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Dining tips for Monday, Aug. 19; burger specials all over town

Times change, tastes change, but Monday is still burger night around these parts.

Look for burger specials at places like Hamilton Tavern, Alonso's, Mick O'Shea's, Rocket to Venus and McCabe's.

Find venue information and other weekly dining specials  here.

The Mason Dixon Master Chef Tournament, a multi-week, single-elimination cooking tournament, moves into its semi-final round on Monday night at Mari Luna Bistro, with a match between Jeff Keeney of The Point in Fells and Christopher Lewis of The Iron Bridge Wine Company. In other semi-finals action, Melissa Fordham of Gourmet Again will compete Tuesday night against Neill Howell of Bond Street Social.

General admission to the event is $25 and includes appetizers, wine tastings and drink specials. A $45 ticket gains a seat on the audience judges panel. For more information go to the tournament website. Proceeds from ticket sales benefit Meals on Wheels of Central Maryland.

Aug. 19 is National Hot and Spicy Food Day. Come over to the Baltimore Diner Facebook page and tell us where you get your favorite spicy food in Baltimore.

And, Baltimore County Restaurant Week continues through Aug. 25.

 

 

 

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