Restaurant week going statewide in Maryland amid COVID-19

Torri Donley

First statewide restaurant week set as eateries struggle under COVID-19 Updated: 4:03 PM EDT Sep 3, 2020 Baltimore Business Journal Restaurant week is going statewide.The dining promotion, which aims to boost business during traditionally slow periods in the summer and winter months, has already become a staple for Baltimore and […]

First statewide restaurant week set as eateries struggle under COVID-19

Restaurant week is going statewide.The dining promotion, which aims to boost business during traditionally slow periods in the summer and winter months, has already become a staple for Baltimore and surrounding counties. There are even a handful of specialized spin-offs — vegan restaurant week, for instance, and several weeks devoted to food trucks.This month, for the first time, restaurants across Maryland will band together for a statewide week of specials in an effort to entice customers back as the COVID-19 outbreak continues to take a financial toll on the dining industry. The Restaurant Association of Maryland, which is spearheading the effort, announced Thursday that the inaugural Maryland Restaurant Week will be held Sept. 18-27.Read the full story from our partners at the Baltimore Business Journal

Restaurant week is going statewide.

The dining promotion, which aims to boost business during traditionally slow periods in the summer and winter months, has already become a staple for Baltimore and surrounding counties. There are even a handful of specialized spin-offs — vegan restaurant week, for instance, and several weeks devoted to food trucks.

This month, for the first time, restaurants across Maryland will band together for a statewide week of specials in an effort to entice customers back as the COVID-19 outbreak continues to take a financial toll on the dining industry. The Restaurant Association of Maryland, which is spearheading the effort, announced Thursday that the inaugural Maryland Restaurant Week will be held Sept. 18-27.

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