BALTIMORE COUNTY, Md. (WMAR) - Looking for a new waterfront restaurant, but don't want to pay the Bay Bridge toll? Then you're in luck!
How about dining in Baltimore County with a beautiful waterfront view.
The Baltimore County Office of Tourism has an important message for residents all across the region. To dine by some of the most fantastic waterfront views on the entire east coast, all you have to do is make your way to eastern Baltimore County to one of the fabulous waterfront restaurants in Dundalk, Essex and Middle River.
Crabs-we got em. Clams-you bet! Do you love a good crab pretzel? What are you waiting for? Come on down!
"I just love these places," said Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz. "Getting to tour a large portion of the County's 200 miles of waterfront with "Captain" Bevins was an added treat. I really do hope that people from all around the County and beyond will check out these incredible restaurants. They will be amazed by the great food and the awesome views."
The latest tourism video promoting waterfront dining in Baltimore County features specials from each of the restaurants and may be viewed by clicking here .
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