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  • Brewing tea in the bathroom of the Luxe Hotel

     
    So I'm sitting here on our bathroom floor in our hotel, the Luxe Bel Air -- a hotel normally way out of our league, but we got a great deal on our room (much better than the rates on the......
  • Pizzazz Tuscan Grille and Top 10 Wednesday

     
    You realize I have to go through the whole Tex-Mex horror all over again, don't you? You don't, you lucky blog readers. But the list of Tex-Mex places appeared in the print edition today; and because they can't comment directly, print......
  • The Bartlett Pear Inn to open

     
    The Bartlett Pear Inn opens tomorrow in Easton where the Inn at Easton used to be. I love the name of this place, in spite of the mean things I said about Bartlett pears in an earlier post. Bartlett is......
  • Next Sunday's review: Blue Hill Tavern

     
    Next Sunday I review the new Blue Hill Tavern in Brewers Hill. Everyone who writes about it (that I've read) comments as much about the striking decor as anything else, so it wasn't quite as startling for me as it......
  • Comfort food in the burbs

     
    Robert of Cross Keys has made my day, maybe my week, with this fine guest post. My Pikesville source, a guy who tells my husband about restaurants to pass on to me, has been going on for a couple of......
  • 'The Amazing Race': And the winner is ....

     
    Here's Bucky on the finale of The Amazing Race:(Guest recapper’s note: My apology to Meghan Rickey—who I am pretty sure reads this blog every week—for misspelling her name in my recaps. “gh” is my least-favorite digraph in...
  • Burj Dubai: Tall promises unfulfilled

     
    by Mark Silva With the opening today of the Burj Dubai, at 160 stories the world's tallest tower, we are reminded of regional promises unfulfilled. The crown jewel of the United Arab Emirates, a high-rise that surpasses all high-rises in......
  • 'Artisanal' grilled cheese comes to Mt. Washington Tavern

     
    I'm not really big on obscure commemorative months, but I'll make an exception for grilled cheese.April is National Grilled Cheese month, someone at Mount Washington Tavern tells me.To mark the occasion, the tavern is introducing not just any old grilled....
  • Beware: Gotchas for 2014

    Beware: Gotchas for 2014
    Although many professional colleagues take the opportunity of a new year to tout the good stuff you can expect, I'm concentrating -- as I often do -- on the potential potholes in your 2014 journeys. Air Travel. Air travel historically draws the major...
  • What to do if your hotel doesn't exist

    For just $89 a night, the all-suite hotel in Killeen, Texas, promised Steven Hoybook and his family "European-style luxury" -- an offer that seemed too good to pass up. But Hoybook wishes that he had. When he and his family arrived, they found the hotel'...
  • Germany's fairy-tale dream town: Rothenburg

    Thirty years ago, I fell in love with the picturesque village of Rothenburg, in Germany's Franconian heartland. At that time, the town still fed a few farm animals within its medieval walls. Today its barns are hotels, its livestock are tourists and...