All Food and Drink
- Wit & Wisdom, A Tavern by Michael Mina
This modern tavern invites you for handcrafted cocktails and the best American wines along with a menu of contemporary inspirations from the Eastern Seaboard.
- Splash Pool Bar & Grill
Order a gin fizz to your chaise longue or pull up an umbrella-shaded chair for a post-swim crab cocktail at this laid-back, poolside bar.
- In-Room Dining
Whether you need to grab a quick bite in between meetings or want to indulge in breakfast in bed before a day of museum-hopping, our in-room dining menu offers heathy and satisfying meals and snacks 24 hours a day.
- Private Dining
Host up to 36 friends or colleagues in our light-filled, private-dining room – equipped with both harbour views and convenient audiovisual equipment – and treat them to a gourmet meal from our modern American menu.
- Saturdays and Sundays from 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Enjoy Wit & Wisdom's artisan-inspired Brunch Buffet on Saturdays and Sundays. Featuring carving stations, omelets made to order, a sweet and savory crepe station, roast-your-own s'mores and more delicious new items that combine the best of breakfast and lunch at Four Seasons Baltimore.
- Daily From 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Oyster Happy Hour
Gather at our counter-style table for dollar oysters and five-dollar bubbles, along with specialty cocktails and snacks. Space is limited to 12 seats.
Gather your friends and join us for Happy Hour Monday through Friday from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm in the Wit & Wisdom Bar & Lounge featuring our sommelier's selection of red or white wine, beer and a daily specialty cocktail, along with snacks in the bar & lounge!
- Create, Cook and Eat Together
At Schola, Baltimore’s premier cooking school, you’ll hear about where your food comes from, learn easy ways to make crowd-pleasing dishes and feast on your creations with your classmates.
- Experience the Spirit of Sagamore
Rye whiskey has logged a long history in Maryland, which you’ll learn about on a tour of the award-winning Sagamore Spirit Distillery. Finish with a convivial New American meal at the adjacent Rye Street Tavern.