Baltimore Winter Restaurant Week Begins Friday

| January 24, 2013 | 1 Comments

Visit Baltimore/Downtown Partnership of Baltimore Release: 

BALTIMORE WINTER RESTAURANT WEEK

WHAT:   The fifth annual Baltimore Winter Restaurant Week begins this Friday, January 25, and runs until Sunday, February 3. More than 105 participating restaurants will offer specially selected lunch and dinner prix fixe menus. Guests will enjoy food prepared by Baltimore’s best chefs at restaurants located throughout the entire city. It’s a long two weeks until the Superbowl- Ravens fans are lucky to have such a delicious distraction.

All participating restaurants will offer a choice of pre-selected three-course dinner menus available for $30.13 or $20.13 per person (not including liquor, tax and gratuity). Select restaurants will also offer two-course lunch menus for $15.13 (not including liquor, tax and gratuity).

WHEN:                       Friday, January 25 – Sunday, February 3

WHO:                         Presented by Visit Baltimore and Downtown Partnership of Baltimore.

WHERE:                    More than 105 restaurants throughout Baltimore city.

INFORMATION:       Additional information on Baltimore Restaurant Week will be posted online at www.baltimorerestaurantweek.com.

EDITOR’S NOTE:     The Web site will be updated continuously as additional restaurants join this year’s event and submit their menus.

*Not all participants will offer BOTH lunch and dinner prix fixe pricing, some restaurants have opted out of weekend service.

Visit Baltimore is the official sales and marketing organization for Baltimore that generates economic benefits for stakeholders through the attraction of convention, group and leisure visitors. For more information, please visit www.baltimore.org.

Downtown Partnership of Baltimore is a non-profit corporation creating a more vibrant Downtown community for businesses, property owners, residents, and employees.  Downtown Partnership initiatives increase investment, retain business, solve transportation challenges, improve parks and greenspace, and create workforce development opportunities.  For more than 25 years, these programs have been good for Downtown and good for Baltimore. Visit www.GoDowntownBaltimore.com to learn more. 


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