All posts tagged Caryn Coyle

Chicken Rico

The aroma of roasting chicken hits you before you reach the storefront of Chicken Rico at 3728 Eastern Avenue in Highlandtown. Inside, a big, welcoming room full of tables greets you. This is a one-of-a-kind place, you think. And you […]

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Double T Diner

“The double ‘t’s’ stand for double trouble,” jokes John Korologos, owner of the Double T Diner at 6300 Baltimore National Pike. “Well, actually it was named for Tom

Frazier’s on the Avenue

Frazier’s on the Avenue, located in the heart of Hampden at 919 West 36th Street, was once one of Baltimore’s best kept secrets. It operated in the basement

Peace and a Cup of Joe

“You can find peace in a cup of coffee,” said Themar Long, who named his coffee shop after a song he heard by Ledisi, the R&B singer and

Jerry’s Belvedere

Sitting by a stucco and wood paneled wall of Jerry’s Belvedere, 5928 York Road, I could hear a realtor at a nearby table introducing new residents on Rosebank

Honey Bee Diner

“On several occasions, Elvis has been sighted eating here,” said Jim Filipidis, co-owner with his twin brother, Nick, of the Honey Bee Diner, 7346 Ritchie Highway in Glen

Good Sports

Childhood favorites such as kickball and dodgeball are the rage, with teams cropping up all over town. Emphasizing on fun rather than athleticism, these sports are a good

Home Cooking at the Sip & Bite

If you are lucky enough to get Sofia Vasiliadesas as your waitress at the Sip and Bite, you will be enchanted. And if you listen and watch in

Broadway Diner

"It’s happy, fast-paced here. And no one can ever finish what they are served," says Alexis Kavourakis, who manages the Broadway Diner at 6501 Eastern Avenue, just off