Although Baltimore Restaurant Week ends Sunday, over half of the participating restaurants will make their prix-fixe menus available through next week.
More than 60 restaurants will continue serving their Restaurant Week offerings through Aug. 13.
The promotion aims to drive business during slow summer months at city restaurants, which offer two-course brunches and lunches ($12-$20) and three-course dinners ($20-$35) for fixed prices during the week.
More than 100 restaurants participated in the original promotion, which launched July 28.
Among the restaurants extending their menus are Cask & Grain Kitchen, Johnny’s, Rachel New American Cuisine and TellTale Restaurant. The full list of extenders is available on the Baltimore Restaurant Week website.
Produced by Visit Baltimore and the Downtown Partnership of Baltimore Inc., Baltimore Restaurant Week was first held 12 years ago, and now returns biannually in the summer and winter.