Saturday, April 13, 2024

El Guapo

Serving gratitude and holiday peace of mind with our football

In an all-too-rare holiday sit down amongst friends, Bill Cole joins Nestor at State Fare in Catonsville to discuss all of of the football we've been watching and the season of holiday gratitude upon us to immerse and enjoy. Christmas is a time to say I love you!

Bill Cole joins Nestor at State Fare in Catonsville for a season of holiday gratitude

In an all-too-rare holiday sit down amongst friends, Bill Cole joins Nestor at State Fare in Catonsville to discuss all of of the football we've been watching and the season of holiday gratitude upon us to immerse and enjoy. Christmas is a time to say I love you!

Talking crab cakes, steaks and Colts memories with Don McCafferty at The Beaumont

Talking crab cakes, steaks and Colts memories with Don McCafferty at The Beaumont

Putting the local McCafferty championship love on the table at The Beaumont

When the Maryland Crab Cake Tour rolled back into The Beaumont in Catonsville, Nestor finally got the third member of the McCafferty family talking about his father's famous restaurant in Mount Washington and his grandfather's famous Super Bowl V title as the head coach of the Baltimore Colts. Talking crab cakes, steaks and eating local in The 'Ville.

Fine dining and easy comfort at The Beaumont in Catonsville

Evan Brown of State Fare and El Guapo joins Nestor to discuss the value of a night out with some live music in Catonsville and the thrill of catching a big fish off the coast of Ocean City.

Unmasking the politics and Crab Cake Tour in Catonsville

Unmasking the politics and Crab Cake Tour in Catonsville

Catonsville and telling the State Fare story over breakfast

Catonsville and telling the State Fare story over breakfast

Crab Cake Tour Stop 3: Experiencing the simplicity of State Fare family recipe

The finale of our first "live" Crab Cake Tour was all about the cake with Evan Brown in Catonsville.

Unmasking the politics and Crab Cake Tour in Catonsville

Our third Weis conversation from Crab Cake Tour Stop 3 dives into local politics and the future of rethinking suburbs like Catonsville with Eric Ebersole and Pat Young.

Catonsville and telling the State Fare story over breakfast

Our first chat of Crab Cake Tour Stop 3 leads us to Frederick Road and the amazing journey of Evan Brown from two "once in a lifetime" floods in Ellicott City at Portalli's to a friendly new home in the center of his hometown of Catonsville.
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