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New Dining Map and Guide

New Dining Map and Guide

The Hagerstown-Washington County Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB) has a new guide to help people choose amongst downtown Hagerstown's dining options. A single-page Downtown Hagerstown Dining Guide provides information such as the location, hours of operation, type of cuisine, and price range for each dining establishment. The guide was created to assist tour bus groups, so passengers could explore the downtown area and could plan where to dine, as well as to easily locate chosen restaurants.
"We often hear from tour operators who wish to stop in the downtown area and want to know more about places to eat," said Director of Sales Betsy De Vore. "This handout can be e-mailed to them in advance, and also distributed to members of the tour group, so they can decide where they'd like to dine before stepping foot off the bus. It's also a big plus for senior citizen groups because downtown Hagerstown has so many nice places to dine within a short walking distance of Public Square."
De Vore also said that the Downtown Dining map and guide is available on-line at: www.marylandmemories.org/downtowndining. "The map and guide can be printed out, too. We really think that this is a great way to help promote dining establishments 'Around the Square' in Hagerstown."
Several new dining establishments have come to downtown Hagerstown in the past year. Duffy's on Potomac, Laila's Kitchen, and Moose's American Bistro are some of the downtown area's newest restaurants. They join longtime favorites such as the Schmankerl Stube Bavarian Restaurant, the Gourmet Goat, which recently moved to a new location, and The Plum. A dozen restaurants are featured in the map and guide.
For more information about the Downtown Hagerstown Dining Guide, contact Betsy De Vore at 301-791-3246. To learn more about the Hagerstown-Washington County Convention and Visitors Bureau, go to www.marylandmemories.com. The CVB is a 501 (c)(6) nonprofit organization with the mission of attracting visitors to Washington County. The CVB helps to create vibrant growth for the local economy by promoting, developing, and expanding the local visitor industry.

This information was provided by the Hagerstown/Washington County Convention and Visitor's Bureau - www.marylandmemories.com

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