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Annapolitans are loyal, and the city has an impressive list of long-running restaurants. Once a place clicks, it tends to stay. That's not too surprising for a political town. Call it the incumbency effect. In 1986, Jean-Louis Evennou opened the...
Special to The Morning CallCelebrating St. Patrick’s Day calls for a spot with Irish soul, and Allentown’s Jack Callaghan’s Ale House fills that bill. It doesn’t hurt that this bar and restaurant is also on the route for the city’s St. Patrick’...
Tags: Foods and Beverages, Sandwiches, Allentown, Soups, Restaurants
Overall impression: Like Italian governments, many South Florida Italian restaurants come and go before most people can even learn their names. Once in a while, though, you run into one that has that idiosyncratic edge that raises it above the clutter,...
The Hartford CourantI am wasteful when it comes to pizza. If it is not finished in one sitting, it goes into the trash. But that was before I tasted the Sophia pizza from the new Vero Pizza bistro in Plainville. Now my new rule is save the leftovers so I can enjoy it all....
You can say this about Hyatt: It keeps its properties fresh. I was looking back at the different concepts that have populated the Hyatt Regency Baltimore on Light Street since 1981. Who remembers Berry & Elliott's, the upper-story predecessor to now-...
Tags: Foods and Beverages, Tomatoes, Sandwiches, Sea Bass, Soups
Ole! The Huntington Beach Library will host the Mexican Train Domino Party from 3 to 5 p.m. Tuesday in the Talbert Room, 7111 Talbert Ave. The free popular domino event, which welcomes players of all ages and skill levels, is noncompetitive and limited...
The Hartford CourantThe food at Six Main is outstanding. And it's made almost entirely from plants. The dishes themselves sound like simple, hearty fare: chowder, pasta, meatloaf, gelato. But some culinary alchemy transforms raw veggies into pasta and avocado into ice cream....
Tags: Foods and Beverages, Mushrooms, Banking, Tomatoes, Pasta
The Hartford Courant"We will be open during the storm!" the Black Rose announced repeatedly on its Facebook page throughout the February nor'easter that dropped more than 3 feet of snow in some areas of Connecticut. "Walk, ski, snowmobile, or whatever." And customers did....
The Lebanese Taverna in Harbor East has been around long enough to feel like one of the old-timers in the development. When it opened, back in 2007, the restaurant was a block or two off the beaten path. You'd have had to know to look for it. But now,...
Tags: Restaurants, Harbor East, Dining and Drinking, Shrimp, Tomatoes
Anna Di Pierno's little charmer of a restaurant has been around for about seven years, operating under the name Pasta Blitz. If you go looking for it, though, look for Il Basilico. Di Pierno has taken a deliberate approach to the name change, but the...
Tags: Foods and Beverages, Bacon, Risotto, Timonium, Pasta
In a nondescript strip mall on 17th Street in Costa Mesa, located next to a Chixy Natural and a Bomburger, along with several other chain restaurants, is a very good family-owned Mediterranean-Italian bistro called Café Tria. Large windows overlook...
Tags: Foods and Beverages, Tomatoes, Pasta, Bars and Clubs, CVS Corp.
In Baltimore, everybody knows Costas Inn. The Dundalk institution has been around since 1971, when Costas Triantafilos — still the owner, now working with his son, Pete — opened the restaurant. Since the '70s, Costas has grown into a...
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