Baltimore County Restaurant Week kicks off Friday with nearly 70 participating businesses – Baltimore Sun

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Named after the yellow lab belonging to restaurant proprietors Patrick and Katie Russell, Kooper’s offers casual American fare and an extensive not-at-discount beer and wine selection. Its Jacksonville and Lutherville-Timonium locations are offering a duo of two-course and three-course options. For $15, customers can choose between beet salad, French onion soup and bacon-wrapped jalapeno poppers for their first course, then move on to Korean BBQ cauliflower tacos, a “south of the boarder” steak sandwich on ciabatta and drizzled with chIli lime aioli, or sesame soy salmon salad with house-made ginger dressing. For dessert, pick a salted caramel cheesecake or chocolate pudding, bringing the meal to $22. For the second two-course option, pay $28 for blackened chicken carbonara, prime rib and mashed potatoes, or a “poke bowl” of encrusted Ahi tuna over rice, pineapple, avocado and ginger with a sesame soy sauce. Add dessert to that for $35.

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