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The Harford County government is promoting Restaurant Week June 10-16, beginning with the Taste of Harford event and concluding with a grand prize drawing for a basket of local restaurant gift certificates valued at more than $1,000.

Forty restaurants across the county will be offering price fixed menus consisting of three-course meals for $20.10, or less, plus tax and gratuity. Contest cards will be given out by the participating restaurants to their qualifying patrons. Restaurant restrictions may apply during Restaurant Week.

The Taste of Harford, one of Harford County’s premiere fundraising events for children’s charities, returns to the Residents’ Club at Bulle Rock June 9, from 6 to 10 p.m. The finest fare in Harford County will be served by 25 local restaurants, wineries, food growers and chocolatiers. This year’s silent auction takes on a culinary theme and items up for bid include a meal with County Executive David Craig, to a gourmet cooking class and dinner for 4 at the Vandiver Inn.


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