Saturday, May 10, 2008

In Search of the Quintessential Baltimore Diner



This morning, Kenny Sheppard of Prolegomena fame and I continued our quest to find the quintessential Baltimore Diner. Kenny, his girlfriend Candace, and I (the picture was taken just after I detailed for Kenny and Candace what actually is in "Scrapple," a Delmarva breakfast delicacy) visited Frank's Diner near my house. So far we've visited

This morning we discussed
and the obvious nexi of these topics with the Baltimore Diners in general.

5 comments:

Rob Carlson said...

After eating at almost every diner on your list I have to say I rank Overlea Diner above all the others.

kns said...

My bad, it's called Two Sisters Grill. You can find a link on Citypaper's website.

Topics discussed to add: southern accents, ADD, voracious reading and appetites, Bible translations, board games...

Are you sure we shouldn't just podcast our breakfasts? I kid.

Stephen said...

Rob! Suggest some more diners!

Stephen said...

kenny,

thanks!!

I still can't find any links to "Two Sisters Grill."

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