosting this event at the Garrett Jacobs Mansion. Your ticket includes a tasting of more than 60 whiskies and a tasting glass. There will also be food, music and a shoe shine station.

Tastebuds - November 10

This is an event put on by Best Buddies, which creates friendships and employment opportunities for people with disabilities. More than a dozen restaurants will put together a signature dish with the help of a buddy sous chef. 

Maryland Irish Festival - November 10-12

You're sure to have a craic (good time) at this festival. There will be Irish music, dancing, merchandise, and of course, food. The festival runs for three days at the fairgrounds in Timonium.

Bacon Jam - November 11

Everything is better with bacon and at Power Plant Live! you can eat bacon to your heart's delight (well, maybe go easy so you don't hurt your heart) You can snack on things like Maple Bacon French Toast and Pork Hawaiian meatballs. There will also be bacon-themed cocktails like Ginger Bacon mules. 

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