05 August 2009

Baltimore Restaurant Week Aug. 7-16

Website right here.

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?)

4 comments:

Dave said...

http://www.jacksbistro.net/beers.htm

Sam said...

Jack's has a good set of 6 or 7 rotating taps, usually craft beers from around the US, ozzy is always on tap though. They also have a strong bottle selection which includes a lot of imports. I go there about twice a month and there is usually two new beers on tap.

They also have amazing food with the menu changing often.

BeerChan said...

On tap at Jack's Bistro as of 8/9/09.

Rogue Hazelnut Brown
Clipper City Big DIPA
Southern Tier Creme Brûlée
Ommegang Hennepin
Blue Point Rastafar-Rye
Lagunitas Hairy Eyeball
Brewer's Art Ozzy
Abbaye De Saint Bon-Chien

If you plan on going, note that they are open Wednesday - Sunday for dinner only.

BaltimoreMan said...

The Chef is a beer guy. I was excited to go the one day because they had Witkap Pater Dubbel. Sadly, they tapped out the night before, but as he overheard my displeasure to the waitress, he recommended Koningshoeven. I was glad he know his beer, as that was delicious as well.