There's still time to get in on the deals. More than two dozen restaurants are continuing to offer special prices despite the official end yesterday of the summertime version of Baltimore Restaurant Week.
The Wine Market in Locust Point is extending its promotion until Aug. 12 and is making its entire menu available, excluding the rib-eye and scallop dishes.
The Prime Rib is luring customers with a whole month of deals until Sept. 2. The restaurant also offers a half-price wine list on Sundays.
For a complete list, visit Baltimore Restaurant Week's website. Participating restaurants are noted with an "e" symbol, though diners are advised to contact restaurants for the extension dates and any changes to their menus.
The recent promotion offered three-course, prix-fixe dinner menus for $30.12 and $20.12, with some restaurants offering two-course lunch menus for $15.12.
Photo courtesy of The Prime Rib's website