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West County Chamber of Commerce’s Restaurant Week begins March 3rd

Feb 20, 2014 12:13PM ● By Cate Reynolds
For Immediate Release

West County Chamber of Commerce’s Restaurant Week begins March 3rd

Odenton, Maryland

New York, Baltimore, Annapolis, and Washington, D.C. all have one - now West County will be added to the list of places that hold a Restaurant Week. Restaurant Weeks are about exploring new restaurants and reinvesting in our local economy. It is a wonderful way to try a new dish or discover a new favorite hangout.

Participating restaurants have created a special West County Restaurant Week menu consisting of two or three courses. Diners will pay just $14.14 per two-course lunch or $24.14 per three-course dinner. Price does not include gratuity or taxes. See menus for details.

“We have a growing restaurant industry in West County and Restaurant Week offers an opportunity to celebrate the burgeoning culinary scene,” said West County Chamber CEO Claire Louder. “Many highly-qualified chefs now work in our area, and we are pleased to highlight their excellent contributions by sponsoring this weeklong event.”

There are no coupons or tickets to be purchased or downloaded. Diners simply make reservations at their favorite restaurants and pay the fixed price for a special menu at the restaurant. Participating restaurants for West County’s first-ever Restaurant Week include

4 Seasons Grille
The Greene Turtle- Gambrills
Longhorn Steakhouse
Allison’s Restaurant
J. King’s Steak & Seafood
Roundz Gourmet Catering & Fine Dining
George Martin’s Grillfire
Live! Buffet at Maryland Live! Casino
Vivo Italian Kitchen & Wine Bar

More information, including a list of all participating restaurants and menus, can be found at

Meg McNeil, Membership Engagement & Event Coordinator, West County Chamber | 410-672-3422