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Kamenetz Launches Baltimore County Restaurant Week

Participating Restaurants To Offer Specials January 10 through January 26

Towson, Maryland (January 9, 2014) – Today,  Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz joined Baltimore County Chamber of Commerce President Keith Scott to launch Baltimore County Winter Restaurant Week 2014, which runs January 10 through January 26.

Fifty-three participating restaurants across the County will feature special menus at a discounted or a fixed price. Offering one to three course brunch, lunch, and dinner specials ranging from $10.14 to $35.14.  

Fine Dining to Family Dining

The Kick-Off took place at Liquid Lib's in Timonium, where County Executive Kamenetz encouraged County residents and visitors to dine out during the County's Restaurant Week and savor local flavor and delicious deals.

"Baltimore County's restaurants provide not only enjoyment for its patrons, but employment to 25,000 workers," stated Kamenetz. "From fine dining to family dining, you'll find something to suit your taste and wallet during Baltimore County Restaurant Week."

The event was attended by nearly 100 folks.

Participating Restaurants

Fourteen participating restaurants served samples of their Restaurant Week fare at the kick-off, including: An Poitin Stil, Barrett's Grill, Café Troia, Herb and Soul, Il Basilico Trattoria, Kooper's North, Island View Waterfront Café, Liquid Lib's, McFaul's Ironhorse Tavern, The Milton Inn, Oyster Bay Grille, Padonia Ale House, Pappas and Ryleigh's Oyster.

In 2012, Baltimore County's restaurant sales brought in $1.4 billion, ranking them the second highest in Maryland; Montgomery County led with $1.6 billion. 

A full list of participating restaurants, menus and reservation links is available online.

Baltimore County Winter Restaurant Week 2014 is sponsored by the Baltimore County Office of Tourism and Promotion, Baltimore County Chamber of Commerce and partners with the Restaurant Association of Maryland, Open Table, and Downtown Diane.