Tuesday, April 12, 2005

Dining inside (and around) the beltway

It's awfully hard getting a good meal in Baltimore (cue violins). But, thanks to Tyler Cowen, economist at George Mason University, proprietor of Marginal Revolution (the best economics blog for non-economists), and author of an annual Ethnic Dining Guide, we're only a short car ride to a reliable, delicious, and healthy meal.

On Saturday, Cindy and I made our way to Minerva, an Indian place in Dr. Cowen's backyard, located in a Fairfax strip mall in the shadow of GMU. The swanky, cavernous, and boisterous dining room was decorated with an oversized chandelier, and the food was delicious. The guide is worth printing out and consulting for your next trip south.

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