Event Rental Services in Glen Burnie

Catering for a Party Serving 6–10 or 15–25 People from Quite A Treat Catering (Up to 53% Off)

Quite A Treat Catering

Ednor Gardens - Lakeside

Expert caterers whip up enough warm spinach dip, finger sandwiches, lasagna, or fried chicken for up to 25 guests

$175 $85

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Digital-Media Conversion for One or Three Videotapes at Chosen Media (Up to 61% Off)

Chosen Media

Woodlawn

Digitization specialists convert old VHS, 8mm tapes, and DVDs to digital files ready for computers, tablets, and other media devices

$25 $12

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$165 for $300 Worth of Videography Services — B&K Productions

B&k Productions

Largo

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$300 $165

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One, Two, or Four Hours of Office-Space Rental from Livin' The Light's Partner Suites (Up to 69% Off)

Livin' The Light's Partner Suites

Largo

Professional office complex includes free wireless internet, private restrooms, video monitoring, and unlimited free parking

$35 $14

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Two-, Four-, or Eight-Hour Event Space Rental from Move Training Center (Up to 54% Off)

Move Training Center

Multiple Locations

Hold work parties, receptions, and birthday celebrations in space that fits up to 95 guests

$120 $60

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$193 for $350 Worth of Event-Space Rental — PAVE, Performing Arts & Event Center

Pave, Performing Arts & Event Center

Temple Hills

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$350 $193

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$83 for $150 Worth of Event Equipment Rental — Monumental Recording Studios

Monumental Recording Studios

Oxon Hill

Three hours of studio time; call for more information

$150 $83

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Select Local Merchants

Children's gym/play/art & party center offering gym & art classes,open play & birthday parties for Infants-6 years. Work out classes for 6 & older. Drop off program & special needs sessions available.

11 Vernon Ave
Glen Burnie,
MD
US

In 1744, a brick tavern began pouring brews on the edge of the Patapsco River. James and Andrew Ellicott bought the establishment in 1810 and added a stately home for their family. More than a century later, when Daniel and Steve Wecker discovered the former Ellicott property in 1988, it had fallen into disrepair. But, seeing the promise in the neglected building and its surrounding 16 acres of flourishing linden, holly, and magnolia trees, the brothers convinced the state of Maryland to lease them the property. Together, they restored the rooms and much of the original 18th- and 19th-century craftsmanship, transforming it into what is now The Elkridge Furnace Inn. Today, guests walk over original longleaf-pine flooring and admire the stairway’s tiger-maple spindles and the molding’s Colonial-style dogwood motifs on their way to the historic dining room, whose atmosphere helped earn the restaurant a spot among OpenTable's 100 Most Romantic Restaurants in the country.

The restaurant’s lavish French cuisine plays no small part in its success, garnering laudations and media attention from the likes of the Washington Post. Daniel Wecker takes the helm in the kitchen as executive chef, burying game meats—such as rabbit and quail—and fresh seafood beneath rich glazes and beurre blanc sauces. When faced with too many choices from an encyclopedic wine list, diners can consult the menu for recommended vintages to pair with their dish.

5745 Furnace Ave.
Elkridge,
MD
US

Inside the savory-scented digs of Honey Baked Ham & Cafe, spools of hardwood-smoked, spiral-sliced ham entice carnivorous palates. Here, chefs uphold the same traditions that Harry J. Hoenselaar created more than 40 years ago. Back then, he chose individual hams, cured them in his secret marinade, and smoked them over hardwood chips before offsetting the earthy flavor with a crisp, sweet glaze. To this day, the staff still makes the signature bone-in hams one at a time and glazes them in the shop.

The hammery's kitchens also whip up classic side dishes and desserts, such as the sweet-potato soufflé. For less formal feasting, party trays and packed lunch boxes fuel business meetings, backyard grad parties, and lengthy end-zone celebrations.

550 Ritchie Highway
Severna Park,
MD
US

Every year on the first weekend of May, downtown Baltimore's streets bustle as tens of thousands of moviegoers visit local theaters to watch films shot, directed, and edited around the globe. The Maryland Film Festival, like a freakish hurdle sprinter, runs for five days and showcases about 50 feature films and 75 short pieces—ranging from documentaries to animations—many of which are presented by their respective filmmakers or celebrity guest hosts. Past hosts have included Ian MacKaye and Branford Marsalis, and legendary filmmaker John Waters regularly makes an appearance at the festival, hosting a feature film of his choice. Attendees may also stimulate and expand their sensory palates with special events that have included international flicks, three-dimensional movies, and vintage silent films synced to live music.

107 E Read St
Baltimore,
MD
US

The Velleggia family first laid their roots in Little Italy in 1970, establishing a specialty grocery store where they began to sell a combination of imported and housemade Italian foods. Relying on time-tested traditions and natural ingredients, they continue their culinary venture in much the same manner today. The highlight at Casa di Pasta is the store's homemade and hand-cut pastas, from gnocchi and tortellini to 26 kinds of ravioli stuffed with the likes of butternut squash, lobster, or smoked mozzarella and mushroom. Premade pans of lasagna and frozen italian sausages round out the selection of homemade goods that customers can pick up for nightly dinners or to feed groups at parties. Coolers and shelves also brim with olive oils, vinegars, breads, sweets, and cheeses imported directly from the Old World.

210 Albemarle St
Baltimore,
MD
US

If you’re serious about winning that gold medal and getting showered in praise,—and the Olympic Committee's complimentary dump truck of jellybeans—don't try to curl against the Swedes on an empty stomach. Today’s Groupon gets you lunch with $8 worth of premier Baltimore sandwich cuisine at Rosina Gourmet for $4. This Groupon is good at Rosina's Canton and Downtown locations.

2819 Odonnell St
Baltimore,
MD
US