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Largest wine store in the area

Have you tried Perfect Pour in Elkridge? Though not huge, they have a wide-ranging selection and a knowledgeable, enthusiastic staff. Great source for craft beers as well.
http://www.perfectpourcolumbia.com/in...

Steak Frites -- DC

Hey! Quiet about Cafe de Paris! We can't have everybody going there. SHHHHH!

Prince Georges County?

A trusted foodie friend of mine recommended Red Sky Steakhouse on Rte. 1 in Laurel.
http://www.redskylaurel.com

Help! Where to Feed Dull Suburbanites?

Some years ago, we had took some friends from California to Zabar's, let them wander around and make a few selections, and then we took our purchases a few blocks to Central Park and had a picnic. They had a great time; it turned out to be the highlight of the trip.

You may also want to find out what sort of free entertainment is happening this weekend. We used to enjoy finding a good deli or market somewhere near an event, and then dining al fresco while enjoying some free jazz or something.

Oh, and the churrascaria idea is a sure hit. Also Shake Shack, Blue Smoke, Virgil's, or any good pizza joint.

Aug 30, 2007
jazzness in Manhattan

Italian markets (& mozzarella)

Sweet! Ceriello's website said to check back for info on their "hand-made mozzarella." It'll be worth the trip just to ask. I've never been to Belvedere Square before, it looks like a pretty fun place.

Italian markets (& mozzarella)

Thanks! I'll check it out.

Italian markets (& mozzarella)

Can anyone recommend an Italian market in Baltimore, Annapolis or points in between? (I've been to Italian Market in Gambrills.) More specifically, is there a place that makes their own mozzarella on the premises?

Thanks!

The Inn at Little Washington, yes it is still all that and even more

The food is excellent, and the service is superb.

The Inn at Little Washington, yes it is still all that and even more

My wife and I went to Antrim 1844 for our 10th anniversary and had a glorious time. Their wine list is actually a wine book -- something like 1300 selections. I'd highly recommend it.
http://www.antrim1844.com