- Crab Corner
"I’ve certainly tackled some crab in my past. Who doesn’t enjoy dining with more beer bottles than silverware? When I heard about the Crab Corner, I enlisted some misfits to help in the debauchery…lips tingling red from the seasoning, glistening with the buttery fat of piles and piles of steaming seafood, icy beers sweating onto the brown paper-topped table. Everything crab is good, from crab cakes to crab dip, steamed crab to fried crab sandwiches. Just bring lots of friends and order it all."
"When I think of the East Coast and want the best Maryland crab I can find, this is the spot to go. The hard-shell blue crabs are flown in daily. When I go, I am good for at least a dozen. Get ready to work for your meal; it's a lot of work, but for a lot of reward."
"Casa di Amore has a very laid back, old-school feel. Two gentlemen sing the standards of Frank Sinatra days. I love their pomodoro fresco, with chopped tomatoes, basil, mixed with garlic and olives; this dish is light even though it’s about a pound of pasta. They are open very late from 5pm to 5am, with an amazing staff, that have history to tell about the restaurant. I would recommend coming in before 10pm so you can enjoy the live music and a taste of what Las Vegas was."Chef Saipin Chutima
"Even with so many choices for authentic bánh mì sandwiches, I love Mr. Sandwich, the sister restaurant to Hue Thai, where they also get their homemade bread from. I go for #36 with charbroiled pork or #38 with charbroiled chicken and get mine loaded with pickled carrots, cilantro, cucumber, daikon and jalapeños (extra spicy for me). I also love a few squirts of the hoisin and hot sauce, making for a sweet, sour and spicy taste."Chef Catherine Pawelek
"Being from California, I believe nobody can ever go wrong with In-N-Out. It’s one of my after-work meals that returns all the memories you had of California, from the birth of my daughters to the first time I came from Thailand. I like my cheeseburger with both kinds of onions and extra tomatoes. "Chef Saipin Chutima