Category Archives: Restaurants

How much of your holiday shopping is done online?

I remember my mother waking me up on a chilly Saturday morning with instructions to get dressed quickly and be ready to leave in a matter of minutes. I couldn’t have been more than 10 years old at the time. … Continue reading

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Would you eat at a restaurant that failed its health inspection?

Last week, a food sanitarian temporarily closed the Glen Grille, a restaurant at Regents’ Glen Country Club in Spring Garden Township. The state cleared the restaurant to open the next day after an exterminator treated the eatery. Like any other … Continue reading

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Rough winter makes way for healthy summer in crab populations

Crab populations in the Chesapeake Bay seem to be healthy, according to the latest report.

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What’s to love about the bar at the Yorktowne Hotel?

So, the Yorktowne can’t sell alcohol. Some of my friends have asked the question: “So what?” People in their 20s, I think, tend to gloss over the OffCenter Grill when contemplating where to go out on the weekends. It’s not … Continue reading

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Tax Day freebies and sales

It’s become very popular in recent years for marketers to use Tax Day as a promotional giveaway frenzy. What promotions have you seen lately?

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Restaurants crack down on Instagrammers

We all love to play with our food. Grandma told us not to, but even as adults we can’t help it. Playing used to involve building mountains and moat with our mashed potatoes and gravy, but now it means taking … Continue reading

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Lafayette Club offers chance to buy into York County history

. In the past, one of the few ways to gain entry into the former Lafayette Club in York was either as a guest attending a catered function or by becoming a member of the exclusive social and networking club … Continue reading

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What’s your favorite restaurant birthday freebie?

My birthday is April 10. I can’t wait. It’s a week away, and you know what that means. Today is the day all my birthday freebies arrived in my email. A while back, I signed up for everything. Some of … Continue reading

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Would your kitchen pass a state health inspection?

About six years ago, the former York City health inspector and myself visited the homes of two residents who volunteered to have their kitchen’s inspected. For the most part, their kitchen’s were clean, save for the dog who made his … Continue reading

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Sharmini’s Kitchen featured at YorKitchen

The Passport to Flavors Series launched on Saturday at YorKitchen in Central Market with a three-course meal by Sharmini Goins of York. Goins owns Sharmini’s Kitchen, a Malaysian and Southeast Asian catering company.

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