Within the past year, two Mexican restaurants with the same name and owner have opened in the greater Frederick area.
The back patio of Ayse Meze Lounge in downtown Frederick looks and feels like a scene out of the early 1900s — surrounded by greenery, brick floors, white linen cloth tables, stringed lights hanging overhead and vintage metal chairs painted in white and shades of blue.
Whenever I try a new Italian restaurant, I go in skeptical, because more often than not I end up slightly disappointed.
Lunches can get boring. Salads, sandwiches, leftovers. Falling into the same weekday lunch slump is easy, but luckily there are plenty of options in Frederick County to get you out of that slump.
With the arrival of The Great Frederick Fair this week came some great food options. Of course, you can still go to the fair and get your typical fair fare — see what I did there?
If the packed tables at lunchtime don’t draw you in, the aroma will.
Why did the human cross the road? To check if their local Popeyes had a chicken sandwich.
Calorically, the Burger King Impossible Whopper is nearly identical to its meaty counterpart (630 versus 660 calories, with a full 100 milligrams more sodium).
“I was so focused on the beets, it took me a minute to notice the meat,” a friend told me on our way back from lunch at Boxcar Burgers in Brunswick.
If heaven is a place on earth, my nirvana is being stuffed with good Mexican food for five days straight.