I’ve slowly started to realize that Frederick’s own Golden Mile is a treasure trove for good, diverse food. Downtown Frederick most often gets that distinction but the Golden Mile is growing and little gems are popping up all over the roughly 2-mile long strip.
As the pandemic has waned on, the food scene in the county has dramatically changed. Favorite spots like Shamrock Restaurant and Cakes to Die For have permanently closed while newbies like Tsunami Ramen and Truth and Beauty Bar have opened.
Over the river and through the woods to Andy’s Pizza & Subs we go. Literally.
Ever since Cafe Bueno expanded to its new location on East 4th Street, I have been wanting to review it.
When the words “cocktail bar” or “cocktail lounge” are uttered, a particular image comes to mind.
Over the past year and a half that I have been with the Frederick News-Post, I noticed one consistency in its food scene: The county has some really good and solid Thai food.
One of the best balances a restaurant can find, in my opinion, is the ability to serve highly elevated cuisine in a welcoming space.
In my opinion, there is nothing better for lunch than a really good sandwich. Sandwiches work for dinner too, don’t get me wrong, but there is something so satisfying about having one midday.
The first time I walked down East Patrick Street I knew I wanted to eat at Jojo’s Restaurant and Tap House.
It seems rarer and rarer these days to find an old-style pizzeria.