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New Prime Happy Hour at Fleming’s Steakhouse

Fleming’s  Prime Steakhouse and Wine Bar, one of Baltimore’s leading steakhouses, added a NEW Prime Happy Hour and a la carte bar menu.  Add yourself to that equation for great eats and drinks from 5 pm to 7 pm for the Prime Happy Hour. Get to Fleming ’s before Labor Day, they are running Prime Happy Hour seven days a week – all evening.

Cozy up to the bar with friends and indulge in the sharable a la carte bar menu that is touting taste-tempting vegetarian options like Crispy Castelvetrano Olives, Vegetable Tempura, Mushroom Farro Veggie Burger or go for the meat; Candied Bacon, The Calfornia Burger or the unique Filet Mignon and Potato Waffle.  You want shrimp – no problem, try the colossal U6 Shrimp Tempura.

There are plenty of libations: wine by the glass – Sonoma-Cutrer or Chateau Ste. Michelle might be your choice or the Vodka Tonic Absolut Elyx, craft tonic and fresh herbs or the Blueberry Lemon Drop with Tito’s handmade vodka. Pull up a bar stool to their elegant wood bar, join in on the people watching out the picture window or gaze up at the television – but what’s best, is meeting friends for engaging conversation.  When a full-blown dinner isn’t on your agenda, Flemings Prime Happy Hour and new Bar Menu could be your perfect fix.

Chef Ty Taylor has your sweet tooth covered as well; the made-in-house desserts are perfection – especially the key lime pie and the chocolate lava cake.

Open for dinner nightly, they do book afternoon parties.

Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse can be found nationwide from Alabama to Wisconsin – Fleming’s restaurant locator:

Fleming’s  Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar

Harbor East – 720 Aliceanna Street

Baltimore MD  21202








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