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Baltimore County Restaurant Week kicks off January 10th

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Now that you have had some time to become unstuffed from the holiday indulgences it is time fill back up. Baltimore County’s Restaurant Week is back in full force from Friday, January 10th to Sunday, January 26th, a full seventeen days and over 50 restaurants to choose from for lunch, brunch and/or dinner.

New restaurants to Baltimore County since this past summer’s Baltimore County Restaurant Week are the very popular Ryleigh’s Oyster Hunt Valley and Cunningham’s in Towson, Liquid Lib’s in Timonium, and Colin’s Seafood and Grill in Randallstown. From A to Y, Artful Gourmet to Yasou Greek Bistro – there are meal deals for lunch, brunch and dinner with prices varying from restaurant to restaurant and ranging in price $10.14 to $35.14.

If I can state my pet peeve, a number of the restaurants do not have their menu up on the Baltimore County Restaurant Week website and a number that do, don’t have their pricing listed. Best to call your restaurant choice to see what they are offering and at what price.

As for the restaurants, please check your listings – you might need to make corrections or additions.

Baltimore County Restaurant Week – www.BaltimoreCountyRestaurantWeek.com

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