50. Edo Sushi
The first Edo Sushi opened in Timonium in 1997 and reinvigorated Baltimore County's strip-center sushi scene, earning high marks for the quality and presentation of its sushi and for the kitchen's casseroles and hot pots, too. All of that remains, and there are now three more Edos to serve you.
Venue info: Edo Sushi in Timonium (Sun photo by Chris Kaltenbach /April 21, 2011)
Baltimore County's winter restaurant promotion is on its way. So far, 34 restaurants have signed up to participate in the county's second go-round, which is being held Jan 12-21, 2012
Again this year, participating restaurants can fix their restaurant week lunch or dinner menus at $10, $15, $20 $25, $30 or $35.
This year's Baltimore County Restaurant Week
winter promotion is five days shorter than last year's, the debut, which ran for 15 days and managed to overlap for eight days with the Baltimore City dining promotion. This year, there is only a two-day overlap, the last two of the county's and the first two of the city's.
Most of the first-year county participants are back. New this year are the Charred Rib, Della Rose's Avenue Tavern, the Green Turtle in Owings Mills, the Melting Pot and the Williamsburg Inn.
For participating restaurants go here
or to the official Baltimore County Restaurant Week website
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