For many, a simple New Year's resolution is to watch what they eat and lose weight. Some also want to cut back on their spending. In the month of January, you may have to break at least one of those resolutions, but for a good reason.
Baltimore City and Baltimore County have both announced the winter version of their respective Restaurant Weeks are returning for yet another year.
Baltimore County will kick off their Restaurant Week next week. The county's Office of Tourism and Promotion and Chamber of Commerce are both sponsoring the chance for you to try restaurants throughout the county at reduced prices.
The county's Restaurant Week starts on Thursday, January 12th and wraps up on Saturday, January 21st. 36 restaurants in all are taking part with one or three course lunch and dinner specials ranging from $10.12 to $35.12. You can find a full list of the restaurants taking part in Baltimore County at www.baltimorecountyrestaurantweek.com .
Baltimore City will be the next to hold their annual Restaurant Week. The city's event is being organized by Visit Baltimore and Downtown Partnership of Baltimore and start on Friday, January 20th and runs through Sunday, January 29th.
This year 80 of the city's restaurants and chefs are being featured with special price-fixed menus. You will have the chance to get a two-course lunch at $15.12 or try a special three-court dinner for either $20.12 or $30.12. A full list of the restaurants taking part in Baltimore City can be found at www.BaltimoreRestaurantWeek.com .
A reminder to all patrons, the price-fixed deals do not include liquor, tax, or gratuity.
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