East Coast Trip

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Re:East Coast Trip 2012/12/21 14:40:14 (permalink)
Way to come out of the box strong!  Beautiful photos and excellent choices of where to eat.  I was also not impressed by Dinic's and Chap's Pit Beef.  Did not see any mention of Tony Luke's, which would have fit in right in with the rest of the sandwiches.
 
Thanks so much for taking the time for this report and I hope we see much more of your postings around here.
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Re:East Coast Trip 2012/12/21 15:03:32 (permalink)
Chap's wasn't as good on my second visit as it was on my first, a few years ago (pre-DD&Ds!). My only visit to Dinic's was also prior to their being named the top sandwich in America, and I liked what I had there, too.
 
Next time you are in Baltimore, you might want to give Pioneer Pit Beef a try. I can't say that this is my best picture, but should give you a decent enough idea....
 

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Re:East Coast Trip 2012/12/22 14:37:21 (permalink)
Great photos of iconic foods. Welcome to road food and really looking forward to more posts and photos.
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Re:East Coast Trip 2012/12/22 20:51:27 (permalink)
Outstanding report. Thanks for taking the time to do this!
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Michael Hoffman
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Re:East Coast Trip 2012/12/22 23:01:49 (permalink)
WOW!
 
Thanks for a really great report.
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Re:East Coast Trip 2012/12/22 23:18:21 (permalink)
luscious.
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Re:East Coast Trip 2012/12/23 02:02:19 (permalink)
TravelinMan-  That beef looks way better then what I got at Chaps.  Nice picture...food pictures make the world go round!
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Re:East Coast Trip 2012/12/23 09:39:48 (permalink)
Gotta chime in again to thank you and "second" your opinion that Camden Yards is truly a wonder.  It is HOK's masterpiece; setting the field well below street level was genius! 
 
I remember when it was being built wondering why the hell they were digging this huge hole.  When I first walked into the completed park I thought I had entered baseball Heaven!
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Re:East Coast Trip 2012/12/23 16:25:09 (permalink)
Holy bajole, what a trip.  Awesome!
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Re:East Coast Trip 2012/12/23 17:15:38 (permalink)
This is one helluva first post!!!!!!!  Beautiful pictures and great descriptions!
Welcome to Roadfood!
 
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Re:East Coast Trip 2013/04/04 15:03:37 (permalink)
Holy mackerel!!!  What a great report!  This came in during the time I was avoiding trip reports (I was dieting.), so I completely missed it.
 
That Shake Shack burger looks outrageous.  We have a $17 burger out here that I have a weakness for:  it's basically a Reuben sandwich on a burger, and it comes with great fries.  I don't do that often, but I 'd definitely try that burger you had.
 
What fun you had!  I'd love to see a Nats game.  And get Ben's Chili Bowl food.  Awesome.
 
Maybe I missed it, but how many days were you on this trip?
 
I'll attempt to convince you to try a few more baked items in the future, though... I can't help it.
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Re:East Coast Trip 2013/04/04 15:39:15 (permalink)
Great trip.with great food...pics were outstanding...thanx for the report.
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Re:East Coast Trip 2013/04/04 21:42:45 (permalink)
Love2bake- We were back there for about 2 weeks.  It was good food after good food.  The food trip of a lifetime.  I will sneak in some baked goods soon ;-).
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Re:East Coast Trip 2013/04/05 01:02:33 (permalink)
If you make it back to Staten Island...I live 2 miles from Denino's & Ralph's...with a big looooong list of baked goods for the area.
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