New Year’s Eve menu at Petit Louis in Roland Park is inspired; with the wine pairings, it’s perfect.

Petit Louis, Roland Park, Baltimore 21210
Petit Louis, Roland Park, Baltimore 21210

Sometimes a menu is so special, so well thought out, that it requires sharing. Such is the case with this year’s New Year’s Eve menu from restaurateurs, Tony Foreman and Cindy Wolf and Petit Louis’ chef de cuisine, Christopher Scanga.


The 4-Course Prix Fixe Menu with optional wine pairings, party favors, and an option of  Champagne Toasts—the first toast at 6:00PM for Midnight in Paris, and another at Midnight in Baltimore.


Petit Louis – 4800 Roland Avenue – Baltimore, Maryland 21210 – Phone: 410-366-9393

[Transparency: I have no relationship with Petit Louis other than it’s just 5 minutes away & a neighborhood favorite.]

By Stephen Brockelman

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