Eat out in Baltimore for less

The Restaurant Association of Maryland is hoping to hold the first annual "Dine Out, Maryland!" program this September. According to restaurant officials, the event aims to boost restaurant attendance during a month that traditionally experiences a slump, Baltimore Business Journal reports.

To do that, the association hopes to recruit 400 restaurants across the state to offer 20 percent off their menus throughout the entire month of September. Some Ocean City dining locations have already signed on, although Labor Day weekend is excluded from the deal because it is a high-sales period, according to the news source.

Potential homebuyers may enjoy eating at a discount establishment in the area after checking out the homes for sale in Baltimore. There are many high-quality and family-friendly establishments in the metro area.

If you’re looking for a creative dining experience, consider the Papermoon Diner, located at 227 West 29th Street. This venue's menu is fun and delicious with "Moonwraps" such as Mike’s Crispy Chicken Wrap and "Moon Dancer" burgers like the Smarty Pants Burger.

Any number of restaurants may sign up for "Dine Out, Maryland!," so remember to check the Restaurant Association of Maryland’s website for an up-to-date list.