Tuesday, February 27, 2024

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Maryland Crab Cake (and Brewery) Tour Day 26: Rocksalt hospitality in Westminster and cold beer at Farmacy

The 26th day of the Maryland Crab Cake Tour presented by The Maryland Lottery, Goodwill, Window Nation and the Restaurant Association of Maryland led us to Westminster and the vaunted 'cake of Rocksalt Grille and a beer on the farm at Farmacy Brewing in Reisterstown.

Lee Nardyz and Marshall Weston join Nestor at Rocksalt Grille to compare crab cake notes

Lee Nardyz and Marshall Weston join Nestor at Rocksalt Grille to compare crab cake notes

Finally finding that tasty Carroll County ‘cake and Maryland menu at Rocksalt in Westminster

Lee Nardyz and Marshall Weston join Nestor at Rocksalt Grille to compare crab cake notes

Taking a time out in Westminster at Rocksalt to find Maryland cuisine

Lee Nardyz and Chef Aaron of Rocksalt Grille serve Nestor the good Maryland stuff in Westminster

Why Restaurant Week in Maryland matters and how to dig in on the deliciousness

Marshall Weston of RAM tells Nestor that every restaurant can freely participate in Restaurant Week

Crystal Micriotti and Kathy Gambrill discuss beauty and vibrancy on the streets of Reisterstown

Crystal Micriotti and Kathy Gambrill discuss beauty and vibrancy on the streets of Reisterstown

Lifting Main Street Reisterstown one business at a time

Crystal Micriotti and Kathy Gambrill discuss beauty and vibrancy on the streets of Reisterstown

Luke Jones and Nestor assess work of Elias after Orioles deal Mancini and Lopez to start August

Luke Jones and Nestor assess work of Elias after Orioles deal Mancini and Lopez to start August

Reflecting on trade deadline and where upstart Orioles go from here

Luke Jones and Nestor assess work of Elias after Orioles deal Mancini and Lopez to start August

Luke Jones and Nestor discuss first days of Ravens camp and Orioles at trading deadline

Luke Jones and Nestor discuss first days of Ravens camp and Orioles at trading deadline
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