The Wine'tastic Mile of Baltimore will be Unveiled on 6/6/12
May 19, 2012- The City of Baltimore will be one of the most well-known fine dining cities in America when the main strip of it's downtown Inner Harbor be given the new name The Wine'tastic Mile of Baltimore.
The Wine'tastic Mile will be the 1.3 mile corridor that runs from Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and Pratt Street to the fashionable Harbor East area of downtown Baltimore.
The Mile starts in a residential community that is known as Ridgely's Delight. Residents have shown their support of The Wine'tastic Mile and it's founder Derrick E. Vaughan.
The Harbor East area has become the major hot-spot for the city elite with posh restaurants, fashion stores, high-rise apartments, and hotels.
The Wine'tastic Mile will take you past views of Oriole Park at Camden Yards, M & T Bank Stadium (home to the Baltimore Ravens), the Convention Center, the Inner Harbor, the World Trade Center, and the National Aquarium. The right turn at Pratt and President Street will take you to Harbor East.
Wine'tastic Mile founder Derrick E. Vaughan says, "The Wine'tastic Mile of Baltimore will help put the city further on the national radar as it becomes more well-known like the Magnificent Mile (Michigan Avenue) in Chicago, Times Square in New York, South Beach in Miami, or Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills. It will make Baltimore more cosmopolitan to other large market cities."
Vaughan continues, "there will be a time when someone says "The Wine Mile" and the answer will quickly be downtown Baltimore. It's the type of city branding that attracts other big-name lifestyle brands."
The Wine'tastic Mile of Baltimore will be unveiled to the city on June 6, 2012 at 6:00pm with a historical first Wine'tastic Mile Wine Walk to officially launch The Wine'tastic Mile.