North County Eateries Participate in Baltimore County Restaurant Week

Local restaurants plan to provide meal options at discounted rates for the nine-day event.

You might want to hold off on your New Year's resolution to lose weight a little while longer.

Baltimore County is hosting the 2012 winter Restaurant Week from Jan. 12 to Jan. 21,  and local eateries including six from North County are featuring special discounted menus for the occassion.

Restaurant week is held semiannually in the winter and summer. The in August 2010 by Milton Inn Executive Chef Brian Boston.

Where are you celebrating one of the most tasty weeks of the year?

Address: 118 Shawan Road, Cockeysville

Restaurant Week Specials: Not Listed

Patch Review:

Friendly Farm Restaurant

Address: 17434 Foreston Road, Upperco

Restaurant Week Specials: Porterhouse Steak, Jumbo Lump Crab Cake, Fried Shrimp and Fried Chicken.

Patch Review: None. If you've eaten at Friendly Farm Restaurant, tell us your opinion in the comments.

The Grill at Peerce's

Address: 12460 Dulaney Valley Road, Phoenix

Restaurant Week Specials: Grilled French Pork Chop, Bouilabaisse, Sesame Encrusted Tuna and Steak Frites.

Patch Review: None. If you've eaten at The Grill at Peerce's, tell us your opinion in the comments.

The Milton Inn

Address: 14833 York Road, Sparks-Glencoe

Restaurant Week Specials: Sauteed Brooke Trout, Calves Liver, Veal Scaloppine, Wild Mushroom Phyllo, Roasted Breast of Chicken and Grilled Pork Chop

Patch Review:

Address: 1201 Shawan Road, Cockeysville

Restaurant Week Specials: Pan-Fried Rainbow Trout, Crispy Shrimp Tacos, Polo Club and Jumbo Lump Crab Gratin.

Patch Review:

Address: 550 Cranbrook Road, Cockeysville

Restaurant Week Specials: Cheesy Surf & Turf, Shrimp Louisa, Don Pepe Tournedos, Chicken Chesapeake and Veal Marsala

Patch Review:

Tracy January 03, 2012 at 08:08 PM
I eat at Friendly Farms frequently - at least once a month. While I like it I do feel for the price they could make improvements. I despise being served french fries with a very expensive crab cake dinner. I also think they should offer pies/cakes as an alternative to ice-cream, especially in the winter months.
Nayana Davis January 03, 2012 at 08:19 PM
Thanks for sharing Tracy! I've been meaning to try the place for a while. How do you feel about the family style eating and the gazillion side dishes that come with the entree?


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