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Mid-Atlantic

You can use this tag to discuss food in Virginia, West Virginia, Delaware, and Maryland. We also have tags for each of the individual states, as well as many of the cities within them, which you can browse here.

This President’s Day, Raise a Glass from The Original Presidential Winery: Jefferson Vineyards

Many Americans blessed (or afflicted) with wine obsession can summarize the cause of their wine fever in one simple phrase: time spent in France. OG Founding Father Thomas Jefferson was no exception...

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Chocolate eclairs

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by Jay 19 years ago

A serious question. Do you know if Rich's still makes Chocolate eclairs. They were good. I used to find them in the frozen food section of the grocery stores. Thanks

rest stop query

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by becky 19 years ago

I'm doing that culinary nightmare of a drive between nyc and dc. Any ideas for nearby/quick/cheap stops along the way? I'm hoping for an alternative to Big Boys/Roys/TCBY; Cracker Barrel is only w...

NJ restaurants on\near Rte 17

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by Lonnie 19 years ago

Hi, My familiarity with restaurants in NJ on Route 17 between Route 4 and Upper Saddle River is limited to driving by in the car. Can anyone recommend one or several for Christmas Day? My siste...

wilmington, del.

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by bpearson 19 years ago

We will be staying at the Hotel duPont, and wonder which of their two restaurants to choose. We will be there just one night, late December. Comments as to atmosphere and cuisine appreciated. Th...

Need a Bergen County Restaurant

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by Nizza 19 years ago

We're meeting friends next week who are from the New City area and we are from the Wayne area. We have previously met for dinner in the Paramus, Montvale and Westwood areas. I need a recommendat...

Virginia Beach Mexican

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by LisaMay 19 years ago

Hi. Was just making a 10 day round-trip from Boston to Charleston with a friend of mine and found 3 great places. The first was in Virginia Beach on 22nd street near the ocean. We were looking f...

good AND cheap Myrtle Beach seafood?

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by Chris Smith 19 years ago

Hi, I'll be in M.B. this weekend- looking for recommendations on places that might NOT be included in other reviewer's lists. Particularly the seafood shack-type joints. Softshell crab sammitche...

NJ restaurants: Better than ever?

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by David Corcoran 19 years ago

I'm a restaurant reviewer for the NY Times New Jersey section. I've been asked to write an article for the annual "Best of New Jersey" section in November. The premise -- subject to challenge...

Guy's Seaford & Grill, Red Bank, NJ

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by Jackie 19 years ago

Do you know what happened to this restaurant?? It was a very small store front restaurant adjacent to their bar on Monmouth Street, but the food was excellent and the blue cheese dressing one of a...

Do you know this Newark restaurant?

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by berkleybabe 19 years ago

In the interest of family history, I'm trying to find information on a Newark restaurant once owned by my grandfather Franz Gibiser --called DiGianni's (sp??)D'Johnnies? It closed during the depres...

Knapp Winery - Lake Cayuga (between Ithaca and Seneca Falls)

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by Zephyr 19 years ago

Had a wonderful lunch at the Knapp Winery on Rt. 89 alongside Lake Cayuga (an absolutely spectacular drive at leaf season!). We had a perfectly prepared burger and a pasta with salmon. The food w...

Richmond VA for wine ...

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by Chris 19 years ago

Will be in Richmond Saturday the 7th of October. Want to eat where there is a strong,classical, wine list. By classical I mean, Burgundy, Barolo, Bordeaux. Any suggestions?

Eats in Syracuse, Cortland and Cazenovia "triangle"

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by Kristene Richardson 19 years ago

Greetings, Ok, so it may not exactly be a triangle. Me, my husband and motherinlaw will be visiting this area the end of October doing some family tree research. We are making our base in Caze...

Trenton Italian

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by Bilmo 19 years ago

Cesare's Cafe: Pretty typical, comfy, very inexpensive Burg Italian with a very limited menu. Not much finesse, and many dishes are ordinary at best. But, they have something called House Rigaton...

Richmond, Virginia's Joe's Inn

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by Michael Powers 19 years ago

The best place to eat in Richmond, Virginia is a neighborhood joint called Joe's Inn. It's located in the Fan District on Shields Avenue off the 2100 block of Grove Avenue. People from all over t...

PLEASE HELP! Cubans, Dominicans Puerto Ricans!

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by El_Fin 19 years ago

Norfolk and the Virginia Beach area is hurting for some real rice and beans! You know the grub. Yeah sure there's Mexicans here! There everywhere but its just not the same! I want GOYA! AND a stea...

Bordentown New Jersey

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by Bilmo 19 years ago

Mastoris Diner may be the largest, and busiest, diner on earth. Not bad, not much notable. Except for: Wonderful, luscious corn pudding! It's one of the vegetable choices of the day, and seems...

Marita's in New Brunswick: Pretty Bad

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by John Tracey 19 years ago

Went to Marita's in New Brunswick last night, based partly on the recommendation of a post I read here. I'm not sure if it's always like this, but I doubt we'll go back. The salsa had the texture...

Italian-American Fest In Mercer County Park

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by Bilmo 19 years ago

Some good food at this fest, it's first year. Took place this past weekend. I think it's meant to replace the Festival Of Lights in the Burg of Trenton, which is rapidly losing it's Italian ident...

Bayhead, NJ and vicinity

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by ross 19 years ago

Can someone recommend anything in this area? Group of 5 married but free-for-the-weekend 40ish sophisticated women from NYC going for some r-n-r.

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