Most folks are doing roundups for the year. We segment time and decide to look back. Well rather than recycling content, because you can just as easily go through archives. I’ll take a little look at some restaurants from my home county, from which I moved this year. In case you ever happen to make a journey into Harford County.
Savona – An Italian deli. A nice addition to Main Street. Solid mozzarella and prosciutto. Could do well with a little balsalmic on it, but all in all some quality meats. I had my first chinotto here. They sell a lot of random Italian goodies as well as wine. The owner’s husband is a wine buyer for a big restaurant in Baltimore.
Thomas Street Cafe – A nice little sandwich shop. I love their Rachel, which is a turkey Reuben with coleslaw instead of sauerkraut. They also had great New England clam chowder. Also if you get a chance they have an amazing roast beef special with caramelized onions and cheddar. Ask for whole wheat. Check out their Goldenberg’s Chews.
Carried Away Gourmet – Opened by a chef from Johnson & Wales. Variety of great specials with a focus on salad, panini and soups. The best is in the late summer/early fall, they run a fantastic special on Maryland crab soup.
DeDannan’s Coffee and Tea – Serve a nice breve. Run by an Irish family. Black & white silent film screenings on Friday nights.
Some days you wonder why you leave =D.