Baltimore County Restaurant Week, arranged by fixed price
Baltimore County's winter restaurant promotion starts today. I've been looking over the fixed-price deals the participating restaurants are offering. The innovation here is all-inclusiveness. Restaurants were allowed to establish their fixed price, for lunch or for dinner, at one any one of six levels -- $10.11, $15.11, $20.11, $25.11, $30.11 or $35.11.
You can find them all collected on the Baltimore County Restaurant Week website, but you have to click on the links to discover the deal.
As Madonna said in Depaerately Seeking Susan, "...Fortunately for everyone, I'm here..."
So here's how it all breaks down, with the rule-breakers first.
Carson's Creekside Restaurant and Lounge in Middle River gets super extra credit for offering customers six different menu options. Their customers can choose among menus fixed at $10.11, $15.11, $20.11, $25.11, $30.11 or $35.11. Those options are available all day at Carson's Creekside, beginning at 11 a.m.
Suburban House is running a two-for-$35.11 deal
And depending on what you order as a main entree, the fixed price for your dinner at Friendly Farm is either $25.11 (Porterhouse steak), $20.11 (crab cake or fried shrimp) or $15.11 (fried chicken). There are separate deals for children ages 3-10 ($7.11) and 1 to 2 ($2.11; awwww!)
Pizza John's (L/D)
Hard Yacht Cafe (L)
Tark's Grill (L)
Basta Pasta (L)
Cafe Troia (L)
Hard Yacht Cafe (D)
Michael's Cafe (L)
Milton Inn (L)
Oregon Grille (L)
Basta Pasta (D)
The Melting Pot (D)
Mia Carolina (D)
Tark's Grill (D)
Cafe Troia (D)
Michael's Cafe (D)
Milton Inn (D)
Oregon Grille (D)Peppermill Restaurant (D)