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Marriott International

October 16, 2014 17:09 ET

Baltimore Harbor Restaurant's Happy Hour Invites Everyone to Lighten Up

17 Light at the Residence Inn Baltimore Downtown/Inner Harbor Welcomes Guests With Drink Specials and More

BALTIMORE, MD--(Marketwired - Oct 16, 2014) - Visitors and locals in Baltimore can always find excitement, whether they're catching a ballgame at Oriole Park or admiring the masters at the Baltimore Museum of Art. But no matter how someone spends the day, everyone can agree that 17 Light at the Residence Inn Baltimore Downtown/Inner Harbor is the place to unwind. Its industrial aesthetic and chic drink menu make it one of the most attractive restaurants in Baltimore's Inner Harbor. And its happy hour lets guests try more of everything they love.

From 4 to 7 p.m., Mondays through Fridays, weary travelers and businesspeople can sip the perfect pick-me-up with $4 drafts, house wine and rail single liquor all on offer during 17 Light's happy hour. The special menu also features a selection of small plates for $5 or less so that patrons can nosh while they mingle and catch the latest game or news on the seven large flat-screen televisions.

The happy hour's inviting atmosphere makes it easy to stay for dinner at this top choice among restaurants in Baltimore's Inner Harbor. The menu, which includes soups, salads, burgers, sandwiches and a range of entrees, takes a fresh look at classic American fare. As a result, guests may choose to start with a traditional crab appetizer (crab soup, crab dip and petite crab cakes all appear on the menu) but then branch out with green-tea salmon or an apple-jack pork chop for an entrée.

To wash it all down, diners can choose from a variety of signature cocktails like the 17 Light Martini made with Serrano pepper-infused gin, cucumber vodka, organic minced ginger, sour and celery bitters. Other choices range from pear martinis, to the Cucumber Collins (cucumber vodka mixed with muddled cucumber, sour and soda), to the Lavender Rosemary Martini (house infused lavender vodka and rosemary simple syrup).

While 17 Light is located inside one of the most accommodating hotels in downtown Baltimore, its edgy style makes it feel uniquely independent. Exposed brick, mortar, metal and rebar are warmed up by sleek furnishings and modern artwork for an effect that is both contemporary and cozy.

In addition to its happy hour, 17 Light offers exciting specials throughout the week. On Mondays, guests can order any Sam Adams draft beer and a burger for just $15. On Tuesdays, house wine by the glass is only $4 all day. On Wednesdays, guests can order one signature cocktail and get the second half off. And on Thursdays, Corona and Corona Light are just $3 each all day long. With specials like these and its happy hour all on tap, 17 Light is poised to be the happiest place in Baltimore.

About the Residence Inn Baltimore Downtown/Inner Harbor
As the finest extended-stay hotel in Baltimore, the Residence Inn Baltimore Downtown/Inner Harbor boasts well-appointed suites, the stylish 17 Light restaurant and bar and a location near attractions like the National Aquarium, the Baltimore Convention Center and the waterfront's popular shopping and dining. Guests of the hotel enjoy spacious accommodations with full kitchens, flexible floor plans and plush bedding, as well as access to the 24-hour fitness center. Daily breakfasts in the sleek Hearth Room and high-speed Internet access throughout the hotel are all offered on a complimentary basis. And with more than 1,500 square feet of event space, parties and meetings can benefit from the delicious catering, state-of-the-art A/V features and expert planning at this premier property.

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