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Baltimore Restaurant Week Extended Through August 13th at Participating Restaurants


It’s Baltimore’s most delicious week of the summer, prices are stellar, and the food is amazing. You have zero excuses to miss out on the more than 100 Baltimore restaurants that are serving up 2-course lunch and brunch menus and three-course dinners menus, now extended through August 13th!

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Last Weekend to Explore Baltimore Restaurant Week!


Baltimore is a delicious city. Try somewhere new, go out to lunch, have a date night (or two). Two-course brunch and lunch menus range from $12-20.

Baltimore Restaurant Week Kicks Off July 28th!


Baltimore Summer Restaurant Week will take place July 28 – August 6, 2017! Baltimore is a delicious city. Try somewhere new, grab lunch instead of eating at your desk, have a date night (or three).

Baltimore Center Stage Picks Flavor as its New Restaurant Vendor

Julia (left) and Vanna Belton, owners of Flavor in Mt. Vernon. Photo courtesy of Baltimore Center Stage.

As it prepares to reopen following a $28 million renovation, Baltimore Center Stage announced today that it has a new pre-show restaurant vendor.

Hampden’s New CinéBistro Offers Luxurious Dinner and a Movie at the Same Time


Friday is date night. You’ve got a sitter and a couple hours free, but you can never decide between dinner on the town or a good movie in the dark with your sweetie.

OpenTable Ranks Baltimore the 10th Most Romantic U.S. City

Photo via Wikimedia Commons

Baltimoreans know their city holds plenty of romantic appeal to balance out its grit, but now we have relative proof, thanks to a new list from dining reservation service OpenTable.

Hot Plate: Bar Vasquez Opens, Baltimore Craft Beer Festival, La Cuchara Celebrates Onions

La Cuchara's Chef Ben Lefenfeld cooking over an open flame. (Photo c/o La Cuchara)
La Cuchara’s Chef Ben Lefenfeld cooking over an open flame. (Photo c/o La Cuchara)

This week, Baltimore’s restaurants are giving us a brief breather, between the flurry of activity that was Fleet Week and all the Halloween-related festivities we can expect next week. That said, though the schedule for the week is a little quieter than usual, there’s still plenty of exciting news and fun events to keep Baltimore’s food lovers busy.