In the small town of Caledonia, New York -- not far west of Rochester -- I found a classic 50s style diner. With friendly service and fabulous home cooking, Reminisce offers a unique and memorable dining experience.
Situated in a 1950s era gas station in the farmlands of Scaggsville, Md, Pepperjacks Subs serves the best sandwiches and milk shakes around.
15 miles north west of Harrisburg, PA is a classic old-style hamburger drive-in restaurant: The Red Rabbit.
Just outside of Washington DC in the farmlands of Northern Maryland there are some great breweries. With scenic views in an historic setting, Lone Oak Farms Brewing Company is one of them.
A classic, 52 year old diner can be found in Washington DC's Capitol Hill, just a few blocks east of the Capitol Building.
Winning the lottery helped this favorite Greenbelt chef to return in his own restaurant, offering his signature Lebanese food.
Ben's Chili Bowl is the most iconic of all restaurants in Washington DC. If you have not been there, you have not eaten in DC. It has been a fixture on U Street since the 1950s.
Mandalay has been a favorite restaurant of mine for decades. What makes it unique is that it serves Burmese food. Having consistently high quality food, I go back to it again and again. Mandalay Restaurant is located in Silver Spring, Maryland.
This is the second article covering my recent visit to Puerto Rico. An island of breathtaking beauty in the Caribbean, Puerto Rico gives you a taste of Latin America while never leaving the united States. Most of our meals were home cooked by locals. Here are the highlights.
Puerto Rico is a beautiful island in the western Caribbean. As part of the United States, it is convenient and easy to get to and quite inexpensive as well. I recently spent some time there. With the assistance of some Puerto Rican friends, I found some great places to dine.