From Baltimore Sun article:
At last count, some 120 restaurants had agreed to participate in this summer's version, which runs Friday through Aug. 16, and most have published their Restaurant Week menus on the Web site (balti morerestaurantweek.com). The basics are the same as in previous years: Participating restaurants offer a fixed-price, three-course dinner for $30.09 or lunch for $20.09, to draw in patrons during a slow time and give diners a reason to check out places they haven't been before. This year, more than ever, there are exceptions to the format, with some restaurants offering more courses, and a few setting a higher or lower fixed price.
Craft-beer-friendly places on board: Alonso's/Loco Hombre, Bertha's, Brewers' Art, Taverna Corvino, and maybe Ryleigh's Oyster also fits. (I've heard a good word or two for Jack's Bistro in Canton--anyone out there want to chime in on their beer menu?)