Baltimore County Restaurant Week launches Friday (I think)
The other day, someone from the Business Desk wandered over to ask if I had written or was planning to write anything about the convergence of winter restaurant promotions in the the Tri County area, and I was like, "yeah, I'm on it."
And, so then on the Baltimore Sun homepage this morning I notice that there's a story about the convergence of winter restaurant promotions in the BalBalHo area, and I'm like, "HEY, I said I was writing something!"
But it was the Table Talk story that I had written. And the gist of the story is the More the Merrier: What's all this Fuss about Winter-promotion Overload?!?
But that's not correct.
Baltimore County's winter restaurant promotion launches first, this Friday, January 14, and runs through Friday, January 28. The county's promotion allows restaurants to fix the cost for their multi-course menus at one of six amounts -- $10.11, $15.11, $20.11, $25.11, $30.11, $35.11.
Howard County Restaurant Weeks begin on Monday, January 17 and continue through Monday, January 31. Participating restaurants are allowed to fix the price of their multi-course menu anywhere from $10.11 to $40.11.
And then, Baltimore Restaurant Week starts on from Friday, January 21 and runs officially through Sunday, January 30, with a classic Restaurant Week structure: $35.11 for a fixed-price dinner/$20.11 for a fixed-price lunch.