More than 50 Restaurants Will Continue #BaltRW Until Sunday, August 7
As a result of strong consumer demand, more than 50 of Baltimore Summer Restaurant Week participants will extend the dining promotion for an extra week, until Sunday, August 7. In total, 105 restaurants took part in the 11th annual celebration of Baltimore’s food scene, serving prix fixe brunch, lunch, and dinner menus.
The oldest and largest promotion of its kind in the Baltimore region, Baltimore Restaurant Week has helped draw attention to Baltimore’s many talented restaurant owners, chefs, mixologists, and servers. For 11 years, Baltimore Restaurant Week has put a spotlight on Baltimore’s culinary talent, which includes award winning chefs and national acclaim from Zagat, Wine Spectator, Fodor’s, the James Beard House, and more.
During this year’s Baltimore Summer Restaurant Week a three-course dinner, cost between $20-35, and two-course lunches and brunches cost between $12-20, not including gratuity or tip.
Diners may find out which restaurants are extending, see menus, check pricing, locate parking, and make reservations on the Baltimore Summer Restaurant Week website.
Baltimore Summer and Winter Restaurant Weeks are produced jointly by Downtown Partnership of Baltimore and Visit Baltimore.
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