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John Piekarski | Sep 8, 200003:23 PM     4

Fellow 'Hounds,

As a person who uses the boards a lot for business trips and personal travel, can I ask that folks include the address -- especially the city name -- when recommending a place?

Right now, I'm looking for good places in Baltimore, but this board covers both Washington and Baltimore. Not being from the area, I have no idea if an interesting sounding restaurant is in Baltimore, Washington or somewhere in between unless the message includes this info. (Most threads do, but I have found a couple of places that sound good but the messages don't mention where the restaurant is.) Also, if the word Baltimore isn't in the post, the message won't come up during a search.

I know I've probably been as guilty as anyone, but this trip has taught me to include this info in the future.

Thanks,

John

PS -- Looking for a reasonable family place with good crabcakes near the Inner Harbor, wherever that is.

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