Best family dining: The Dough Roller
Various locations, doughrollerrestaurants.com
With a menu of family favorites including pizzas, pancakes and hot dogs, Dough Roller is always a safe choice for the learning-to-read crowd and their weary parents. (And it doesn't hurt that grown-ups can order a beer, wine or cocktail.) The first Dough Roller opened in 1980, and now there are four locations, though only the South Division Street restaurant serves fried chicken and soft-shell crabs. The other three Dough Roller restaurants make up for it by opening for breakfast.
Runner-up: Phillips Seafood (Karl Merton Ferron, Baltimore Sun /May 4, 2014)
Motorists heading back to Baltimore on Monday from the Eastern Shore after the first long holiday weekend of the summer became snarled in traffic that mostly was stop and stop for most of the evening.
The Bay Bridge hotline reported that as of 11:30 p.m. Monday, there were no backups on the bridge or approaching it — an improvement over the eight-mile backup reported earlier.
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