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Palio on Foundry Row in Owings Mills is worth a visit

This time around we’ll be visiting a new restaurant located in Foundry Row in Owings Mills. Palio opened June 12 and seems to be a hit already. This based on the crowds I saw there in three visits. The name comes from […]

Palio on Foundry Row in Owings Mills is worth a visit

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This time around we’ll be visiting a new restaurant located in Foundry Row in Owings Mills. Palio opened June 12 and seems to be a hit already. This based on the crowds I saw there in three visits. The name comes from […]

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Check out Staunton and its historic places

Last time around I told you a few things located within the town of Staunton Virginia. This time, a little more information on the town itself. It was first settled

Virginia day-tripping with Stonewall Jackson and Shakespeare

I’m going to tell you as much about this town as I can, but will warn you, it isn’t all there is. I will be back in the near

Check out Anthony’s Anchors Aweigh and GDL Italian by Giada

Let’s take a look at two new restaurants that appeared recently on the local dining scene. I’ll begin with one that opened June 5. Located at 3648 Washington Boulevard, you’ll

Hotel Revival comes to Charm City

There’s a new hotel in downtown Baltimore, 101 West Monument Street to be exact, that opened May 3.  It’s the Hotel Revival, owned by Two Roads Hospitality, with other locations

Stanford Kitchen’s impressive menu features a tasty salmon

There's a new restaurant in town and I was there to check it out a few days before the official opening. It's Stanford Kitchen, located in the spot previously

Brunch and a show: Nothing beats that

Nothing like a day that consists of brunch and a show. I was lucky enough to have such a day and I'm going to share it with you. Too

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

 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

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