MISSION BBQ continues to expand, opening its fourth and first metropolitan location in the Canton neighborhood of Baltimore City, MD on October 7. Now downtown urbanites can experience MISSION BBQ favorites with a side of patriotism, that neighboring Marylanders have enjoyed for years. A few highlights include Texas Inspired Beef Brisket; Jalapeño and Cheese Sausage; and the bestselling North Carolina Pulled Pork Sandwich topped high with Cool Slaw, accompanied by an array of homemade secret sauces. The new restaurant is prominently located in the new 325,000-square-foot Canton Crossing shopping center, contributing to the continued growth and revitalization of Baltimore City.
As is tradition with the opening of every MISSION BBQ, the new location will host charity nights throughout the week leading up to the grand opening, with proceeds going to local police and fire departments in the Baltimore City community, as well as the Wounded Warrior Project.
- Wednesday, October 2: Fire Department Charity Night, 6 p.m. – 9 p.m. (invite only)
- Thursday, October 3: Police Department Charity Night, 6 p.m. – 9 p.m. (invite only)
- Friday, October 4: Sneak Peek benefiting the Wounded Warrior Project, 5 p.m. – 9 p.m. (open to the public)
- Monday, October 7: Grand Opening. Live rendition of the National Anthem at 12 Noon followed by a ribbon cutting ceremony. Doors open immediately afterward
3701 Boston Street
Baltimore, MD 21224
MISSION BBQ first opened its doors on September 11, 2011, on the tenth anniversary of the day that changed the world forever. Owners Bill Kraus and Steve Newton opened the restaurant with a mission to give back to American Heroes, who protect, serve and save. They traveled across the country, from Texas to Kansas City, to the Carolinas and St. Louis to master America’s greatest contribution to culinary arts: BBQ! A few favorite menu items include Bay-B-Back Ribs; North Carolina Pulled Pork; and Jalapeno and Cheese Sausage. Each MISSION BBQ location supports and donates proceeds to numerous military charities including the Wounded Warrior Project, USO, Toys for Tots and the Honor Flight Network, as well as the many local police, fire and first responder charities in each of their communities. Every day, at exactly 12 noon, the entire restaurant halts to honor our country by saluting the flag, standing at attention and singing our National Anthem. MISSION BBQ offers customized catering for parties of all sizes, small and large, and has an authentic deuce and half military truck outfitted with a fully operational smoker that can roll in and feed your army.
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