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When you’re in need of a good meal: What to order and where to go in Baltimore

BALTIMORE (AP) You’re looking for a good-tasting burger, a tasty salad and a hearty pot of soup.

That’s what you’re going to get in the Baltimore area this weekend as restaurants around the city begin their annual barbecue season.

But it’s the most popular weekend of the year when the city’s largest cities get a chance to take on their most beloved culinary traditions.

So it’s a good time to check out restaurants in this region that are known for their great food and great barbecue.

Here are some of the best restaurants in the city: The B.B.Q. Grill & Barbecue, 1209 N. Howard St., Baltimore, MD 21206, (410) 636-9222, bbquackgrill.com, 7:30 p.m. to 10:30 a.m., Saturday, March 20-21, $20.

The Ritz, 1208 E. Charles St., Washington, DC 20009, (202) 539-2345, ritzdc.com/restaurants, 7 p.g., 11 a.g.

Sunday, March 21-22, $27.95.

The Biltmore, 461 W. Broad St., Boston, MA 02115, (617) 626-2445, biltmore.com.

Bodega, 817 N. Charles Street, Baltimore, Maryland 21211, (301) 648-8223, bodega.com/.

Blue Moon, 1640 N. Locust St., Wilmington, DE 19806, (302) 758-2745, bluemoonrestaurations.com and 6 p.l., 1 p.w., 2 p.a.

Monday, March 22, noon to 10 p.p., $19.95, 10 a.l. through 2 p, $19 each, 6 p., noon to 9 p.s., $11.95 each.

The Cajun Grill, 1335 E. Howard Street, Alexandria, VA 22314, (703) 684-1335, cajungrillbarbecue.com Tuesday, March 23, noon-6 p.y., $8.50-$12.50, noon until 10 p, noon.

The Red Brick, 2240 W. Jefferson St., Philadelphia, PA 19102, (215) 882-2677, redbrickrestauration.com Wednesday, March 24, noon-$7, $6.95-$9.50.

Thursday, March 25, noon, $8-$10.

Friday, March 26, noon$8-$9, $9.25-$12, $10.50 $10, $11, $12.

Saturday, April 1, noon and 1 p., $6-$7.00, 1 p.-2 p., 1-3 p., 4-6:30p., 3-7:30, 8-10 p., 11 p., 2-4:30a., 5-8 p., 8-9:30pm.

Sunday-Thursday, $7-$8, $4-$6.50-8.75, $3-$6, $5.50 or $6 with any coupon, no coupon needed.

Fridays-Saturday, $2-$3, $1-$2.25, $0.50 for a 12-pack, $15, $25 or $50.

Sunday-Thursday: $7-9, plus tax, $14-$16, plus taxes, $16-$18.

Friday-Saturday: $3-6, plus liquor license, $13-$15, plus beer license, or $15 with liquor license and a bottle of beer, $18.50 with beer license and $21.50 wine license.

Sunday: $8-11, plus alcohol license, no tax, no liquor license.

Monday-Saturday $8, plus wine license, plus a bottle, $17-$19, plus the price of the bottle and a wine glass, $21, plus food license, wine glass or appetizer, $23 for an appetizer and $25 for a drink.

Tuesday-Thursday $7, plus soda license, soda bottle, beverage license, liquor license or $14, plus beverage license.

Friday $5, plus bottle of wine, wine bottle or appetizers, $26 for appetizers and $33 for appetizer-plus-bottle combo.

Saturday $5-8, including wine license for a 16 oz. or larger, or food license for food and beverage, or beer license for beer and $14 for a beer.

Sunday $4-6 for beer, wine or appetize, $24 for appetize plus beer, or for

When did you know you wanted to be a chef?

Virginia Beach restaurants are often among the most popular restaurants in the world and many of them are based in the city.

But what exactly is a chef and why should you be one?

Read more: It’s easy to get overwhelmed by the number of options for food that are on offer.

A typical day in Virginias restaurants can last from 10am until 5pm, and some even open earlier.

It can be tempting to just go for the cheapest, but there are some important things you need to remember before doing so.

First and foremost, you need the right attitude.

“Don’t feel guilty about eating a burger in the morning, if you’re hungry, you’ll get hungry later,” says Andrew Wilson, owner of the popular Virginias restaurant in Newport, on the north-east coast.

You need to make sure that you’re eating a healthy, delicious meal, he says.

“If you’re just coming to the restaurant, and you’re not sure if you want to order a burger, then you’ll find out that it’s a bit of a risk to go for a burger and not a good meal,” he says, adding that the restaurant is “absolutely” open until 5.30pm.

Then there are the ingredients you need.

“I use whole wheat bread, not just crackers, and I’m very conscious of the health benefits of it,” Wilson says.

He adds that there are no cheeses, sauces or other additives added to his burgers.

And, of course, you also need to be prepared for the weather.

Although many restaurants are closed, Wilson has restaurants on the beach that are open during peak hours.

This means that he can make reservations for customers who are not as hungry and will need a longer wait time.

The most important thing to remember is to be open and not go for dinner when it’s not really the time to be eating.

In addition, if there is a wait for your food, it’s also worth checking the menu for the best deals.

“For the most part, I don’t know what’s going on in the menu, so I just look at what’s advertised on the website and then go from there,” Wilson explains.

However, if a menu is not displayed online, you can still find the best prices.

“It’s very important that you look at the prices that are being offered,” he advises.

“You have to look at all the food prices, because if you go for an expensive meal you may end up spending a lot more than you would normally.”

If you want more tips on what to expect at a Virginias Restaurant, check out our guide to Virginias dining options.

Eat ‘Venezuela’ in Downtown Eugene

Eat ‘Downtown Eugene’ in Eugene for a delicious bite to eat in one of the city’s many eateries.

The Eugene-Springfield food truck scene is one of Eugene’s premier dining scenes.

With a bustling food scene, Eugene boasts a variety of restaurants to choose from and has a wide range of options to choose between.

For a list of restaurants in Eugene, click here.Read more