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Step OUT for Baltimore Restaurant Week

PABU - Courtesy of PABU
What: A two-or-three-course meal
Where: Nearly 100 participating restaurants in Baltimore 
Cost: $15.13-$30.13 per person 
When: Jan. 25-Feb. 3

Cast-iron skillet Atlantic salmon served with sauerkraut, polenta and dijon mustard froth.

Blackened tilapia and shrimp atop crispy grits, andouille sausage, tomatoes and lobster cream.

Crab and shrimp ravioli with capers, baby spinach and lemon.

These are some of the menu items chefs will at Wit & Wisdom, J.Paul's and Cinghiale will be dishing out during Baltimore Restaurant Week, which runs Jan. 25-Feb. 3. Nearly 100 restaurants are participating in the event, which features two-course and three-course meals for a fixed price.

Restaurants are charging either $30.13 or $20.13 for dinner, excluding tax, alcohol and tip. Some restaurants are even offering a lunch menu for $15.13.

Baltimore Restaurant Week promoters are also giving away dining certificates to the B&O American Brasserie in downtown and City Cafe in Mount Vernon, along with tickets to local theatrical performances. Click here for more info. 

Live out in the county? Don't despair. You can dine at Portalli's, Iron Bridge Wine Co. and Tersiguel's French Country Restaurant and 20 other restaurants that are taking part in Howard County Restaurant Weeks. It began Jan. 14 and runs through Jan. 28.

Baltimore County Restaurant Week is also taking place now and ends Jan. 27. The Oregon Grille, Christopher Daniel and Ruth's Chris Steak House in Pikesville are among the participating restaurants.

Photographs courtesy of PABU, Cinghiale, Wit & Wisdom and J. Paul's.

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