By Ron Matz

BALTIMORE (WJZ)– If you enjoy a good meal at a bargain price, all roads lead to Baltimore County’s Restaurant Week.

It’s food with a flair and at bargain prices.

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“It takes a time of the year where it’s cold and traditionally people don’t go out to eat and they’re more homebodies and it entices them to go out and find a new restaurant–try new food,” said Jay Rohlfing of Chef Cunningham’s Restaurant.

Justin Windle at Pappas Restaurants says their famous crab cakes are on their lunch and dinner menus. A three-course dinner for two will cost you $32.18.

“To consider all those items a la carte, it’ll be much more expensive than that,” Windle said. “We feel like we’re giving something to the wonderful people that support us everyday of the year.”

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Diners are partaking in the special week also. More than 60 restaurants are involved.

“And our range of prices are from $15 to $35,” said Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz. “Really is a great bargain.”

The Baltimore County restaurant industry employs more than 26,000 people.

Winter Restaurant Week in Baltimore County lasts 16 days.

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