About & Contact Us
Baltimore Restaurant Week is the region’s oldest and largest restaurant week promotion, featuring approximately 100 of the best dining establishments in central Maryland. Presented by Downtown Partnership of Baltimore and Visit Baltimore, the promotion first launched in 2006, and has historically featured 10 days of dining deals with restaurants offering multi-course prix-fixe lunch, brunch and dinner menus.
The promotion encourages the discovery of new restaurants or repeat visits to favorite eateries across the city by offering delicious discounts. Baltimore Restaurant Week consumers are sophisticated diners who take advantage of BaltimoreRestaurantWeek.com to compare menus and book tables through OpenTable. (The site is updated continuously throughout the promotion as restaurants join or update their menus.) Online reviews and food blogs of diners’ experience and menu favorites are common.
The promotion is supported by an extensive media relations and advertising campaign that cuts across print, electronic, and broadcast media.
About Downtown Partnership
Downtown Partnership of Baltimore is a non-profit corporation creating a more vibrant Downtown community for businesses, property owners, residents, and employees. Through its many initiatives, Downtown Partnership improves Downtown’s quality of life by increasing investment, retaining business, solving transportation challenges, improving parks and green space, and creating workforce development opportunities. For more than 30 years, these programs have been good for Downtown and good for Baltimore.
Visit GoDowntownBaltimore.com to learn more.
About Visit Baltimore
Visit Baltimore is the official sales and marketing arm for the City of Baltimore. The 501(c)(6) organization generates economic benefits for stakeholders through the attraction of convention, group, and leisure visitors. In 2019, spending by travelers totaled $6 billion in direct spending throughout the city, supporting 86,827 total jobs and generating $750 million in state and city tax revenues. For more information, please visit Baltimore.org.\