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Dining around the Beltway

As I often like to do, we are again taking a drive around the beltway to visit two restaurants. They are only about 20 minutes apart. That means you can have lunch in one and dinner in the other. We’ll […]

Dining around the Beltway

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As I often like to do, we are again taking a drive around the beltway to visit two restaurants. They are only about 20 minutes apart. That means you can have lunch in one and dinner in the other. We’ll […]

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 Clifton Mansion: Take a tour and enjoy the view

OK, here's a place I've bet you've seen many times and never paid any attention to what it was. This is especially true when driving around the intersection of

Brunch to lunch in Baltimore – places to eat for your next time out

Hooray and alas, thanks to one of Baltimore’s premiere p.r. gals, Randi Rom, I was invited to try a new place (for me) for brunch. It is Sam’s Canterbury

Palm Beach County: Life in the sun

Time and space doesn't allow me to write all there is to talk about when discussing Palm Beach County Florida. So I'll limit myself to one specific hotel and

Nothing like Sunday brunch at Cunningham’s Café & Bakery and By The Docks

Sunday brunch I know is popular with my crowd. And I suspect many in your circle of friends like it too.  So with that in mind, I journeyed to

Liberatore: Check out the weekday buffet – Yum

When a restaurant has seven locations how do you decide which one to go to?  For me the decision was easy. Uncle Danny invited me to the Liberatore’s in

Check out Boathouse Canton

When checking into a hotel at the beach, one of the first questions usually asked at check in is, do I have a water view. So the same question

Dave & Buster’s comes to Baltimore

There's a new restaurant in town and I of course had to check it out. It's Dave & Buster's located in the White Marsh Mall. It opened December 4

Let’s meet up ‘By the Docks’ for brunch

I have been to By the Docks before and after dining there a second time, I wondered why it took me so long to get back. My meal was

Luray Virginia: Perfect weekend getaway

Luray Caverns  From my home in Pikesville it took me two hours and 20 minutes to arrive in the town of Luray Virginia. I went via route 70 to 340

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