News Release, Calvert County Public Information Office

PRINCE FREDERICK, Md. – Feb. 7, 2020 – Calvert County’s eclectic restaurants will showcase their creative cuisine and offer delicious deals during Calvert County Restaurant Week March 5-12, 2020.

Coordinated by the Calvert County Department of Economic Development, Calvert County Restaurant Week will feature restaurants that draw on the region’s bounty to offer unique dining experiences. Whether your favorite fare is fresh seafood, Italian cuisine or anything in between, Restaurant Week has something to satisfy any taste.

“Restaurant Week gives Calvert County restaurants an opportunity to shine just as winter is winding down and the spring season is beginning,” said Director of Economic Development Kelly Robertson-Slagle. “This week-long event is a great way to help our economy and strengthen our community. We’re excited about it and hope people will check out a restaurant they’ve never been to before or support an old favorite.”

Restaurant Week patrons can enter a drawing for prizes by completing an online feedback form, or by posting a photo of yourself dining during Restaurant Week at one of the participating restaurants on Facebook or Instagram with the hashtag #CalvertEats.

A special section on the Calvert County tourism website at features full event details including the growing list of participating restaurants, menus, a mapping feature showing restaurant locations and frequently asked questions.

Diners are encouraged to make Restaurant Week reservations early. Special fixed-price menus will be available at each location with lunch and dinner options offered. The cost for lunch offerings ranges between $10-15 and dinner offerings range between $20-25 per plate. Some restaurants may offer promotional pricing at one meal, rather than both.

Look for Calvert County Restaurant Week on Facebook and join the event for updates through February. For information on the Calvert County Department of Economic Development and the services available to assist county businesses, call 410-535-4583 or 301-855-1880; send an email to; visit online at

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