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April 2014 - page 2

6 Bars To Try In Williamsburg


1. Hogarth’s Bar & Bistro


5201 Center Street, Williamsburg, Virginia 2318
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Nothing fancy about Hogarth’s Bar & Bistro. No gimmicks. No grand concepts. Just great food, great friends and great times. What more could you want? When have you seen Yorkshire pudding on a menu lately. Yes, there’s a bit of british inspiration at Hogarth’s. Risotto with English peas and bacon. Fries with bourbon jam. Gotta try those fries! There’s also a nice seared tuna. Great food, great friends and great times in Newtown. Hogarth’s Bar and Bistro. Keep Reading

8 Awesome Mid-Atlantic Wineries To Try


1. Boordy Vineyards, Hydes, MD


12820 Long Green Pike, Hydes, MD 21082
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Winegrowing, like most farming, stems from a love and respect for the land. In this case, a connection to the farm, Long Green, has been strengthened over many generations from days spent walking its hills and valleys, fishing its streams, planting and harvesting crops, and tending to livestock. A stubborn sense of place has been imprinted in the souls of the Deford family. Keep Reading

Top 5 Fried Chicken Joints In Baltimore


1. Miss Shirley’s Cafe


513 W Cold Spring Ln, Baltimore, Maryland 21210 | 750 E. Pratt Street, Baltimore, Maryland 21202 | 1 Park Place, Annapolis, Maryland 21401
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Miss Shirley’s Cafe offers guests an exceptional award winning culinary experience for breakfast, brunch and lunch. Their specialties are rooted in Southern fundamentals and the abundance of fresh ingredients from the Chesapeake Bay region of Maryland. They pride themselves in beautifully presented plates, prompt and professional service, as well as clean, comfortable and well-maintained premises for guests. Keep Reading

7 Awesome Nashville Fried Chicken Spots


1. The Loveless Cafe


8400 Highway 100, Nashville, Tennessee 37221
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Fried chicken and biscuits. These tried and true Southern food staples have been a part of Loveless Cafe’s history for more than sixty years. In 1951, Lon and Annie Loveless began serving them right out the front door of their home to travelers who passed by on US Highway 100 in Nashville, Tennessee.

Today the Loveless Cafe serves more than 450,000 guests a year and makes between 4,000 to 7,000 biscuits a day — still using that same secret recipe from Annie Loveless all those years ago. If only Lon and Annie could see today what their little cafe has become. As Donna McCabe, another long-time owner of the Loveless said, “People just like real food.” Keep Reading

7 East Coast Winemakers To Know


1. Ashby Everhart, Legends Vineyard, Churchville, MD


521 Asbury Rd., Churchville, Maryland 21028
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Legends Vineyard started long ago when the process of creating wine was so inspiring that what originated as a hobby became a full time vineyard, winery and tasting room. Every aspect of wine making from growing grapes to bottling award winning wines is a mission for the Everhart team.

Ashby Everhart is the wine maker. His love of wine and all of the beautiful qualities it can capture is what exhilarates him to develop the fourteen different varietals that Legends has to offer. Keep Reading

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