Dining Guide - Page 30 - 100 Eats and Drinks (19)

Dining Guide
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100 Eats and Drinks (19)

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learn to Cook at sChola

 

Aspiring chefs or anyone looking to expand their repertoire of at-home cooking can check out the series of classes offered by chefs Amy von Lange and Jerry Pellegrino at Schola in Mount Vernon. Tops include the “art of making pasta” and traditional Sunday suppers. After preparing the dishes, students eat them together, family-style.

 

916 N. Charles St., Mount Vernon. 443-714-7516. scholacooks.com

 

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feast your eyes at paper moon diner

 

The huge portions are a draw, but it’s the quirky decor that steals the show at Paper Moon. Where but Baltimore would one find a diner whose front vestibule is lined with seemingly infinite PEZ dispensers? Whether it be the hundreds of dolls and other toy nostalgia that adorns the walls or the eclectic customers, there is plenty to enjoy at this Remington spot, reminiscent of Pee-wee’s Playhouse.

 

227 W. 29th St., Remington. 410-889-4444. papermoondiner24.com

 

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eat an old-sChool new york bagel at goldberg’s bagels

 

Stanley Drebin says he gets his dough from a New Jersey bagel maker who uses a recipe dating back to Polish immigrants from the early 1900s. “That’s what they told me,” Drebin said. True or not, he said: “It’s a very good bagel.” The kosher bakery in Baltimore County sells over 1 million bagels a year retail. Plain is the biggest seller, followed by everything bagels.

 

1500 Reisterstown Road #211, Pikesville. 410-415-7001. goldbergsbagels.net

 

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be amazed by korean barbeCue at shin Chon

 

When Andrew Zimmern, the host of the long-running Travel Channel show “Bizarre Foods,” came to Shin Chon Garden in 2012, he declared on Twitter that it “is one of top ten Korean BBQ experiences in America. A must for anyone who loves food. Major discovery.” Years later, the Ellicott City spot still draws huge crowds and long waits for tabletop barbecue.

 

8801 Baltimore National Pike, Ellicott City. 410-461-3280.