This all-you-can-eat buffet in Thurmont is great on weekends, with ham and roat beef, freshly carved, delicious macaroni and cheese, fried chicken, mashed potatoes, complete salad bar, breads, puddings, and numerous pies. When you arrive, someone seats you, then a waitress comes to take your drink order and ask if you are here for the buffet. If you are (which nearly everyone is), she tells you that you can go whenever you want. The salad bar is long; the pie selection is amazing. The bread area is tempting.
Archive for June, 2007
In 1808, a bridge was constructed over the Monocacy River near Frederick, Maryland for the National Road. It was known as the Jug Bridge because of the jug-shaped decorative sculpture at one end. When the bridge was replaced in the 1940s, the jug was preserved as a memorial to the historic old bridge.
Red Molly will perform as part of the Frederick Summer Concert Series on August 5, 2007 in Baker Park.
Here is a sample of the folk and bluegrass group’s work: