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In the spirit of Bobby’s Burger Palace, Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz invites Chef Bobby Flay to the newest BBP restaurant to create a signature Towson Burger using made-in-Baltimore County ingredients. Check out the video for the burger challenge and see Bobby’s Burger Palace, which just opened at the Towson Square entertainment center. 

Bobby's Burger Palace Towson


Participating Restaurants to Offer Specials July 31 through August 15

The Baltimore County Office of Tourism and Promotion, the Baltimore County Chamber of Commerce, and Sysco are pleased to announce the tenth Baltimore County Restaurant Week beginning on Friday, July 31. Fifty-eight Baltimore County restaurants have joined the summer promotion.

The participating restaurants from across the County will feature special menus at discounted, fixed prices, offering one to three course brunch, lunch, and dinner specials ranging from $15.15 to $35.15.

“Foodies and patrons alike look forward to Restaurant Week – it’s a great time for them to experience places they’ve been meaning to try at a big savings,” stated Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz. “I encourage everyone to experience the many diverse cuisines in the County and support the local restaurant industry.”

For a list of all participating restaurants and menus, go to www.baltimorecountyrestaurantweek.com.
Partners for the promotion include Downtown Diane and The Restaurant Association of Maryland.


North of I-695 and the Route 40 Interchange

A sanitary sewer overflow estimated at 20,000 gallons was reported by Baltimore County contractors to the Department of Public Works today at approximately 11:30 a.m., in a wooded area 1100 feet north of I-695 and the Route 40 Interchange.

The overflow was apparently undetected for an unspecified time due to its location in an unoccupied area off Winters Lane. An eight-inch diameter sewer pipe was discharging into a nearby storm water retention pond which drains into a tributary of Dead Run.

Utility crews were dispatched and immediately worked to locate and to remove the cause of the overflow – a blockage to the sanitary line. They pumped the pond to contain the flow and to prevent it from entering the stream. The blockage was removed and the flow was halted at 6:25 p.m.

Health Department to Monitor Water Quality

The Baltimore County Department of Health will monitor water quality at the sites and issue water contact advisories if necessary.


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