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fast available all day long. The 200- seat restaurant includes a second floor with exposed brick walls, hard- wood floors, a working fireplace and a door that opens onto a balcony with a view of City Dock.


Luk Fu Restaurant has been bringing the flavors of Southeast Asia to Maryland Live! Casino since it opened in June 2014. From dim sum, tradi- tional congee and pho, to wok-fried and steamed noodles, Luk Fu offers authentic dishes that span genera- tions. Located in the middle of the casino floor, the 80-seat restaurant is decorated in red and gold – colors that signify luck, joy, prosperity and wealth in the Asian culture. Diners can choose to take advantage of the open seating plan that offers views of casi- no action or they can opt for counter seating that puts them close to the open “show kitchen” where they can watch Luk Fu’s master chefs in action.


Two Rivers Steak and Seafood opened a private banquet room adja- cent to its restaurant in Pasadena, Maryland in the fall of 2014. The new 3,500-square foot facility includes a full-service bar, dance floor, audio- visual capabilities and ample parking.


For those looking for activities, events and other things to do, the Annapolis and Anne Arundel County Conference and Visitors Bureau wants to make it easy for visitors and area residents to enjoy the many exciting events and activities that will be taking place in Annapolis and the Chesapeake Bay throughout 2015. To assist individuals who are making advance plans for business or vacation travel, the bureau has put together a 2015 Major Events Calendar and a comprehen- sive overview of events at its website: www.visitannapolis.org. On the site groups can find a wide range of activ- ities, including festivals, tastings, edu- cational and informative seminars, boat races, concerts, military appreci- ation events and more.


The Annapolis-Baltimore / BWI Region


Accessibility: The Annapolis-Baltimore region is the most accessible destina- tion on the East Coast for single day fly- in meetings and multi-day meetings and conferences. • By Air: BWI Thurgood Marshall


Airport is home to 12 airlines, offering over 300 nonstop flights from over 60 U.S. and seven international cities each day. • By Train: Amtrak, including the Acela


train, offer daily service to the Amtrak BWI station. • By Car: Conveniently located within


30 minutes of Baltimore and Annapolis, and less than an hour’s drive to Washington, DC, the Annapolis- Baltimore area is easily accessible from I-95 and I-295.


Hotels: Seven full service and 30 limited services hotels with nearly 7,000 rooms are conveniently located near the BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport and Amtrak station. The hotels offer meeting space in varying sizes and capacities with seating for as many as 1,200 theater- style, or up to 850 seated banquet- style.


Entertainment: This area boasts a range of exciting entertainment venues, including: Maryland Live! Casino; Medieval Times; Dave & Busters; and Ram’s Head Live - each offering enter- tainment and dining experiences to meet virtually every need.


Sporting Events: The home stadiums for the Baltimore Orioles and Baltimore Ravens can be easily reached via a short 10-mile drive or 30-minute ride on the Light Rail Train. Navy Sports and Bayhawks Lacrosse games played in Annapolis are easily reached just 25 miles south of the BWI Airport region, too.


Shopping: Just around the corner from most hotels can be found the largest outlet and value retail shopping destina- tion in Maryland, Arundel Mills Mall, which features more than 200 stores.


Team Building: This area has much to offer for those in search of a valuable team building experience, whether it be competitive sailing, zip lining, a golf out- ing or anything in between, groups will “Find It Here” in the Annapolis and Chesapeake Bay region.


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