Baltimore is a delicious city and a pandemic can’t hold us back from celebrating food and eating local. From July 24 – August 2, enjoy 10 days of outdoor dining and takeout deals with Baltimore Restaurant Week. Restaurant Week may be a little different this year as each establishment handles social distancing unique to their business model, but it will be just as tasty. Check out the 60+ amazing restaurants offering outdoor dining and takeout deals!
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‘It’s like opening a restaurant all over again.’ Baltimore eateries push on despite reduced business amid coronavirus pandemic
After Gov. Larry Hogan ordered all bars and restaurants in Maryland to close March 16 to limit the spread of the coronavirus, allowing only carryout and delivery services to continue, Baltimore eateries have had to figure out how to do business during the pandemic.
Terrence Dickson, owner of the Terra Cafe in Charles Village, saw an opportunity to spread joy and promote his restaurant at the same time.
Shake off those winter blues and make a date (or two) in Harbor East for the Baltimore Winter Restaurant Week. Baltimore Restaurant Week runs January 10 – 19, featuring specially priced 2-course lunches and brunches ($15, $20) and 3-course dinners ($25, $35, $45) at participating restaurants. Reserve your table in Harbor East and take advantage of the most delicious week of winter.
What better way to start off 2020 than with good company and great food during Baltimore Restaurant Week. Explore Baltimore’s food scene this January during Baltimore Restaurant Week, running January 10 – January 19. Try somewhere new, treat yourself to lunch, have a date night (or two).
Enjoy two-course brunch and lunch menus, ranging from $15-20, and three-course dinner menus, ranging from $25-$45. Make your reservations early (there will be no formal extension this year). Share your Baltimore Restaurant Week experiences on social media with the hashtag #BaltCityRW2020! Click here to learn more about participating restaurants, the menus offered or to make reservations.
Q&A: Three Goats Baltimore owners talk growing up in East Baltimore, not giving bougie status to street food, and more
“It’s only him and I,” says chef Michael “Curly” McRae. “We’re the dishwasher, security, everything.”
“Him” would be Gabe Holden, who, along with McRae, launched the new Three Goats Baltimore, an outrageously down-to-earth taco and arepa dive in Mount Vernon on Jan. 28. Although the two met only nine years ago, they spent their childhoods orbiting each other in East Baltimore.
Ryan’s Daughter Irish Pub in Belvedere will close on Jan. 21 after 14 years in business, according to a post on the restaurant’s Facebook page.
Kevin Plank’s latest establishment, Rye Street Tavern, made its debut last night.