The much-hyped storm #hermine might have been a bust here in Baltimore, but we’re still in for a lot of upcoming drama over the next few weeks. With the first presidential debate rapidly approaching, we’re likely to hear a lot about every touchy topic, from #TrumpEnMexico to the 49’ers QB and his #VeteransForKaepernick…and everything in between.
It’s a great time, then, to take a little break from the news and escape in a book. And if you’re looking for something new to read, Baltimore has your back.
The following is a great article from the Baltimore Business Journal:
Baltimore Summer Restaurant Week will return July 22-31 with a new pricing concept.
Baltimore Business Journal
Chefs participating in the annual promotion will now price the menu themselves, within a range. Diners will pay between $20-$35 for a three-course dinner, and two-course lunches and brunches will cost between $12-20. The set prices do not include gratuity or tip.
Baltimore Summer Restaurant Week will return July 22-31.
Prix-fixe dinners during last summer’s restaurant week cost $20 and $30.
It’s been a wild few weeks in the worlds of sports and entertainment, from Kobe’s last game and the Jordan Spieth meltdown at the Masters to all sorts of drama involving football player Josh Gordon and, in Louisiana, the Tyler Summitt scandal.
But here in Baltimore, spring is off to a great start, with a strong opening to the Orioles’ season and at least a few sparkling, sunny days. We also have a great few weeks of music coming up, no matter what your taste. Love R&B? Metal? 90s pop? Baltimore has you covered this spring.