City And County Bring Back Winter Restaurant Week Promotions

Recently reviewed restaurants [Pictures]

Also, this year’s restaurant week is part of a larger winter promotional package from Visit Baltimore called Absolutely Febulous, which also includes discounts at hotels, museums and attractions. Participating restaurants have not been announced yet. They’ll be posted on the promotion’s website, absolutelyfebulous.com . Baltimore County Restaurant Week runs Jan.
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Indianapolis restaurant recommendations for Chiefs fans

Because nothing tastes better than bacon except victory in the playoffs. Farm-to-table: Bluebeard This farm-to-table restaurant, just a couple minutes away from downtown at 653 Virginia Ave., is named after a novel by Indianapolis native Kurt Vonnegut. Fittingly, Bluebeard has a library-like feel, with a menu of seasonal dishes and craft cocktails. But Chiefs fans should know: Colts quarterback Andrew Luck has been spotted here frequently, Greenlee says, and hes said to sign his name on page 12 in the books the restaurant uses as bill collectors. (If youre a big Kurt Vonnegut fan, check out his memorial library while youre in town). Cheap eats and beer: Slippery Noodle Inn Located just a couple blocks from Lucas Oil Stadium at 372 S.
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La Panarda: Philadelphia restaurant hosts an age-old feast that’s a marathon, not a race

VIENNA, VA, JANUARY 9, 2013: Winter salad of shaved cucumber, radish and endive with lemon vinaigrette. Dishware courtesy of Crate & Barrel. (Photo by ASTRID RIECKEN For The Washington Post)

We wanted to celebrate our own survival, says Cratil, who was in the hospital during the first Panarda but has recovered. The event is popular and sells out fast once its announced usually in under an hour. In spite of the high price tag, Cratil says, the restaurant does not reap a profit from la Panarda. We dont make a dime.
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