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Citron a welcome addition to the Quarry

For far too many years, actually decades, I enjoyed going to restaurants. At one time I had a TV show called Dining Out, so I went to two or three a week. If it was Italian, all the better. I […]

Citron a welcome addition to the Quarry

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For far too many years, actually decades, I enjoyed going to restaurants. At one time I had a TV show called Dining Out, so I went to two or three a week. If it was Italian, all the better. I […]

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Cunninghams in Towson: Select your wine from the house iPad

I felt a bit like I was dining in San Francisco or Chicago or any one of those top notch restaurant towns. But I was sure I didn't leave

The Milton Inn is the destination location

In my most humble opinion, there are only a handful of restaurants in this town that can be called a destination location. A place you go for that special

Ristorante Ottaviani is worth a trip to Cumberland

I guess everyone has a limit as to how far they'll travel for a good meal. Generally, my limit is about a hour or so, but that was before I

Carmine’s worth a trip to New Jersey

It didn't take long for Carmine's to become one of my favorite restaurants even though it isn’t in Baltimore. It was a trip to the Tropicana Hotel in Atlantic City,

Sullivan’s Steakhouse home to a great meal

There's very little in the world of dining out that compares to going to a really good steakhouse. If cooked just the way you like it, it can be the

Wonderful Winterthur

I think the next time around I want to be born into a wealthy family. Hey, why not? One family that would do just fine is the du Ponts. I mention them

Take a trip to Geb’s BBQ in Woodlawn

Usually this column is about restaurants and travel destinations, but this time around something a little different: I’m going to give you a complete night out that includes dinner and a movie. Let’s

Grille 620 a welcome addition to culinary scene

I will readily admit: I am a creature of habit, especially when it comes to restaurants. I tend to go to the same restaurants again and again. Why? Simple, really. I do that

Take a trip to Pennsylvania’s Cumberland Valley

I really didn’t give much thought to going to Carlisle, Pa., for an overnight trip. But when I was invited there by a representative from the Cumberland Valley Visitors Bureau,

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