You probably wouldn’t even know it was there unless you looked for it and actively sought it out. That’s what happened to me when I was searching for a restaurant to review this week and I stumbled upon Potomac Street Grill in Brunswick.
One of my recent favorite exposés in the food writing world was a spread that Bon Appétit magazine put together last year titled “Red Sauce America.”
Some of the most underrated spots for a good lunch, in my opinion, are grocery stores. They have a variety of options and for the most part everything is very fresh and a little on the cheaper side.
To any driver on Urbana Pike who is not hungry or looking out for it, they might pass by Monocacy Crossing restaurant and think it was just someone’s house on the side of the road.
With the holiday season upon us, the act of shopping is in full swing. Buying gifts for family, friends, neighbors, co-workers, mail carriers, the list seems to never end.
The owner of the Village Tavern in Walkersville described the restaurant as the “Cheers” of the town.
An Italian flag hanging outside the door of Juliet’s Italian Market & Cafe downtown signals that you’ve arrived at the right spot.
200 Monroe Restaurant is no secret to the Frederick community. I know this because multiple people suggested I make it the subject of a review and every time I visited its dining space was packed to the brim.
Drive down East Patrick Street toward the Frederick Fairgrounds and you could easily miss one of the most highly rated burger places in the county.
Have you ever been sitting in a restaurant or coffee shop and liked every single song that is played over their speaker system? It’s almost as if your phone was taken and plugged in and your playlist was the one sending melodies throughout the space.