Hyattsville’s soon getting a new casual sports restaurant and bar! Miller’s Ale House is slated to open at the Mall at Prince George’s in Hyattsville this fall. The restaurant’s menu is full of steaks, chicken, burgers, salad, seafood and over 75 kinds of micro, macro (who knew?!), seasonal and domestic beers!
Searching for an easy, kid-friendly day trip destination from Route 1 and D.C. that combines your love of hiking and history with my love of craft beer? 😉 Then head to Maryland’s Historic Ellicott City for a leisurely hike along the #9 Trolley Trail, take the detour to the Benjamin Banneker Historical Park & Museum in Oella for some history about Mr. Banneker (astronomer, farmer, mathematician and a subject of Stevie Wonder’s song, “Black Man” 🎵); then jump back on the trail and back to Ellicott City for some food and craft beer at a local restaurant (like Manor Hill Tavern or Ellicott Mills Brewing Company). Great day out with (or without!) the kids and less than an hour from Route 1 / DC area. 👊
We’ve a new brewery in town and this one’s serving up something sweet! Hyattsville’s Maryland Meadworks opened its doors recently for a couple of soft openings, giving eager beavers like this lady here a chance to try some delish mead ahead of their forthcoming grand opening this October. Rumi, Ken & Jay of Maryland Meadworks […]
College Park food truck Fridays? That’s right! Downtown College Park will soon be jumpin’ this Friday with live music and food trucks aplenty! 📷 from City of College Park Instagram feed This Friday is the kick-off of Downtown College Park Food Truck Hub! According to the latest Municipal Scene, “While the spring semester is in […]
After attending a kiddo’s birthday party in Bowie this past weekend, I grew hungry and decided that no amount of last week’s leftover goldfish retrieved from the nearest car seat was going to be enough for me. A quick search on Google Maps listed Samosa Supreme as being the nearest restaurant to Silver Star Gymnastics. […]
Sometimes, you just want to enjoy a delicious cup of coffee while challenging your first born to a vicious game of Stratego, know what I mean? While we could do this at home, it’s more fun to do it at The Board and Brew in College Park because (1) their coffee way more delish than my attempts; (2) it gets us out of the house; and (3) their board game library is way more extensive than our piddling collection. Like, 500+ games more extensive!!!