Baltimore County News
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!
Jordan Fish, Baltimore County Office of Tourism and Promotion
With cooling temperatures and dramatic color-changing foliage, fall is a beautiful time to be in Baltimore County. Whether you're in search of the perfect pumpkin, freshly pressed apple cider, corn mazes, or spooky haunted attractions, there is something for everyone this season.
Autumn in Baltimore County is also home to many great local events, with everything from orchestra concerts to wine tastings available right in your backyard.
Baltimore County Tourism & Promotion
There can be no doubt, the full force of Baltimore summer is officially upon us. While it might be tempting to stay indoors near the A.C. vent (or on top of it, like my dog), make sure you get the most out this season. Baltimore County has tons of great events going on throughout the summer, especially its many outdoor concerts. These concerts feature a wide array of performers and venues, and quite a few of them are actually free to attend. Outdoor concerts are a great way to relax, socialize and enjoy what summer in Baltimore County has to offer.
Feet on the Street – Towson
Fridays, May 17 – September 27
6:00 – 9:30 p.m.
Folk Music Night – Perry Hall
7:00 – 10:00 p.m.
Frederick Road Fridays – Catonsville
Fridays, June 14 – August 30
6:30 – 8:30 p.m.
Hot August Blues and Roots Festival – Cockeysville
Saturday, August 17
11:30 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.
Music on Main Street – Reisterstown
Fridays, June 21 – August 23
7:00 – 9:30 p.m.
Saturdays, June 8 – August 31
6:30 – 9:30 p.m.
Revised April 6, 2016