With a logo that instantly evokes scenes of parties hosted by Jay Gatsby in East Egg, Bygone, Baltimore’s new 5-Star rated restaurant, achieves the highest standards in altitude, quality and presentation.

Perched on the 29th floor of the Four Seasons in Harbor East, Bygone enjoys unparalleled views of the Harbor. To the east, breathtaking vistas reach past Locust Point and out to the Key Bridge while onlookers to the west are dazzled by the lights and bustle of downtown. An outdoor fire pit and abundant gas heaters keep visitors warm and toasty even during the coldest months.


Photo by Amy Davis / Baltimore Sun


Personal touches such as the inclusion of a elevator operator add to the nostalgic atmosphere of this premier location, recreating an almost dream-like past without resorting to kitsch. Executive Chef Matt Oetting brings a contemporary edge to such retro inspired dishes as Beef Wellington and Delmonico steak. Some of the standout dishes that have become fast favorites include the Crab Louie Salad, Scallops Bourguignonne, Deviled Eggs, extremely addictive Pommes Frites, Steak Tartare, Dover Sole Meuniere, a divine Rockfish a l’Americaine, the Lobster Diable and the Polo Fried Lobster Tail. An array of decadent desserts have not yet been able to distract from the extraordinary Baked Alaska. An extensive yet affordable wine list and expertly mixed cocktails top off a magical evening at this tremendous new addition to Baltimore’s culinary scene.

Be sure to visit the mezzanine, boasting over 700 different types of whiskey!