Maryland Restaurant Week Returns This Friday, September 16

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The Restaurant Association of Maryland (RAM), the only trade association that represents every segment of the foodservice industry in Maryland, has announced the return of Maryland Restaurant Week for its third year, sponsored by Boys and Girls Clubs of Maryland, September 16-25.

The statewide initiative will bring all counties and restaurants together in celebration of those in the restaurant industry. All participating restaurants will offer guests a variety of special menus, discounts, or season fare for dine-in, curbside, or carryout. The ten-day event provides an opportunity to support the thousands of restaurants who are experiencing the long term affects of the COVID-19 pandemic. There’s no better time for Maryland residents, along with the surrounding region, to support local restaurants and experience all the delicious dining options that Maryland has to offer.

“We’re excited to bring back the return of Maryland Restaurant week for its third year,” said Marshall Weston Jr., RAM President & CEO. “This week is not only an opportunity for the community to try out new spots, but it also allows them to support their local restaurants that are continuing to recover from the pandemic. We highly encourage everyone to support their local restaurants whether through dine in or carryout.”

Boys & Girls Clubs of Maryland is a relentless champion for children across the entire state, doing whatever it takes to enable all young people, especially those who need them most, reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens.

“Boys & Girls Clubs of Maryland are beyond excited to partner with the Restaurant Association of Maryland for this years’ Maryland Restaurant Week,” said Y’landa Burch, Chief Strategy Officer, Boys & Girls Clubs Maryland. “Both of our organizations are proud leaders and supporters in the local community as well as statewide, so it was a perfect fit. Maryland Restaurant Week gives the community the chance to support local restaurants and bring awareness to importance of the restaurant industry as employers.”

All segments of the restaurant and foodservice industry will be participating. Diners, family restaurants, fine dining, quick service, fast casual and all types of restaurants will be represented and offering some kind of promotion, feature or special.

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