Ocean City Restaurant Week Fall 2017

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Welcome to Ocean City Restaurant Week Fall 2017…

Ocean City Restaurant Week Fall 2017

Date: Sunday, November 5 – Sunday, November 19, 2017
Hours: All Day
Location: Over 20 Restaurants Around Ocean City MD
Contact: Ocean City Hotel-Motel Restaurant Association
Email: Contact Form
Phone: 410.289.6733 | 800.626.2326
Online: Website | Facebook | Google+
Event Photo Albums: Coming Soon!
Ocean City Restaurant Week Fall 2017 | November 2017 Events Ocean City MD
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About Ocean City Restaurant Week Fall 2017

How it Works…In addition to their regular menu, participating Restaurant Week establishments offer special Restaurant Week fixed price menu options. They may offer a $10, $20, $30, or $40 fixed menu price that may even include dessert! Some restaurants are also offering “Great Deals.” Dining options range from simple to fine dining.

Check to see what participating restaurants are offering here.
The chance to try new food or dine at your favorites for a great price is so popular that we highly recommend making a reservation in advance. Don’t miss out on Ocean City Restaurant Week!


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