Monthly Archives: January 2013

Pitango Gelato: Sustainable and Spectacular

I never actually set out to find a healthy, sustainable source to feed my sweet tooth, so finding Pitango Gelato was a very happy coincidence. Located in the heart of Fells Point in Baltimore, this little shop makes high-quality gelato that tastes … Continue reading

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Bond Street Social: American Tapas

Even if you’re not an only child with hang-ups about sharing, you may find it challenging to share such delectable food at this tapas-style restaurant. Bond Street Social provides a party for your taste buds in the heart of Fells Point in … Continue reading

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Puccini Restaurant

We stayed for one night in Cumberland over the summer, and Puccini Restaurant was recommended to us by the innkeeper at The Bruce House Inn. It proved to have a delicious menu served by friendly staff, and aside from the … Continue reading

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Cumberland: Modern Haven Meets Quaint Town

I’m sure many of you are reading the title and thinking, “Cumber-where?”… It’s definitely a small town more or less in the middle of nowhere, but it’s a great respite when you’ve been living with family for too long while … Continue reading

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Great Eats on the East Coast

As part of my series on Great Getaways on the East Coast, I plan to add some brief reviews of notable restaurants I’ve found along the way. Since one of the challenges of traveling is finding good places to eat (and you … Continue reading

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Dobbin House Tavern

If you want an old-timey dining experience without too much kitsch, this Gettysburg restaurant may be a good choice for you. The Dobbin House Tavern featured delicious gourmet food, excellent service, and a great candlelit atmosphere. It was bustling with … Continue reading

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Gettysburg: Not Just for Field Trips

If it hadn’t been for a dinner with friends (and admittedly a couple of margaritas), I probably never would have considered visiting Gettysburg, PA. I initially thought that was a town best left to war buffs and school field trips, … Continue reading

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