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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 starts with dinner.  For that we’re going to Geb’s BBQ, […]

Take a trip to Geb’s BBQ in Woodlawn

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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 starts with dinner.  For that we’re going to Geb’s BBQ, […]

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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

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D.C.’s Kingbird: enjoy a meal, history

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Two Restaurants: From Timonium to Annapolis

Let's go on a little ride looking for restaurants. We'll start in Timonium and what do you know, I found one. It bears the fancy name of IL Basilico Trattoria

The Watergate Hotel is open again

I was excited when I knew I would be checking into the Watergate Hotel. Imagine, I'd be where history was made on June 17, 1972. That day a break in

Dock of the Bay: Waterside Dining on Miller’s Island

Is there a more delightful way to have lunch or dinner in the summer than to have it waterside? When that water is the Chesapeake Bay, it makes the experience

Langermann’s: A great dining experience

I for one like dining downtown, especially in what I’d call the hipper neighborhoods. Fells Point is one, so is Locust Point, Federal Hill and Canton. Langermann’s happens to be located

The Valley Inn: Check out its signature dish grilled lobster burrito

The Valley Inn in Lutherville has been in business for many years.  Not too very long ago it was sold and the new owner spent lots of time and money renovating

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