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Dinner in Westminster, Md./Frederick, Md. area?

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Hopefulone Feb 7, 2007 09:18 AM

We are looking for a place to have a surprise birthday dinner(good food/moderate price) in The Westminster, or Frederick, Md. areas. About 15-20.00/person for a group of 8 people.

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    Shunick Feb 9, 2007 05:35 AM

    John Hagan’s Tavern
    c.1785
    Fine Food & Drinks
    5018 Old National Pike
    Braddock Heights, Maryland 21714
    Phone: 301-371-9189
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    Hours: Lunch: Tuesday–Sunday 11:30am-3pm
    Dinner: Tues-Thurs 5-9; Fri & Sat 4-10; Sun 4-9

     
     
     
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      tubman Feb 8, 2007 01:28 AM

      Another brewpub suggestion--Brewer's Alley in Frederick. The entrees would likely put this out of your price range, but if you stick to sandwiches, salads and the wood-fired pizzas, you'll be fine.

      http://www.brewers-alley.com

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        Warthog Feb 7, 2007 11:30 AM

        If you have any beer lovers, Johannson's (spelling may be wrong) in Westminster is a nice combination of brewpub and fairly creative restaurant. Frederick has a surprising number of good places.

        You might also post/search on the Baltimore/DC board to get more recs, particularly for Frederick, given that it has far more potentially viable choices than Westminster.

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          skipper Feb 7, 2007 10:20 AM

          Baugher's is the only place we've eaten in Westminster. Good down home cooking. Desserts are great. Makes its own ice cream. Has a farm stand. http://www.baughers.com/food.html

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            tubman Feb 8, 2007 01:23 AM

            We love Baugher's--certainly great chow and well within your price range, but it's more of a country diner than a restaurant I'd use for an "event." The environment is fairly loud (lots of families with little kids, especially on the weekends). Maybe that will work for your group, but if it's strictly adults who want to talk without a lot of distraction, you may want to look elsewhere.

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              skipper Feb 8, 2007 04:05 AM

              But if they could get seated in the back room, it would be ok.

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