If you’re at a big entertainment arena around Washington, D.C., or Baltimore and order a sausage, hot dog or hamburger, chances are good you’ll be chowing down on a Hoffman’s.
The Black Widow has been outeaten.
There were some apprehensive looks on the audience’s faces as Chris Spear, executive chef at Carroll Lutheran Village, read off the star ingredients of the evening’s dinner: bologna, hot dogs, ground turkey and Apple Jacks cereal.
No matter how heavy your wallet, quality restaurants perfect for Easter dinner exist in and around Baltimore. Plenty of choices exist nearby that make dining out for the holiday much more enjoyable.
Another Baltimore staple closes its doors. Polock Johnny’s at the Lexington Market will serve its last customer Tuesday.