The Return of Talbot County Restaurant Week?
May 03, 2010 06:17PM ● Published by Anonymous
Debbie Dodson, the department’s executive director, said a number of chefs have approached her about organizing the event in November.
“We just have to put together a quick survey to make sure everyone is on board,” she said.
In larger cities, it’s common for Restaurant Weeks to be held twice a year.
The first event included more than 20 restaurants in Easton, Oxford, St. Michaels, and Tilghman, each offering two-course lunches for $20.10 and three-course dinners for $30.10. Dodson said many of the restaurants had all of their reservations pre-booked throughout the week. Obviously, that's atypical for restaurants on the Shore in March.
“We absolutely think we’ll get even more participation this time around,” Dodson said.
I’ll pass along more information as it comes available.
Photo by Tony Lewis, Jr.
Local rockfish fillet with vierge basil pesto from chef Jordan Lloyd of the Bartlett Pear Inn in Easton, a participant in the inaugural Talbot County Restaurant Week.