About Whodunnit for Hire
From the Owner
My goal is to offer the BEST murder mystery entertainment. The very BEST. To that end, I care about two things. First, I care about your party. I care that your party is a huge success, that your guests tell you that they had an amazing time, and that it is super easy for you. I feel strongly that you are able to relax and enjoy your party. Second, I care about the mystery. The storyline is important to me. My mystery will be intelligible, solvable and funny. There won't be a "vote" to figure out whodunnit. The solution will be based on clues and reasoning. I want everyone to laugh and have a great time but at the end, when the killer is revealed, I want everyone to go "Awww, I get it!"
The following restaurants are offering a Murder Mystery Dinner:
- Baldwin's Station Restaurant, Sykesville, Maryland
- Bleue's on the Water, Glen Burnie, Maryland
- La Fontaine Bleue, Glen Burnie, Maryland
- Old Town Grill, Hampstead, Maryland
Baldwin's Station Restaurant
2018 MYSTERY PARTY
Baldwin's Station Restaurant, 7618 Main Street, Sykesville, MD, 21784; 410.795.1041
Friday, January 26, 2018
Friday, February 23, 2018
Friday, March 23, 2018
Friday, April 27, 2018
Friday, May 25, 2018
Friday, June 29, 2018
Friday, July 27, 2018
Friday, August 31, 2018
Friday, September 28, 2018
Friday, October 26, 2018
Friday, November 2, 2018
Doors 6:30 PM, Dinner & Mystery Game 7:30-9:30 PM
$60 pp plus tax and gratuity ($75 including tax and gratuity)
Happy hour drink prices are available all evening.
Deluxe three course dinner with entree options.
Free parking in the lot out front or nearby.
Available by advance reservation only. Call Wendy at Whodunnit for Hire: 410-549-2722 or click on the thumbnail image to make reservations via EventBrite.
Business Casual Attire
Salad Course: The Cellblock Caesar - romaine hearts, house-made croutons, shaved asiago, roasted garlic bruschetta, topped with house-made dressing
Entree Course (Must Choose One):
The Lawbreaker; Lamb - lamb loin chop drizzled with hot honey glaze, served with pine nut and cranberry couscous, and vegetable du jour
Or The Jailbird; Chicken - grilled chicken breast with lemon basil beurre blanc, served with herb butter couscous and candied Malibu carrots
Or The Unpardonable; Fish - roasted tilapia with sundried tomato cream sauce, served with wild rice pilaf and asparagus
Dessert Course: The Sticky Fingers - apple cinnamon bread pudding drizzled with caramel and Chantilly cream
Optional Wine Dinner
When you arrive to the restaurant, you'll be asked if you'd like to add $18/person (inclusive of tax and gratuity) to make the event a Wine Dinner. If so, you will enjoy a different glass of 19 Crimes Wine with each course.
The Storyline | 19 Crimes
In 1783, the British Government established 19 Crimes Punishable by Transportation. If convicted, the penalty was a one way trip to the penal colony in Australia.
Jump to present day Sykesville, Maryland. This is a quiet town. It is filled with quaint shops, antique stores and clothing boutiques. It recently had the honor of winning the prestigious title "Coolest Town in America." The folks are friendly and quick with a smile.
But they are frustrated with outliers unwilling to follow some simple rules. So, the townsfolk have updated and reinstated the 19 Crimes. Tonight those convicted will enjoy a farewell dinner surrounded by family and friends; for tomorrow they will be banished from Sykesville and shipped out of town.
Unfortunately, a stranger will stumble in during their last meal and die! Oh no! The convicts and guests will be called upon to help solve the crime. They will search for clues, interrogate suspects and solve whodunnit.
This event is an interactive murder mystery game. As a guest, you will be asked to participate as a convict, a sleuth or a suspect. Watch out! You could be accused of the crime.
This murder mystery storyline is based on a wine created by the Australian winemaker Tony Robinson. Treasury Wine Estates was first established in 1843 in Hunter Valley, Australia and today has an award winning portfolio of more than 70 brands of wine. One of those brands is "19 Crimes" and it was the catalyst for this tale of intrigue written and presented by Whodunnit for Hire.
With 33 or more guests you may host your event at Baldwin's Station Restaurant, choose your own date and time and be entitled to the $60/person rate. You may choose any theme for your private party. And get this...you can even choose your own dead guy. A deposit will be due to hold your date. Contact me (Wendy) at Whodunnit for Hire and I'll make sure this happens and that your guests have an amazing time.