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Summer Restaurant Week Now Through August 15
Spice up your life with Baltimore County Summer Restaurant Week! The Baltimore County Office of Tourism and Promotion and the Baltimore County Chamber of Commerce have once again joined forces to promote over two weeks of delicious and affordable dining throughout the County.
Suffering from the malaise of a long, hot Baltimore summer? Don’t fret, your restaurant rescue is here!
Through next Saturday, August 15, more than 50 participating restaurants across the County will feature special menus at a discounted, fixed price, offering one to three course lunch and dinner specials ranging from $15.15 to $35.15. This year we’re very excited to have lots of first-time participating restaurants with plenty of great offerings.
Amazing Food at Great Prices
Restaurant Week is a chance to try all that Baltimore County has to offer and to support some of our hardest-working local businessmen and women, all while eating amazing food at great prices.
Please visit www.baltimorecountyrestaurantweek.com to view a list of participating restaurants, peruse menus and make reservations. Or, find us on Facebook at: www.facebook.comBaltimoreCountyRestaurantWeek
Try that fancy place you’ve heard such great things about, or pop into your favorite local hotspot. Either way it’s a delicious time to dine in Baltimore County! Baltimore County Summer Restaurant Week 2015 is sponsored by Baltimore County Office of Tourism and Promotion and the Baltimore County Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with SYSCO and Downtown Diane.
Baltimore County Office of Tourism and Promotion
Manpreet Kaur, Intern, Baltimore County Office of Communications
In the words of George Bernard Shaw, “There is no love sincerer than the love of food.” If that’s true, Baltimore County is the place to be for foodies this August.
The Baltimore County Office of Tourism and Promotion and the Baltimore County Chamber of Commerce are once again joining forces to promote more than two weeks of delicious and affordable dining throughout the County. Baltimore County Summer Restaurant Week kicks-off on August 8 and runs until August 24. From fine dining and fusion to family dining and pubs, you can enjoy 17 days of diverse “meals and deals.”
With special menus offered by participating restaurants, it's a great time to try something new or return to your longtime favorite establishment. There’s a wide variety of special prix fixe menus being offered, with one to three course lunch and dinner specials ranging from $15.14 to $35.14.
More than 60 restaurants throughout Baltimore County are featured in this year’s event, making this the largest Restaurant Week to date. Make your reservation today!
Baltimore County Chamber of Commerce
What do law firms, financial institutions and accounting firms all have in common? They all need to network to prosper and grow.
This week is National Small Business Week and to celebrate, the Baltimore County Small Business Resource Center will be hosting its annual Open House on Wednesday, May 14 from 9:30 a.m. to 11 a.m.
The event is a great opportunity to interact and build relationships with the people who move small business in Baltimore County. This year’s event will feature a complimentary breakfast, catered by the Spriggs’ Honey Biscuits Inc., who are being honored for their entrepreneurial achievements.
Cliff and Tracie Spriggs opened their catering business in 2005. Since then, they have incubated eight successful startups, including the cupcake designer Icedgems Baking. From patissiers to sauciers, the Spriggs have helped over 300 chefs cultivate their craft in their Randallstown kitchen.
“Small businesses are the backbone of a diverse, growing and economically viable Baltimore County,” said Keith Scott, president and CEO of the Baltimore County Chamber of Commerce and Small Business Resource Center.
For more than 30 years, the resource center has been a fixture within the county and its business community. Small businesses depend on the SBRC to help them turn their dreams into reality. Honey Biscuits Inc. is a testament to the wealth of knowledge that the SBRC counselors provide.
The Baltimore County Small Business Resource Center is a partnership between the Baltimore County Chamber of Commerce and the Baltimore County Department of Economic Development. SBRC works with prospective and current small business owners to assist in establishing, growing and improving their businesses.
Visit the Baltimore County Chamber of Commerce website to read more here.