Baltimore Restaurant Week
January 21, 2011 by staff
Baltimore Restaurant Week, Need a way to beat the winter blues without spending a fortune? Join Baltimore Winter Restaurant Week 2011 and the Baltimore County Winter Restaurant Week 2011 from January 14-30, 2011. The Baltimore area is a hotspot of gastronomy on a budget that participating restaurants in the two sets of week’s restaurant will offer 3-course lunches for $ 20.11 and 3 course dinners for $ 35.11.
To help reduce the list of over a hundred candidates, I selected restaurants, which are highly rated for their food and expensive during the week non-Restaurant. The first criterion is important for Restaurant Week to make your dining experience delightfully helpful, and the second criterion is to get the best value-for-the-buck considering the value offered by the Restaurant Week promotion. For quality food, I looked for restaurants with a score of 2011 Zagat Survey of 25 or more food (excellent or better.) Here are the restaurants that met both criteria for each set of Restaurant Week.
”’Baltimore Restaurant Week (January 21-30): Now is the time to eat! Baltimore Restaurant Week”commence today and continues through Jan. 30. Participating restaurants offer three-course meal for $ 20.11 and three course dinners for $ 35.11. Baltimore County Restaurant Week continues through Jan. 28. Fixed prices for lunch and dinner and range from 10.11 to 35.11. Howard County Restaurant Week runs through Jan. 31. Fixed prices for lunch and dinner are $ 10.11 to 40.11. Frederick Restaurant Week is March 7-13. Two-course lunches and three course dinners will be offered and 10.11 to $ 30.11. Talbot County Restaurant Week from March 21-28. Two-course lunches are $ 20.11, three-course dinners are $ 30.11. There will also be special events to eat.
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