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Visit Mother Seton House, Hampton National Historic Site and top it off with dinner at Cypriana

Last time around, which by the way, wasn’t too long ago, besides a restaurant, I wrote about two area attractions that don’t generally get a lot of publicity, the Basilica, and the Maryland Historical Society. I received a few comments […]

Visit Mother Seton House, Hampton National Historic Site and top it off with dinner at Cypriana

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Last time around, which by the way, wasn’t too long ago, besides a restaurant, I wrote about two area attractions that don’t generally get a lot of publicity, the Basilica, and the Maryland Historical Society. I received a few comments […]

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Maryland Historical Society, Baltimore Basilica, Copper Canyon and the coolest hotel lobby in the city

I am dividing this article into three parts. I'll be talking about two attractions that don't get a lot of attention, the coldest hotel lobby in the city and

Check out Baltimore Gems: Charles Theatre, Anthony’s Anchors Aweigh, and Phillips Seafood

One of my favorite movie houses in town is the Charles Theatre. It's locally owned, by the same folks who operate the Senator, and there you will find films

Returning to Juniper in Georgetown

It was about two years when I last had brunch in Juniper, the restaurant in The Fairmont Hotel in Washington, 24th, and M. I told anyone who would listen

Western Maryland restaurant Ristorante Ottaviani is worth the drive

So here it is once again time for my favorite activity, restaurant hopping. This time around our trip will require a bit of travel. We're going from Allegany County

Baltimore delights: Horseshoe Casino, GDL Italian by Giada, Manor Tavern

OK,  here we go again. A trip that involves two restaurants. As I mentioned before, always a favorite adventure of mine. And as I mentioned before, the two main

Towson to Fells Point and plenty to eat along the way

I always like to write about more than one restaurant at a time. Mainly because it gives me the opportunity to visit more than one and enjoy each and

Rise and Shine at the Boathouse in Canton

It's been a tough few months in Baltimore weather wise. Many businesses are suffering because of it. But on my visit to Boathouse, 2809 Boston Street in Canton, I could

Rusty Scupper still serving all you can eat – and you can’t beat the value for the price

Being a Baltimore native I remember lots of things and I also remember when those things didn’t exist. When they had the first City Fair in the Inner Harbor

Cured and 18th & 21st open to rave reviews in Howard County

I recently told you about a new restaurant in Baltimore County. It seems as if I've been dining at new restaurants a lot these days. These time around we

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